Coconino National Forest


A view of the Red Rocks of Sedona
The Red Rocks of Sedona are in Coconino National Forest
A view in Oak Creek Canyon, Coconino National Forest

The 1,856,038 acres of Coconino National Forest are divided (sort of) into 4 distinct districts: Peaks, Mogollon Rim, Mormon Lake and Red Rocks.

The Peaks District is that area mostly north of Flagstaff: the Volcanic Highlands-Kachina Peaks area. The San Francisco Volcanic Field and the highest point in Arizona are here.

The Mormon Lake District spans from the southern reaches of the Peaks District south to where Upper and Lower Mary Lakes meet, still on the Mogollon Plateau and north of the Rim. Mormon Lake is the largest natural lake in Arizona and this area is where most of the wild elk in the state hang out.

The Mogollon Rim District is that area where the Colorado Plateau drops up to 2,000' down into the Desert Canyon Country of central Arizona. This is an area of rugged countryside and huge views, where the vegetation makes the change from evergreen forests to cactus and ocotillo.

The Red Rock District is the southwestern part of Coconino National Forest, that area in central Arizona below the Mogollon Rim around Sedona and Oak Creek. This area is classed as a "high impact recreational area" and the Forest Service has instituted a "pass" program for users of this area. It is permissible for folks to stop and stretch or take a couple of photos, but if you stop in any one place for more than 15 minutes save yourself the problem: pay the $5 fee for the daily pass (longer term passes are available, too).

Coconino National Forest

Coconino National Forest contains some of the most varied and sought-after countryside in Arizona: from the highest point to some of the lowest points. The vegetation varies from high alpine tundra through aspen and spruce to Ponderosa to pinon and cedar to sagebrush and creosote bush to cactus and ocotillo. From the Arizona Snowbowl to Sedona's Red Rock Country, there's a bit of almost everything here.

Scattered through the Forest you'll also come across a number of archaeological sites: some protected as National Monuments, State Parks, etc., some not. Federal and State laws are in place to try to preserve and prevent the disturbance of these historical and cultural sites, hopefully saving them for future generations to enjoy. You'll also come across old homesteads, stage stops, mine sites, railroad beds, logging camps, cow camps and other remains from more modern visitors to this countryside. For that matter, there's even an old road (now part of the trail system) that leads to the top of the Kachina Peaks (folks used to be able to drive their Model T's up there).

A view of Oak Creek through the trees, Coconino National Forest
Oak Creek itself
Red rocks rise in Coconino National Forest
In Fay Canyon, Red Rocks-Secret Mountain Wilderness
Hikers near Courthouse Butte

Campgrounds

Below is an alphabetical listing of the developed campgrounds on Coconino National Forest. Most campsites in these campgrounds (but not the group sites) are designed to accommodate up to 8 people with one vehicle. Some sites have room for a second vehicle, but an extra vehicle charge may apply. If you find dead or downed wood around your campsite, it is legal to cut and burn that in your campfire, but do not pack that wood up and take it out of the Forest with you (you need a firewood-gathering permit for that and those usually apply only in special areas).

If you prefer primitive camping to the developed kind, you can camp almost anywhere on Coconino National Forest except where "No Camping" is posted. However, there are still certain guidelines to be followed:

  • The maximum stay limit is 14 days in any 30-day period. In some posted areas the stay limit is less.
  • There is no camping or campfires allowed anywhere within any city limits.
  • Unless you have the owner's explicit permission, stay off private property.
  • Do not camp within 1/4 mile of any natural or man-made wildlife or stock watering tank or hole.
  • Where primitive camping is allowed be at least 1 mile from any designated pay campground or recreation area, or as posted
  • Don't be camping or driving on any open meadowland.
  • You can use any dead or downed firewood you find around your campsite but do not load that wood into your vehicle and leave the Forest with it, unless you have a valid firewood-gathering permit.
  • If you must have a campfire, be aware of the responsibility that goes with that. Use established fire rings, fire pans or build a fire mound. Keep the fire small, and make sure it is dead out before you go anywhere. (I remember a 400,000+ acre fire a few years ago on the Coconino and Apache-Sitgreaves, because someone was stupid and irresponsible...)
  • Be at least 200 feet from any main roadway, at least 20 feet from any forest road, and if there's a right-of-way fence, be on the other side of that.
  • Pack it in, Pack it out. Leave no trace.
  • Use a "cat hole" and bury your waste and your pet's waste properly.

