Wet Beaver Wilderness, AZ

US Forest Service

Wet Beaver Wilderness

This tucked away desert oasis is the smallest of four major canyons that cut the Coconino National Forest's red rock rim country. Though it may be small, the scenery you'll find here is none...[more]




Location: 43 miles south of Flagstaff on graveled Forest Roads suitable for passenger vehicles in most weather.

Access: Wet Beaver Creek Canyon is most accessible from FR 618 off Interstate 17 45 miles south of Flagstaff. Upstream access is possible south of the Apache Maid Lookout Tower from FR 213 and FR 229 off I-17 at the Stoneman Lake Exit.



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Wet Beaver Wilderness Map

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