Running between Limestone, FR 215, in the east and Wallace, FR 34, in the west, Wiggins is a well-maintained artery in the westernmost reaches of the Sitgreaves National Forest. The trail's most redeeming feature is Wiggins Crossing, where steep shelf roads and a seemingly out-of-place bridge cross the deep and scenic Willow Creek Canyon. Decades ago, Macadam was added to the dirt trail to stabilize the eroding shelf roads in and out of the canyon. Today, the deteriorating attempt at pavement is the hardest and roughest part of the trail.
A handful of large, flat, shaded, dispersed campsites lie just west of Willow Creek Canyon.
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