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Mogollon Rim Trails and Exciting Places to Explore   Spring 2004

If you are coming to Arizona or are one of us who love this state and it's diversity, here are a couple of plans for the spring.

The Arizona Trail:

If you think it's all been done before, think again.  The Arizona Trail begins at the Utah border and continues to Mexico.  Portions of it are still being developed today.  If you have a trail blazing spirit and want to leave a legacy, volunteer to help complete this wonderful resource.  Below is the map and information regarding how to contribute and add your name to the last trail blazers of the Wild West.

Arizona Trail map state.JPG (41458 bytes)  Click to enlarge.  The dotted areas are the one that still need your help.

 

Arizona Trail Passages

Mexico to Utah

#

Name

Passage Description

Miles

1

Huachuca Mountains

Mexico border - to- Parker Canyon Lake

23.6

2

Canelo Hills East

Parker Canyon Lake -to- Canelo Pass

13.5

3

Canelo Hills West

Canelo Pass -to- Patagonia

21.2

4

Temporal Gulch

Patagonia -to- Gardner Canyon Road

15.8

5

Santa Rita Mountains

Gardner Canyon Road -to- Highway 83

21.4

6

Empire-Cienega

Highway 83 -to- Interstate 10

26.0

7

Rincon Valley I

Interstate 10 -to- Saguaro National Park (Hope Camp)

18.0

8

Happy Valley

Interstate 10 -to- Miller Creek

9.5

9

Rincon Mountains

Miller Creek (current)/Hope Camp (proposed) -to- Italian Trap

28.2

10

Redington Pass

Italian Trap -to- Prison Camp Trailhead

15.7

11

Santa Catalina Mountains

Prison Camp Trailhead -to- Mt Lemmon

15.5

12

Mt. Lemmon/Oracle Ridge

Mt Lemmon -to- American Flag TH

23.8

13

Oracle

American Flag TH -to- Tiger Mine Trailhead

9.5

14

Black Hills

Tiger Mine Trailhead -to- Freeman Road

26.2

15

Tortilla Mountains

Freeman Road -to- Gila River

23.6

16

White Canyon

Gila River -to- WhiteCanyon Wilderness

15.0

17

Alamo Canyon

Wood Canyon -to- Picketpost Trailhead

11.0

18

Picketpost/Reavis Canyon

Picketpost Trailhead -to- Rogers Trough Trailhead

14.0

19

Superstition Wilderness

Rogers Trough Trailhead -to- Roosevelt Lake

27.7

20

Four Peaks

Roosevelt Lake -to- Lone Pine Saddle

16.5

21

Pine Mt/Boulder Creek

Lone Pine Saddle -to- Sunflower

18.5

22

Saddle Mountain

Sunflower -to- Mt Peeley

14.0

23

Mazatzal Divide

Mt Peeley -to- the Park (junction Trail 23/24)

20.0

24

Red Hills

The Park (junction trail 23/24 to East Verde River)

10.7

25

Whiterock Mesa

East Verde River to Twin Buttes (FR #194)

9.5

26

Hardscrabble Mesa

East Verde River -to- Pine

20.4

27

Highline

Pine -to- Mogollon Rim

19.2

28

Blue Ridge

Mogollon Rim -to- Highway 87

15.3

29

Happy Jack

Highway 87 -to- Allan Lake

35.0

30

Mormon Lake

Allen Lake -to- Marshall Lake

28.0

31

Walnut Canyon

Marshall Lake -to- Interstate 40

19.0

32

Flagstaff Bypass

Interstate 40 at Cosnino -to- Schultz Pass

11.2

33

Flagstaff

Fisher Point -to- Schultz Pass

18.0

34

San Francisco Peaks

Schultz Pass -to- Cedar Ranch

22.0

35

Babbitt Ranch

Cedar Ranch -to- Moqui Stage Station

19.0

36

Coconino Rim

Moqui Stage Station -to- Grandview Lookout

19.0

37

Grand Canyon - South Rim

Grandview Point -to- Yaki Point

25.0

38

Grand Canyon - Inner Gorge

Yaki Point -to- North Kaibab Trailhead

18.6

39

Grand Canyon - North Rim

North Rim Trailhead -to- GCNP/NF Boundary

12.0

40

Kaibab Plateau South

GCNP/FS Boundary to Telephone Hill

20.6

41

Kaibab Plateau Central

Telephone Hill -to- Highway 89a

16.7

42

Kaibab Plateau North

Highway 89a -to- Winter Road

13.2

43

Buckskin Mountain

Winter Road -to- Utah border

11.0

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Map of Arizona

 

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Map of the reservations and Four Corners 

 

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