235 Road Trail #502

  

This trail is located in a Wildlife Habitat Area which is closed to motorized vehicle use to provide a "quiet" area for a variety of wildlife species. 

At a Glance

Usage: Medium
Best Season: Spring to Fall
Restrictions:
  • Wildlife Habitat Area - Closed to all motorized vehicle use.
  • Overnight camping is not permitted within 1/4 mile of Willow Springs Lake. 
Information Center: Black Mesa Ranger District
(928) 535-7300 
TTY: (928) 535-3213 

General Information

General Notes:

Roads and trails may become quite muddy during and after periods of thunderstorms.


Directions:

Turn north on Forest Road 300, approximately 26 miles west of Heber, Arizona. Travel north approximately 1/4 mile to Forest Road 235 which is blocked by a closure gate across the road. This will serve as the trailhead.


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Day Hiking

Elk and deer can often be observed, especially in the summer, along this old logging road. This trail is located in a Wildlife Habitat Area which is closed to motorized vehicle use to provide a "quiet" area for a variety of wildlife species. In October, the leaves of the aspen and oak trees provide a golden yellow contrast to the evergreens. The trail provides access to the edge of Chevelon Canyon for a beautiful view of the canyon.

USGS Maps: Woods Canyon.

Elevation desc 7,600 feet
Best Season: Spring to Fall
Difficulty Level: Moderate

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Location

 
  Area/Length : 
4 miles one way

  Latitude : 
34.30510985

  Longitude : 
-110.8967647

  Elevation : 
7,600 feet