Since Cat Peaks is a point-to-point trail, There are several ways to get to the Cat Peaks trail. This route starts at the west Blevins trail head and follows Blevins to Meridian and then accesses the Cat Peaks trail from the east side of Usery Mountain Park.
The Crismon Wash Trail is 1.8 mile trail that is accessible from the south at the Crismon road trailhead. It is also accessible from the Blevins train to the north. There are several trails that can be used to make a nice loop hike. Use caution as this trail is a wash.
Moon Rock Loop makes a 5.3 mile loop, when combined with the Blevins Trail, which serves as its main access trail. It is located in Usery Mountain Park near Mesa, Arizona and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for mountain biking and is accessible year-round.
The Ruidoso trail allows access to southern part of Usery Mountain Regional Park from a small trailhead on the west side of Meridian road in Mesa. This trail ends at the Spillway trail. At this point return for a 2.6 mile hike or hike further into the park.
The Spillway Trail is 1.2 mile out and back trail for a total 2.4 miles. At the trailhead stay to the right. It connects with several trails that will take you to the western part of Usery Mountain Park. At the northern most point, it connects near the Cat Peaks trail.
Wind Cave Trail is a 3.2 mile out and back trail located near Mesa, Arizona that features a cave and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking & trail running and is accessible from October until April. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.