Peralta Trail (Trail 104)
This trail is one of the busiest trails in Arizona in the fall, winter, and spring months. Where we stop to do yoga is about 3 miles hiking up a canyon.
Elevation: between 2,400 - 3,760 feet. At 2.5 miles you will reach, what is known as the Fremont Saddle. There to the north you will see an amazing view of Weevers Needle, the remains of an ancient lava flow, which now resembles a monolith like Devils Head in Wyoming. Further north you see Four Peaks, and Battleship Mountain. We will practice yoga in a secluded area most people never see unless you happen to hike the wilderness for 35 years like AZHY founder Reed Rahn has.
Driving to the trail will take you back in time on a dirt road. It's best to always drive slower. Your AHY Guide will meet you at the trailhead. Total time 4 to 4.5 hours depending on how many times you stop to take photographs.
As usual your guide will meet you at the trail head wearing a backpack with yoga mats attached and holding an ASU Umbrella.
- 1 Person = $200
- 2 People = $225
- 3 People = $250
- 4 People = $275
- 5 People = $300
- 6 People = $325
- $25 for Each Additional Person
- Parking Cost: Free
- Difficulty: Moderate - (Should Be For Some One That Exercises Often)
- Hike Duration: 240 to 300 minutes
- Directions: Directions: From highway 60 you will turn north on Peralta Rd After going through a housing development for about a ½ mile the road turns into dirt, follow the signs to trail head. It is about 6.5 mile you will drive on forest road 77.