Picacho Pipe Trail

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Picacho Pipe Trail begins as a turn-off from East Park Link Drive. The trail follows the El Paso Gas Company gas line across Arizona State Trust Land. The terrain is flat and primarily a sandy/dirt mix. There is an occasional wash crossing that would require higher clearance. There are also several washed-out areas to navigate as you progress. This area is prone to flooding during storms, so use caution. On a map, it appears you can take this trail all the way to State Route 79. While the trail does continue that entire length, once you hit the border onto BLM land, there is a gate and a no-trespassing sign. There were several established camp spots along this trail with multiple flat, open areas that can accommodate several vehicles. This runs through Arizona State Trust Land and requires a permit. You may encounter cattle in this area as it is leased grazing land.