Pajarita Wilderness

AZ,NM US Forest Service

Pajarita Wilderness

Pajarita is a Spanish word meaning “little bird.” It is an appropriate name for this 7,420-acre area, for a couple of reasons. For one, the international border with Mexico forms the area&...[more]





The Ruby Road, most of which is unpaved but suitable for passenger cars, leads to the Sycamore Canyon Trailhead and to the Summit Motorway. This latter road is a 4-wheel drive road which leads to the trailhead for the Border Trail #45. Trails in Wilderness: Sycamore Canyon #40 and the Border #45.

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