The Red Rocks District prohibits primitive camping, dispersed camping, "Camping on your Own," anywhere within the "pink-salmon" colored area on this map. If you want to camp in this area, you must be in a designated campground area.

Hikers on a trail in the Red Rocks area of Coconino National Forest
Campground Fees Elevation District Reservations # of Sites Season Open
Ashurst Lake $14 7,130' Mormon Lake No 25 early May to mid-October Yes
Beaver Creek $15 3,800' Red Rock No 16 All year Yes
Blue Ridge $8 7,300' Mogollon Rim No 10 early May 2 to mid-September Yes
Bonito $16 6,930' Peaks No 44 early May to late October Yes
Bootlegger $18 5,200' Red Rock No 10 April 1 - Oct 31 Yes
Canyon Vista $14 6,840' Mormon Lake No 15 early May to late October Yes
Cave Springs $20 5,400' Red Rock 11 Reservable 82 early April to mid-October Yes
Chavez Crossing Group Camp $65-$85 4,100'' Red Rock Required 3 All year Yes
Clear Creek Camp $15 3,200' Red Rock No 18 All year Yes
Clear Creek Group $60-$110 3,200' Red Rock Required 1 All year Yes
Clints Well No 7,000' Mogollon Rim No 7 All year Yes
Dairy Springs $14 7,170' Mormon Lake No 30 early May to mid-October Yes
Dairy Springs Group Camp $80 7,170' Mormon Lake Required 2 early May to mid-October Yes
Double Springs $14 7,160' Mormon Lake No 15 early May to mid-October Yes
Elks Picnic Group Camp $30-$50 6,600' Mogollon Rim Required 1 Memorial Day thru mid-September - Weather permitting Yes
Forked Pine $14 7,130' Mormon Lake No 25 early May to mid-October Yes
Kehl Springs No 7,500' Mogollon Rim No 8 Weather Permitting Yes
Kinnikinick $14 7,130' Mormon Lake No 13 mid-May to end of September Yes
Knoll Lake $14 7,400' Mogollon Rim No 33 early May to mid-October Yes
Lakeview $14 6,950' Mormon Lake No 30 early May to mid-October Yes
Little Elden Springs Horse Camp $16 7,180' Peaks 10 Reservable 15 early May to mid-October Yes
Lockett Meadow $10 8,560' Peaks No 17 late May to mid-October Yes
Long Valley Work Center Group Camp $30-$50 6,950' Mogollon Rim Required 1 end of May to mid-September Yes
Manzanita $18 4,800' Red Rock 11 Reservable 18 All year Yes
Moqui Group Camp $30-$150 7,300' Mogollon Rim Required 3 early May to mid-September Yes
O'Leary Group $80-$100 7,100' Peaks Required 3 early May to mid-October Yes
Pine Flat $20 5,500' Red Rock 18 Reservable 56 early March to mid-November, weather permitting Yes
Pinegrove $16 6,940' Mormon Lake 24 Reservable 46 early May to mid-October Yes
Rock Crossing $8 7,500' Mogollon Rim No 35 end of May to mid-October Yes
Hikers on a trail to Bell Rock in Coconino National Forest
Bell Rock, at the edge of Munds Mountain Wilderness

Picnic Areas

Peaks District

Picnic Area Name Fee Facilities
Painted Desert Vista and Doney Picnic Areas No day-use fee picnic tablescooking grillstrailheadtoilets

Mormon Lake District

Picnic Area Name Fee Facilities
Upper Lake Mary Picnic Area $5 boatingfishingpicnicbikingwildlife viewing
Lake Mary Narrows Picnic Area $5 picnichandicapped accessiblecookingtoiletsboat rampcampground
Lower Lake Mary Picnic Area $5 parkingpicnichandicapped accessiblecookingtoilets

