ElevationAscent: 616' 188 m
Descent: 0' 0 m
High: 3,501' 1,067 m
Low: 2,885' 879 m
GradeAvg Grade: 10% (6°)
Max Grade: 27% (15°)
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“Another trail that will take you to the summit of Roxy Ann Peak.”— Bruce Hope
The park is open all year but can be hot in the summer months—plan your hike then for early morning or evening. There is also a LOT of poison oak (and some ticks) here and staying on the trails is the best way to avoid or minimize contact with these. If you let your dog off-leash, be prepared for a wash and tick check after your hike.
Once on the ridge, the trail climbs along an ascending traverse and three switchbacks. This trail is somewhat rocky and can be wet and muddy in the spring or after a rain. It's also exposed to the sun and can be quite hot in the summer (Tower Road and the Ponderosa Trail are shadier alternatives in the hot months).
The Manzanita ends at Tower Road near junctions with the Ponderosa Trail and the Rock & Roll Trail. From here, follow Tower Road up to the summit viewpoint or down to the Loop Road.
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Land Manager: City of Medford - Parks, Recreation and Facilities