Hiking & Walking
There are literally hundreds of miles of hiking and walking trails in Graham County in terrain that ranges from high desert at about 2,400 feet elevation to trails that range near 10,000 feet on Mount Graham.
Before highways and railways, before pioneers, even before Columbus... the land we know as the United States was truly a vast wilderness.
Dankworth Pond State Park is three miles south of Roper Lake.
Frye Mesa Reservoir Lake is a great area on the Pinalenos
Rugged terrain, diverse plant and animal communities, old west history and plenty of solitude are available for lovers of wilderness in the Galiuros.
More than 150 years ago, early explorers passed through this same area, recording their accounts of its wildlife, geology, and culture.
Hot springs, river rafting, birdwatching, and miles of trails make this National Conservation Area popular among those in the know.
The Pinaleño Mountains are a remote mountain range in southeastern Arizona within the Coronado National forest.
Riggs Flat Lake is located at the end of Swift Trail, a road that winds along the top of the Pinaleño Mountains.
Stockton Pass serves as a travel way over the Pinaleños into Sulphur Springs Valley.
Turkey Creek is a small riparian canyon that flows into Aravaipa and has cliff dwellings from 1300 A.D.
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