Red Rocks District

Picnic Area Name Fee Facilities
Banjo Bill, Halfway and Encinoso Picnic Areas Yes 8 sites at Banjo Bill, 11 sites at Encinoso, 9 sites at Halfway - picnic tables and cooking grills, vault toilets, drinking water only at Encinoso Picnic Area
Crescent Moon Picnic Area $8 per vehicle (up to 5 people)
walk-ins: $1 each
handicapped accessiblepicniccookingtoilets
Grasshopper Point $8 per vehicle (up to 5 people)
walk-ins: $1 each
handicapped accessiblepicnictoilets
Slide Rock State Park
Arizona State Parks - Does not honor Federal Passes
$8 per vehicle entry fee (up to 4 people in vehicle); $10 per vehicle from Memorial Day through Labor Day; $2 each for walk-ins, bicycle, or for over 4 in vehicle picnictoiletsdrinking water
Red Rock State Park
Arizona State Parks - Does not honor Federal Passes
$6 per vehicle entry fee (up to 4 people in vehicle); $2 each for walk-ins, bicycle, horse, or for over 4 in vehicle picnicdrinking watertoilets
Call O' The Canyon (West Fork Trailhead) Open year-round - $8 per vehicle or the Weekly or Grand Annual Red Rock Pass
Walk-ins per day per person: $1
picnictoiletstrailhead
Huckaby Trailhead Red Rock Pass (minimum $5) or Golden Passport required picnictoilets
Palatki Ruins Red Rock Pass (minimum $5) or Golden Passport required picnictoilets

Trails

A view along the Mogollon Rim near Walnut Canyon

Contained below is a list of some of the trails available on the Coconino National Forest, broken down by ranger district. This is not an exhaustive list, just a list of some of the more popular trails for hiking, horseback riding and mountain biking. Some are segments of much longer trails, like the General Crook Trail and the Arizona Trail. Some are combinations of trails that work together as loops. Some of these trails either are fully in Wilderness or cross Wilderness, so Wilderness Rules and Regulations apply to those sections of the trails (particularly the part about no mechanized vehicles including mountain bikes allowed). There's enough here to keep someone busy for more than few days...

 

Peaks District Trails

Trail Name Difficulty Length in miles Trailhead Elevation Elevation Gain/Loss Uses
Abineau/Bear Jaw Trails, #127/#26 Strenuous 6.0 mile loop 8,500' 2000' HikingHorseback Riding
Arizona Trail (Equestrian Bypass) #87 Moderate 9.0 6,750' 500' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Brookbank Trail #2 Moderate 2.5 7,900' 1,000' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Campbell Mesa Trail Moderate 11.3 6,723' 157' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Deer Hill Trail #99 Easy 5.0 7,180' 100' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Doney Trail #39 Easy 0.5 5,300' 200' Hiking
Elden Lookout Trail #4 Strenuous 3.0 6,900' 2,400' Hiking
Fatmans Loop Trail #25 Easy 2.0 6,900' 600' Hiking
Fort Valley Trail System Moderate 6.7 7,300' 180' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Heart Trail #103 Strenuous 2.0 7,200' 1,300' Hiking
Humphreys Trail #151 Strenuous 4.5 9,300' 3,350' Hiking
Inner Basin Trail #29 Moderate 2.0 8,800' 1,400' Hiking
Kachina Trail #150 Moderate 5.0 9,500' 700' HikingHorseback Riding
Kendrick Park Watchable Wildlife Trail Easy 0.25 - 1.5 7,900' Accessible Site HikingSnowmobiling
Little Bear Trail #112 Moderate 3.5 7,620' 1,080' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Little Elden Trail #69 Easy 4.7 7,200' 600' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Old Caves Crater Trail Moderate 1.2 6,753' 430' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Oldham Trail #1 Moderate 5.5 7,000' 2,000' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
O'Leary Trail Strenuous 7.0 6,952' 1,986' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Pipeline Trail #42 Easy 2.8 7,100' 100' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Red Mountain Trail #159 Easy       HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Rocky Ridge Trail #153 Easy 2.2 7,100' 100' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Sandy Seep Trail Moderate 1.5 6,875' 350' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Schultz Creek Trail #152 Easy 3.5 7,200' 600' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Slate Mountain Trail #128 Moderate 2.4 8,360' 850' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Sunset Trail #23 Easy 4.0 8,000' 1,275' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Sycamore Canyon Trail System Moderate to Strenuous 11.3 6,800' 2,000' HikingHorseback Riding
Waterline Trail Easy 14.0 8,000' 2,400' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Weatherford Trail #102 Moderate to Strenuous 8.7 8,800' 3,200' HikingHorseback Riding
 

