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Gila Middle Box Hike

Hike on part of the Gila River corridor Description: Join us for a journey down the rugged middle box through dense riparian habitat renowned for its excellent bird habitat and cultural artifacts- total of two river crossing. What: Hike on part of the Gila River corridor Total Trip


Gila Cliff Dwellings

Interpretive Hike in the Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument Description: Come and enjoy a hike that will showcase early history, amazing geology and scenery. For thousands of years, groups of nomadic people used the caves of the Gila River as temporary shelter. In the late 1200's, people of the


CDT Hike at Noon

Hike on the Continental Divide Trail Description: Hike from the Little Walnut Trail-head north along the CDT. The area is forested, with some shade. It's the perfect hike for beginner and intermediate level hikers and a great way to see the Continental Divide Trail. A 25 minute drive from


Birding Tour

Audubon led birding hike along the Gila River Description: Visit two fairly close, easily accessible, popular birding sites; Mangus Springs and the Iron Bridge. The first is a short road bordering private land with small marsh and creek. The Iron Bridge is an old road on Nature Conservancy land


Mountain Biking Tour

Mountain Biking Tour Total Trip Time: 3 hours Where to Meet: Dragonfly Trailhead off of Highway-180 Leader: Martyn Pearson How Long: 8 miles total Difficulty: Multi-level, Beginner Friendly Terrain: Relatively Flat What to Bring: Snacks and water, mountain bike if have one Group Limit: 10 (Gila Hike and Bike-Bikes)