West Clear Creek Wilderness, AZ

US Forest Service

West Clear Creek Wilderness

In an isolated corner of the Coconino National Forest, Willow and Clover Creeks flow together to create West Clear Creek. Several writers have described this stream as one of the most remote and ...[more]




Location: 52 miles south of Flagstaff and 12 miles east of Camp Verde off paved and graveled roads some of which can be a bit rough.

GPS: for Bull Pen Ranch: 34° 32' 21.9834" -111° 42' 31.572"

Access: The lower areas of this remote canyon are accessible via a number of roads and trails, including FR's 214 and 215 off FR 618 (see scenic drives). Upper reaches of the canyon are accessible via the Maxwell and Tramway trails off FR's 81 and 81E.



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West Clear Creek Wilderness Map

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