Mormon Lake District Trails

Trail Name Difficulty Length in miles Trailhead Elevation Elevation Gain/Loss Uses
Arizona Trail, Marshal Lake to Fisher Point Moderate 5.0 7,100' 500' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Dairy Springs Trail #136 Very Easy 0.5 7,300' 150' Hiking
Griffith's Spring Trail #189 Very Easy 1.0 mile loop 6,919' 100' Hiking
Lake View Trail #132 Moderate 2.0 7,200' 200' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Ledges Trail #138 Very Easy 1.0 7,200' 100' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Mormon Mountain Trail #58 Moderate 3.0 7,200' 1,300' Hiking
Sandys Canyon Trail #137 Easy 1.0 6,950' 100' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Wood Memorial Trail Easy 0.5 6,900' 300' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
 

Mogollon Rim District Trails

Trail Name Difficulty Length in miles Trailhead Elevation Elevation Gain/Loss Uses
Arizona Trail, Blue Ridge Segment Moderate 15.8 6,900' 300' HikingHorseback Riding
Arizona Trail, Happy Jack Segment Moderate 31.5     HikingHorseback Riding
Babe Haught Trail #43 Strenuous 5.3 7,722' 122' Hiking
Barbershop Trail #91 Moderate 4.5 7,600' 200' HikingHorseback Riding
Cabin Loop Trail - This is a system of four trails. Moderate - - - HikingHorseback Riding
Calloway Trail #33 Strenuous 0.5 6,250' 500' Hiking
Donahue Trail #27 Moderate 3.4 7,300' 370' Hiking
Fred Haught Trail #141 Moderate 6.0 6,900' 300' HikingHorseback Riding
General Crook Trail #130 Easy 25.0 7,900' 700' HikingHorseback RidingAutomobile
Horse Crossing Trail #20 Moderate 1.5 6,950' 500' HikingHorseback Riding
Houston Brothers Trail #171 Moderate 7.0 6,900' 600' HikingHorseback Riding
Kinder Crossing Trail #19 Moderate 1.1 6,977' 23' Hiking
Maxwell Trail #37 Strenuous 0.7 6,700' 700' HikingHorseback Riding
Myrtle Trail #30 Easy on Coconino- Strenuous on Tonto 1.0 7,218' 538' Hiking
Pine Canyon Trail #26 Moderate 8.0 7,200' 2,200' HikingHorseback Riding
Rock Crossing Trail #18 Moderate 2.2 7,149' 249' Hiking
Soldier Trail #21 Moderate to Difficult 2.0 6,540' 440' HikingHorseback Riding
Tramway Trail #32 Strenuous 0.7 6,700' 750' Hiking
Turkey Springs Trail #217 Strenuous 2.6 7,218' 238' HikingHorseback Riding
U-Bar Trail #28 Moderate 6.5 7,500' 200' HikingHorseback Riding
Victorine Trail #101 Difficult 3.0 6,980' 300' HikingHorseback Riding
Willow Crossing #38 Easy 1.3 6,700' 500' HikingHorseback Riding
 

