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A beautiful walk in a beautiful place with interpretive signs along the way. Handicapped accessible for a portion. Great place to take the kids. No restrooms. The whole walk is only about 1 mile but bring a snack and stop at the overlook and you...More
We were looking for an easy hike. This was it! The Mogollon Rim Trail was just perfect. We ambled along a relatively flat trail, with 16 or 17 labeled spots along the way. (For about a half a mile the trail is wheelchair accessible.). We...More
You're right on the edge of the Mogollon Rim, The trail is flat and mostly paved and includes interpretive signs discussing local flora, fauna, and history. Interesting and informative-and the views are great. A nice little trail for people who don't really walk, and pleasant...More
We very much enjoyed the drive near the Mogollon Rim from Campe Verde to Pinetop AZ. Up mountain and down mountain. The Primitive Road was too rough to drive, probably difficult hiking also. More for ATV ing.
The trail head is on the west side of AZ260/White Mountain Blvd. between Camp Grace and the Lion's Camp. There's a gravel parking area and a sign that designates the start of the trail. The first section (about .3 mile) is paved to a scenic...More
Easy hike, with almost no elevation gain. Half is paved, other half of this loop trail is compacted dirt. Great for all ages! Wonderful views from the paved trail side of the loop. Took about 45 min to leisurely walk the trail.
We arrived too late to hike Thompson Trail as planned, so we headed over to the shorter 1 mile Mogollon Rim Trail. We arrived close to sunset and the views were just amazing. I'd actually recommend arriving about an hour and a half before sunset....More
I agree with another recent reviewer that this park/trail is showing its age. But the views are amazing. In addition, the "aging" signage is very helpful in understanding the Rim, how it came into being, and the plant life that is at that altitude.
Poorly marked. The parking lot/trailhead is right off the west side of highway 260 (or White Mountain Blvd.) about halfway between ShoLow and Pinetop-Lakeside. It is sandwiched between two camps: Camp Grace and the Lion's... More
Poorly marked. The parking lot/trailhead is right off the west side of highway 260 (or White Mountain Blvd.) about halfway between ShoLow and Pinetop-Lakeside. It is sandwiched between two camps: Camp Grace and the Lion's Cam Tatiyee-Handicap.