Despite the intriguing name, Sorefinger might be the most boring trail in Arizona. It runs from Salome Road in the north to AT&T Frontage Road in the south through the vast, flat Harquahala Plain. It crosses Interstate 10 via a bridge close to the southern end, but there is no legal access to the highway. It also crosses the Central Arizona Project aqueduct, which delivers Colorado River water to central Arizona communities. The area is open range, so beware of cattle on the trail.
A handful of campsites courtesy of flat gravel playas scattered randomly along the sandy trail.
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