Running through the Cibola National Forest from I-40 to the historic hamlet of McGaffey, Six Mile Canyon passes sandstone bluffs, colorful bentonite hills, and a couple of surprise ponds. Most of the easy trail is in a forest of Ponderosa pines, junipers, and oaks. There are several dispersed campsites near the southern end of the trail.
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