Chiricahua National Monument Hiking

Though this part of our state is rarely visited due to how out of the way it is for many— the unique sights of countless towering stone hoodoos coated in moss, an intriguing variety of plant life growing up the mountains, and exotic-looking animals crossing over from nearby borders makes for a visit and photo opportunities you won’t soon forget.

Chiricahua National Monument has a number of hiking trails ranging from half-mile scenic strolls below hoodoos and across streams to grueling 10 mile climbs up and down severely steep terrain that give stunning views of the forested rock formations. There’s something suitable here for trekkers of all physical fitness, whether you stop by with the family to awe at the geological forces that made the eye catching scenery or coming alone to find a rarely walked incline to challenge yourself against.

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