hiking

views

birding

nature trips

walking

wild flowers

wildlife

forest

trail running

dogs on leash

camping

kid friendly

mountain biking

backpacking

horseback riding

dog friendly

no dogs

The Coronado National Forest includes an area of about 1.78 million acres spread throughout mountain ranges in southeastern Arizona and southwestern New Mexico. It is located in parts of Cochise, Graham, Santa Cruz, Pima, and Pinal counties in Arizona, and Hidalgo County in New Mexico.

hiking
1 day ago

Absolutely phenomenal Trail! Easy to navigate and traverse. It puts you on the edge of many parts so watch the young ones! Very long trail so start before the sun gets rolling! Stunning views along the rock faces and so VERY worth the trip. Did it in four hours flat and thats with stopping for several breaks and photographing. Can’t recommend this trail enough!!

on Phoneline Trail

hiking
1 day ago

hiking
1 day ago

We love this trail! Our first time was by horseback, but we hiked from the campground the second time we went. The boulders up the ravine are cool to hike under, they are left of the trailhead. Lots of exploring to do off the trail. Half moon tank is nice around the 3 mile mark I believe.

hiking
2 days ago

Great hike for my first SW USA dessert hiking adventure. A little disappointed that the water wasn’t running, but still definitely a worthwhile hike! Bring plenty of water!!!

What an awesome trail!!! Hard and steep in various spots but some really easy areas!! Great views from every spot. I will definitely do this trail again!! 10 miles after a two week off the trails feels good. First time hiking with my new hiking friends and loved it!!

hiking
2 days ago

hiking
2 days ago

A good trail. Pretty rocky and steep, but lots of shade.

So I tried following the directions and routed myself to the bear canyon trailhead to start. Perhaps there is more than one, because I definitely didn't start where it says on the map. The trail was so poorly marked that I quickly lost it, got very lost myself and had to walk to a nearby home to find a dirt road to turn around. I'm not sure if there are multiple "Bear Canyon Trailheads" or what's up, but it wasn't a great experience today.