Red Rocks District Trails

Trail Name Difficulty Length in miles Trailhead Elevation Elevation Gain/Loss Uses
A.B. Young #100 Strenuous 2.4 5,200' 2,000' Hiking
Airport Loop/Table Top Trails #211/212, including Bandit and Brewer Trails Easy 4.3 4,600' 220' HikingMountain Biking
Allen''s Bend Trail Easy 0.5 4,400' 0' HikingMountain Biking
Apache Maid #15 Strenuous 9.5 4,000' 2,500' HikingHorseback Riding
Arizona Cypress Trail Easy 0.75 4,600' 100' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Baldwin Trail Easy 1.6 4,140' 150' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Bear Mountain #54 Strenuous 2.5 4,600' 1,800' Hiking
Bear Sign Trail #59 Moderate 3.25 4,800' 650' HikingHorseback Riding
Bell Rock Pathway Easy/Moderate 3.7 4,200' 50' HikingMountain Biking
Bell Trail #13 Moderate 11.0 3,700' 2,800' HikingHorseback Riding
Big Park Trail Easy 1.0 4,200' 50' HikingMountain Biking
Blodgett Basin Trail #31 Moderate 2.5 3,600' 1,600' HikingHorseback Riding
Boynton Canyon #47 Easy 2.5 4,600' 450' HikingHorseback Riding
Brins Mesa #119 Moderate 3.0 4,600' 600' HikingHorseback Riding
Broken Arrow Trail #125 Easy 1.5 4,250' 300' HikingHorseback Riding
Carroll Canyon Trail Moderate 1.8 4,600' 100' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Cathedral Rock Trail #170 Moderate 0.7 4,050' 600' Hiking
Casner Canyon Trail #11 Moderate to Strenuous 2.0 4,600' 1,800' HikingHorseback Riding
Casner Mountain Trail #8 Strenuous 7.0 4,600' 2,150' HikingHorseback RidingMountain BikingATV Riding
Chimney Rock Pass Moderate 1.0 4,500' 150' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Cibola Pass Trail Moderate 1.0 4,600' 250' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Cockscomb Trail Easy to Strenuous 2.5 to 16+ 4,600' 160' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Cookstove Trail #143 Moderate to Strenuous 0.7 5,600' 800' HikingHorseback Riding
Courthouse Butte Loop Trail Moderate 4.2 mile loop 4,250' 250' HikingMountain Biking
David Miller Trail Strenuous 1   800' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Dawa Trail Easy 2 4,600' 0' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Deadmans Pass Easy 1.4   150' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Devil's Bridge Trail #120 Moderate 0.8 4,600' 350' HikingHorseback Riding
Doe Mountain Trail #60 Easy 0.7 miles to top of mesa 4,600' 400' HikingHorseback Riding
Dogie Trail#116 Moderate to Strenuous 5.4 5,600' 1,000' HikingHorseback Riding
Dry Creek Trail Strenuous 6.2 mile loop     HikingHorseback Riding
Fay Canyon Trail #53 Easy 1.1 4,600' 150' HikingHorseback Riding
Fossil Springs Trail (on Tonto NF) Strenuous 2.5 5,600' 1,320' HikingHorseback Riding
Girdner Trail #162 Strenuous 4.5 4,500' 260' loss, then 360' gain HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
HS Canyon Trail #50 Moderate 2.5 4700' 800' Hiking
H.T. Trail Easy 0.75 4,200' 0' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Harding Springs Trail #51 Moderate to Strenuous 0.7 5,600' 700' HikingHorseback Riding
Herkenham Trail Easy 1.1 4,500' 100' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Huckaby Trail #161 Moderate 2.6 4,400' 170' Hiking
Hot Loop Trail #94 Moderate to strenuous 9 4,400' 2,000' HikingHorseback Riding
Jacks Canyon Trail #55 Moderate to Strenuous 6.5 4,300' 2,000' HikingHorseback Riding
Jim Thompson Trail #124 Easy 3 4,500' / 4,750' 100' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Jordan Trail Moderate 1.5 4,600' 200' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Lime Kiln Trail #82 Moderate To Strenuous 16 miles 3,300' 1,300' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Little Horse Trail #61 Easy 1.5 4,250' 300' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Long Canyon Trail #63 More Difficult 9.5 5,000' 1,500' HikingHorseback Riding
