Reymert Mine

5/5 (5 reviews)
Florence, Arizona (Pinal County)
Last Updated: 04/05/2022
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Take a short out-and-back trip through time on this easy but historic trail. The town of Reymert was initially established around a post office that started operating in 1890. Reymert was named after its founder, James DeNoon Reymart, who also founded the adjacent milling and smelting town of DeNoon. Originally a silver mine, then later a silver-manganese mine, the town's occupants primarily worked at Reymert Mine until work there stopped in the 1950s. The remnants of the town were bulldozed in the late 1970s, leaving only a couple of processing kilns and several stacked stone foundations. The entire Florence OHV area offers numerous trails to explore that will challenge both man and vehicle. There are trails for every type of vehicle and experience level.

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5/5 (6 reviews)
This trail guide's difficulty was changed on 04/05/2022
Status: Open
Rated 5/5
Visited: 04/02/2022
Difficulty Accuracy: Harder

Fun trail but it's not all easy, there are a few technical spots that are definitely moderate. I feel the rating should be increased to 2-3, maybe even a solid 3. Will definitely be looking forward to running it again.
Status: Open
Visited: 01/02/2022

Ran Reymert today. Just as I remember it. Cool trail. Loved it. Smooth sailing.
Status: Open
Rated 5/5
Visited: 09/06/2021

Cool trail to run if you are on the hunt for some historic sites. Relatively easy trail, much of it runs in the wash. Will get some pinstripes on this one. Lots to see at the mine site. Saw a lot of cattle at the tank by the start of the trail then again midway in. One good hill climb between waypoint 3/4. Fun trail.
Trail Review: Reymert Mine - Todd Harkins
Trail Review: Reymert Mine - Todd Harkins
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Status: Open
Visited: 07/07/2021

Arizona National Forests and State Lands are back open for travel. There are still some very important fire restrictions in place. These restrictions can often change by specific areas.

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