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A narrow red-walled chasm, boulder-strewn Redfield Canyon lies bound by tall cliffs pocked with eroded caves. With a bit of exploration you may find cascades and deep refreshing pools hidden in side canyons. Some small canyons in the area contain perennial streams. In the eastern portion of the Wilderness, Galiuro Escarpment rises impressively, an example of the fault-block development for which the Basin and Range Province is known. You'll find no established trails here, but the canyons are suitable for hiking. Over the years photographers have been drawn to the scenic, water-rich side canyons of Redfield. A substantial portion of the western half of the area is privately owned; you must obtain permission before crossing it. Park closes at sunset.

Great canyon views. Its an easy hike overall and if you go towards the canyons its a beautiful view looking back. did this hike back in spring

Extremely beautiful. The hike from the parking lot till the point you turn into the Red Rock trial is shady with lots of trees. Once you reach the Red Rock trail there's is few trees for the next mile or so. Definitely worth it.

mountain biking
15 days ago

Heavily populated point to point trail. Watch out for poison oak.

July 2017
Defiently warmer weather around this time. Second time here, total 7.10 miles. From the lot, took it up straight, hung a left up another trail to reach the dead end with a nice bench, gives you a lovely view of red rock and the city. Back down hang a left and walk the creek which is all rock. Take it all the way and you'll hit your destination. Be warned, there are many MANY snakes!