Summit Mountain Trail #68

Kaibab National Forest
Located 8.6 miles from Williams, Arizona (AZ)
4 Stars
2,455 Steps 1  (1.1 mi)
Summit Mountain Trail

Elevation

The Summit Mountain Trail has a maximum elevation of 7,750 ft (2,362 m), a minimum elevation of 7,141 ft (2,177 m), and an elevation range of 609 ft (186 m).

Metrics

[ A to B ] or [ B to A ]
Steps 1Length 2Min Ele 3Max Ele 4
2,4551.1 mi7,141 ft7,750 ft
[ A to B ]
Time 5Floors 6Gain 7Loss 8
42 min50.1601 ft0 ft
[ B to A ]
TimeFloorsGainLoss
26 min0.00 ft601 ft

What is the length of the Summit Mountain Trail?

The length of the trail is 1.1 mi (1.8 km) or 2,455 steps.

How long does it take to hike the Summit Mountain Trail?

A person in good physical health can hike the trail in 42 min in the [ A to B ] direction, and in 26 min in the [ B to A ] direction.

Calories

The following chart shows the total calories that you may expend on the trail while hiking in the [ A to B ] and [ B to A ] direction at a typical speed and is based on gross weight (which includes anything carried), the topography, trail length and trail conditions.

Topo Maps

Download the free Summit Mountain Trail topo map and the adjoining quads to plan your hike. These are full-sheet, 7.5 Minute (1:24,000 scale) Kaibab National Forest topographic maps. Do you want full-sheet outdoor recreation JPEG Topo Maps?

Adjoining 7.5' Quadrangle Legend

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  1. Northwest Topo Map: Hearst Mountain, AZ
  2. North Topo Map: Williams North, AZ
  3. Northeast Topo Map: Sitgreaves Mountain, AZ
  4. West Topo Map: McLellan Reservoir, AZ
  5. Topo Map: Williams South, AZ
  6. East Topo Map: Davenport Hill, AZ
  7. Southwest Topo Map: Matterhorn, AZ
  8. South Topo Map: May Tank Pocket, AZ
  9. Southeast Topo Map: White Horse Lake, AZ

Is there a Summit Mountain trail map?

Yes, and it's free! The Summit Mountain Trail is located on the Williams South topo map. Use the adjoining quadrangle legend to download the map.

Discussion

Footnotes

  1. Steps is a unit of distance equal to the sum of stride lengths that vary with the terrain.
  2. Length is the distance of the trail between the two trailheads, measured on the trail.
  3. Min Ele is the minimum elevation on the trail.
  4. Max Ele is the maximum elevation on the trail.
  5. Time is the typical total time required to hike the trail.
  6. Floors is the gain divided by twelve, the height of one floor.
  7. Gain (cumulative elevation gain) is the sum of every gain in elevation.
  8. Loss (cumulative elevation loss) is the sum of every loss in elevation.