Shuttle service will resume on Saturday, November 17 at 7 a.m. and be available Fridays-Sundays from the corner of Hwy 89 and Shrine Drive to the park. There is a requested $5 donation.
Granite Mountain Hotshots Memorial State Park offers a free shuttle service to the park. Proceed north of the park on Highway 89 to Yarnell, and park along Shrine Drive. Shuttles will run Fridays-Sundays from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., with last pick up at 4 p.m. There is a requested $5 donation.
Shuttle service is restarting on Saturday, November 17, 2018 at 7 a.m. Shuttle will run Fridays-Sundays.
Practice safe hiking!
The park contains two hiking trails, the 2.85-mile Hotshots Trail from the parking lot to the Observation Deck, and the Journey Trail, a .75-mile trail down to the Fatality Site. Entrance and exit from the park can only be done at the Hotshots parking lot, you must hike 7-miles round trip to return.
The trail can be challenging, taking up-to five-hours to complete, please prepare accordingly:
- Bring two-four liters of water (per person)
- Wear appropriate hiking shoes/boots
- Bring along food/snacks
- Wear a hat/sunscreen - there is no shade until you reach the Observation Deck
- Don't hike after sunset, plan your return time to avoid hiking in the dark
You may leave behind momentos of your hike at the Tribute Wall, located at the end of the Hotshots Trail. Please do not leave objects in the gabion baskets at the Fatality Site.