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About Bill Schneider. Bill Schneider.
1. Cottonwood Lake Trail, Crazy Mountains
Bill Schneider writes books and articles on outdoor recreation, wildlife management and environmental issues. Along the length of the flowline and penstock pipes, a narrow gauge railway was constructed for workers to ascend and descend the very steep 1, feet in a railcar. In , the lake was enlarged with the construction of a concrete arch dam.
The powerhouse at the base of the mountain contains two turbines, which produce enough electricity to power 7, homes . The trailhead for Mystic Lake is located at the end of West Rosebud road and consists of a small parking area, an outhouse and some informational signs. The hike to Mystic Lake is moderately difficult, depending on your fitness level. Dogs are allowed but must be kept on a leash.
This hike is popular, so there are usually quite a few people around. The advantage of this is that it tends to keep bears away.
From the parking lot, the trail passes through the grounds of the Mystic Lake powerhouse, where there are some houses and other buildings and a couple signs describing the history of the project. The trail crosses a bridge over the penstock and railway and heads up the south side of the valley opposite of the pipe. There is a second bridge over West Rosebud Creek.
The trail starts out relatively flat and smooth in the forested valley but later becomes very rocky when it emerges into a big open boulder field. Here there are a series of switchbacks before the trail reaches its highest point where the beautiful Mystic Lake makes a stunning appearance below. Dan Nelson. The Creaky Knees Guide Arizona.
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