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So, my wife and I love hiking, love Arizona and love waterfalls. This area has all of the above. The saguaro cacti, the wonderful landscape AND the promise of a beautiful waterfall. So, we got up early, drove over to the Coronado National Forest and...More
My first time to Coronado and I was blown away by the beauty of my surroundings. It’s the dessert and forest meeting in one place. There were many vistas to stop at and take magnificent photos. Rock climbing and hiking trails are plentiful.
A most amazing abundance of beauteous sights in different distinct ecosystems have been fascinating and thrilling me all this past year along many of the highways and roads through this vast "sky island" forest--I've yet to visit all its five districts. Mostly I've been rolling...More
We took the drive from the bottom to the top of the Forest and it was incredible. The change in altitude changed the setting dramatically from an arid area full of Segauro Cactus, to Prickly Pear Cactus, to Pine forests to incredible formations of rocks....More
If you’re a birder or simply looking for an amazingly beautiful place to visit put the Coronado National Forest on your list. It’s recognized as one of the premier bird viewing locations in the U.S. Additionally, world class scenery and hiking can be found. Start...More
The Coronado National Monument south of Hereford in SE AZ. Fairly remote, but good roads to get there. A nice visitor center is probably the best place to stop and get information. Also here is a very nice picnic area where you will likely see...More
We were taken here by friends, what an incredible place. Good signage, lots of trails for all standards & enthusiams. The scenery is stunning, the light pure, & when we went the weather was perfect for walking