Today I did an assortment of trails in about a 5 mile loop. When I left it was a brisk 47 degrees, which goes quite nice with shorts and a t-shirt.
I started out going East on the Blevins Trail for about a half mile and then crossed over to the 1.5 mile Moon Rock Trail. This section was very visually appealing as it winds its way though a forest of Cholla cactus. The "Moon Rock" part of the name I'm guessing comes from a grouping of large round boulders near the half way point.
After meeting back up with the Blevins Trail it was a straight 1.5 miles to the Cat Peaks Trail. Looking way up I could make out people taking photos from the summit. I may try that myself at some point soon. Though the maps say that it's only 1/2 mile from that junction to the Pass Mountain Trail junction, it seemed longer. What I didn't realize is at that point, you leave the Regional Park System and enter the Tonto National Forest. The Pass Mountain Trail had a lot more hills and considerable debris which made it a little more challenging but nothing I couldn't handle by slowing down and watching my steps carefully.
In all, I did 5 miles in just over 2 1/2 hours.