The trail crosses Webber Creek 7 times. The entire length has plenty of shade. Near trails end (directly across the creek) is a spring flowing out of a hole at the base of the Mogollon Rim. There are large flat rocks in the creek for play and relaxation.
At a Glance
Rentals & Guides:
April - October
No motorized vehicles are allowed. If you PACK IT IN, PACK IT OUT!! Caution should be taken when using this trail in the summer heat. Carry an adequate supply of drinking water. One gallon per person per day is recommended during hot periods. Do not drink untreated water. Giardia, protozoan, is in many water impoundments and streams. Portions of the trail are rough in places and should be traveled with caution. Hikers, yield the right of way to trail stock. The rim has the second highest incidence of lightning in the U.S., so use caution during the summer rainy season.
From Geronimo Trailhead, hike west 100 yards on the Highline Trail 31 to the Geronimo Trail 240 junction. Continue north 3 miles to the East Webber Trail.
South end: (5,640 feet elevation): at Geronimo
North end: (6,600 feet elevation): at spring
Horse Riding & Camping
From Geronimo Trailhead, hike west 100 yards on the Highline Trail 31 to the Geronimo Trail 240 junction. Continue north 3 miles to the East Webber Trail