Glassford Hill Trail

Dated: 08/01/2017

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The Glassford Hill Trail may seem easy when tackling it by foot, but it's a completely different experience when peddling your way to the top. 

A BIG DIFFERENCE. 

This didn't stop my husband from demanding we spend the afternoon riding from Watson Lake to the Glassford Hill Trail-head in Prescott Valley...and making the slow, agonizing climb to the top. Was it worth it? 

ABSOLUTELY! 

Did we finish our ride with a beer and grilled pork chops? 

HELL YES. 

Here are the details about the trail.

Distance: 4.4 miles (round trip) 

Elevation Gain: 946 ft. 

Difficulty: Beginner (hike), Intermediate (bike) 

You can find a great write-up about the trail here: 

Glassford Hill Trail

My husband and I took the long route from Watson Lake to Willow Lake along the Peavine Trail and it was absolutely beautiful. I recommend this trip for a long afternoon adventure. 

Sarah Freeman 

Realtor 

BloomTree Realty Prescott 

The Good Life Team 

(928) 925-4072 

[email protected]

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Sarah Freeman

My husband and I instantly fell in love with the charming town of Prescott when we moved here with our daughter several years ago. There is an endless supply of outdoor activities – hiking, biking, ....

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