Arizona Trail Passage 28 has creeks, canyons, history
Passage 28 of the Arizona Trail traverses some of the state’s most scenic territory. Packed with history and ever-changing exposure to creek- and canyon-riddled terrain, the 16.1-mile trek is a summertime favorite especially among hikers who like to camp. The route passes near several popular Mogollon Rim campgrounds including Moqui, Blue Ridge and Rock Crossing and there are plenty of dispersed campsites along the trail for backpackers who prefer to rough it.
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