Rolling hills of juniper and pinyon interspersed with granite outcrops characterize this small, remote and relatively rugged wilderness. Established in 1984, the 5,628 acre wilderness features three natural springs and several important riparian areas including Apache Creek. Elevations range from 5,200 to 6,900 feet and the area provides excellent habitat for mountain lion and numerous bird species.
There are 2 maintained trails within this wilderness:
Apache Creek Wilderness on Wildreness.net
Printable Trail Description and Map (595 KB PDF; 8.5” X 11”)