Galiuro Wilderness

NM,AZ US Forest Service

Rugged terrain, diverse plant and animal communities, old west history and plenty of solitude are available for lovers of wilderness in the Galiuros. These rugged block fault mountains rise over 3,700...[more]

Galiuro Wilderness





Major access points are at Deer Creek Trailhead at the end of FR 253, by way of the Powers Garden Trail #96 off the Aravaipa Road and at the Redfield Canyon Trailhead at the end of FR 691. Trails in Wilderness: Major trails include Powers Garden #96, East Divide #287, West Divide #289, Tortilla #254, Sycamore #278, Corral Canyon #291, Rattlesnake #285, High Creek # 290. helps you discover and book trips to all of America's public places.
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