Situated in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest and stretching 200 miles from Yavapai County to New Mexico, the Mogollon Rim provides breathtaking views overlooking an expansive forest of pine trees. The rim is a true geological wonder hosting sedimentary, volcanic and metamorphic rock dating back to the Precambrian era. The central section of the rim are characterized by high cliffs of limestone and sandstone, where erosion cut dramatic canyons such as Fossil Creek Canyon and Pine Canyon. The areas surrounding the central escarpment average between 4,000-5,000 feet in elevation, with some areas rising to over 8,000 feet. Dramatic white cliffs outline the edges of the forest with sheer dropouts to the valleys below, sometimes several hundred feet high.
Because this is dispersed camping, participants will be provided final camp site locations and directions on the morning of the campout. See area of Arizona Forest Service Road 300 for a general location.
Rion will be your Event Leader. His information will be provided with registration confirmation.