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“Azure Mt - beautiful place for a picnic on top of the world!”
Review of Azure Mountain

Azure Mountain
Reviewed 14 October 2016

Azure Mt is a short but steep climb. It's in the middle of nowhere, albeit a pretty nowhere! We stayed at Deer Valley Trails - beautiful, clean, new spacious rooms, and the restaurant is right there too.

The trail is very easy to follow - it took us out of shape 60 yr olds an hour to summit. We spent an hour on top - it was that pretty! Follow the trail to the left of the fire tower to the boulder - good place to picnic. Took us 45 min to descend.

Great climb for when you don't have time for a high peak, but want to feel like you are on top of the world :)

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Reviewed 14 October 2013

This mountain is a great hike for a family looking for a relatively easy mountain with amazing views. The trail starts of at an incline, and at then becomes uphill with lots of rocks. There are level spots every so often to get your breath. There are some good views on the way up, but the top has 360 views, especially from the fire tower. If you're lucky, there will be an interpreter on the mountain to tell you all about the fire tower. There is a neat rock that looks like you could push it off the mountain, this is great for photo ops. Overall, this 2 mile round trip mountain is worth the drive and the hike. I hope you get a chance to do it!

2  Thank Paul R
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Reviewed 8 July 2013

I hiked this mountain with my family as a child, and 15 years later, I still love it! It's a great beginner hike if you're willing to take your time. It's about 2 miles round-trip, but almost completely uphill in rocks and mud. But, it's worth it all at the top, with a 360-degree view from atop the rocks and the newly restored fire tower! No bathrooms, except for the outhouse (NOT port-a-potty) if you're in serious need, at the parking area. There's a restaurant nearby if you'd prefer to go there. Bring water and snacks for the top, and a good camera!

2  Thank elc24
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