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Packard Trail #66

Packard Trail #66

Packard Trail #66 serves mainly as access to other Sycamore Canyon Wilderness trails. The trail climbs immediately from Sycamore Creek to Packard Mesa to an elevation of about 4,800 feet. This is the only moderately difficult portion of the trail. Then the trail stays on the mesa to where it intersects Sycamore Basin Trail #63. Riders continuing north on Trail #63 will find water for horses at Sycamore Tank, just 0.5 miles north of the trail junction. The Sycamore Canyon Wilderness trailhead for Trail #63 lies another 0.5 miles north of the tank.

This trail lies within the Sycamore Canyon Wilderness. Motor vehicles and the use of any mechanized equipment, including bicycles, are prohibited. Wilderness is an important resource and national heritage—please, leave no trace. Summer travelers should prepare for extremely hot, dry conditions.

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