Long Canyon Trail #122 Easy 2.9 4,500' 500' HikingHorseback Riding
Lower Chimney Rock Trail Easy 1 4,600' 100' Hiking IconHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Loy Canyon Trail #5 Moderate, last two miles Strenuous 5.0 4,800' 1,700' HikingHorseback Riding
Mail Trail #84 Strenuous 10.0 miles on Coconino 5,900' 1,600' HikingHorseback Riding
Margs Draw Trail #163 Easy 2 4,300' 100' HikingHorseback Riding
Mooney Trail #12 Strenuous 4.2 4,500' 1,000' HikingHorseback Riding
Munds Mountain Trail #77 Strenuous 2.8 5,600' 400' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Munds Wagon Trail #78 Strenuous 4.0 4,400' 1,100' HikingHorseback Riding
North Urban Trail System - West Easy / Moderate 5 4,500' 370' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
North Urban Trail System - East Easy - Moderate 6.5 4,450' 460' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
OK Trail Easy 0.5 4,600' 100' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Old Post Trail Moderate 2.7 4,500' 100' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Parsons Trail #144 Easy 4 4,600' 200' HikingHorseback Riding
Ridge Trail Easy/Moderate 2 4,500' 200' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Rupp Trail Easy 2.8 4,600' 200'' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Schnebly Hill #158 Strenuous 1.7 5,600' 400' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Schuerman Mountain Trail #56 East 1.0 4,450' 350' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Secret Canyon/David Miller/Bear Sign/Dry Creek Trails Loop Strenuous 6.2 mile loop 4,700' 800' HikingHorseback Riding
Secret Canyon Trail #121 Strenuous 5.5 4,500' 600' Hiking
Soldier Pass Trail #66 Moderate 2.4 4,450' 450' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Sterling Pass Trail #46 Strenuous 2.4 4,900' 1,100' HikingHorseback Riding
Sugarloaf Loop/Sugarloaf Summit Easy - Moderate 0.5 miles each 4,600' 50' - 250' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Summit Trail Easy 1 4,600' 100' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Taylor Cabin Trail #35 Very Strenuous 2.3 6,400' 1,800' HikingHorseback Riding
Teacup Trail Moderate 2.0 4,600' 200' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Telephone Trail #72 Moderate 1.2 5,380' 1,000' Hiking
Templeton Trail Easy 3.5 4,240' 250' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Thomas Point Trail #142 Moderate 1.0 5,300' 850' HikingHorseback Riding
Thunder Mountain Trail Easy 1.0 4,600' 50' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Towel Creek Trail #67 Moderate 6.4 4,100' 1,500' HikingHorseback Riding
Turkey Creek Trail #92 Moderate 3.0 4,000' 600' HikingHorseback RidingMountain Biking
Vultee Arch Trail #22 Easy 1.7 4,800' 400' HikingHorseback Riding
Walker Basin Trail #81 Moderate 8.0 4,000' 2,000' HikingHorseback Riding
West Clear Creek Trail #17 Moderate 7.7 3,700' 2,100' HikingHorseback Riding
West Fork Oak Creek #108 Easy 3.0 5,300' 150' Hiking
White Mesa Trail #86 Moderate 1 4,060' 850' HikingHorseback Riding
Wier Trail #85 Easy 0.75 4,060' 0' HikingHorseback Riding
Wilson Canyon Trail #49 Easy 1.5 4,500' 500' Hiking
Wilson Mountain Trail #10 and North Wilson Trail #123 Strenuous - Strenuous 5.6 - 2.0 4,500' - 4,750' 2,400' - 1,450' HikingHorseback Riding
Woods Canyon Trail #93 Easy 4.25 3,900' 400' HikingHorseback Riding
A view off the edge of the Mogollon Rim at the top of Oak Creek Canyon
The Mogollon Rim, from the top of Oak Creek Canyon
Small icons courtesy of the US Forest Service
Photos courtesy of TheArmchairExplorer, CCA-by-SA 4.0 License