Elevation gain/loss is displayed based on the direction of travel used in the trail description. If traveling the other direction, swap the gain and loss values. The slope value is an average across the entire trail and may not provide an accurate indication of the steepness of a trail if that trail climbs and drops an equal amount.
A key route for accessing the Crest Trail from West Turkey Creek, the first half of this trail passes along the creek in Saulsbury Canyon before taking to the ridge and climbing steeply to just north of Round Park.
A rough, frequently washed out trail through the bottom of Red Rock Canyon which eventually climbs steeply to the ridge separating it from Rucker Canyon, passes Sage Peak, and finally connects to the Rucker Trail.
Following the crest of the Chiricahuas north out of Onion Saddle, this trail features numerous switchbacks through an alternation of burned and forested slopes until it enters a desolate moonscape north of Shaw Peak until it reaches the Hilltop Mine near Hands Pass. Midway along its length at Jhus Horse Saddle it connects to the Jhus Horse Saddle Trail and Pinery Horsefall Trail.
A relatively low elevation trail connecting the Trans-Mountain Road (FR 42) with the end of the Herb Martyr Road (FR 42A), with a segment of road walking on the Greenhouse Road (FR 713) in the middle. Can be connected to several other nearby trails for a longer hike.
Climbing out of Sycamore Canyon around Turtle Mountain, this initially steep trail connects to the Pole Bridge Trail, Morse Canyon Trail, Crest Trail and Monte Vista Trail, with excellent views of Brushy Canyon and Monte Vista Peak along the way.
Passing along the bottom of Price Canyon for a number of miles, this trail connects with thePrice Shake Trail, Baker Canyon Trail and Rucker Trail before making a steep ascent to the Crest Trail northwest of Sentinel and Finnicum Peaks.
After leaving the South Fork Trail at Maple Camp, the Burro Trail climbs towards Horseshoe Saddle high above. From the saddle, it's a long way down to the end of Horseshoe Canyon. Provides great views at both Red Rocks above Maple Camp and at Horseshoe Saddle itself.
The northern leg of the ⅄-shaped Crest Trail system, this segment extends from the Barfoot Park Road (FR 357) just north of Buena Vista Peak south to Junction Saddle, a central junction north of Chiricahua Peak. Running along the spine of the Chiricahuas, the Crest connects numerous other trails into the greater network.
This rough, remote trail between the lower Rucker Canyon area and Price Canyon can be difficult to find in places, but provides access to a remote area of the Chiricahuas with great views.
The first mile of this trail is one of the most well-known in the Chiricahuas due to its popularity with birders. Beyond that, it follows the South Fork of Cave Creek for 3 miles before leaving the creek and climbing over several additional miles to the Crest Trail high above, near Sentinel and Finnicum Peaks.
A long creek-bottom trail connecting numerous trails on the west side of the Chiricahuas with the Crest Trail at Bootlegger Saddle.
This long, remote trail exits Whitetail Canyon along Indian Creek before climbing to Wood Canyon Saddle near Cochise Head and dropping into Wood Canyon and continuing north for a number of miles. Connects to the Emigrant Canyon Trail partway through Wood Canyon.