Part of the Prescott Circle Trail, Javelina Trail #33
rises and falls over the hilly terrain of Arizonas central highlands. Exposed slopes of chaparral and pinyon-juniper woodland are interspersed with shady groves of ponderosa pine where a variety of bird calls can be heard ringing out from among the trees. There are nice views of both Thumb Butte and Granite Mountain, Prescott's most prominent landmarks. This trail is notable because it provides a route between these two features.
This is a very diverse trail as well. Portions follow the railroad bed which is quite mellow, while other sections are rougher singletrack. Some rocks, rugged sections, and short climbs await on the northern side of Iron Springs Rd.