This trail leads deeper into the Coconino National Forest and provides access to the Secret Mountain Hiking Trailhead, beautiful dispersed camping sites, additional offroad trails, long-forgotten ranching cabins, and connects to Casner Mountain via the Bunker Ridge Trail. The trail is primarily made of hard-packed dirt but has protruding rocks and bumps along the way. The northern section is very smooth for a forest road, but the further south you travel, the rougher it gets.
You will find many dispersed camping sites along this trail, many large enough to accommodate up to 10-12 vehicles. Larger trailers can access most sites since this is a relatively easy road. Most of the sites have fire rings and are shaded by tall Ponderosa pines.
The trail ends at the Secret Mountain Hiking Trailhead in the south, where parking is available for approximately ten vehicles. This trailhead provides access to the numerous Red Rock Secret Mountain Wilderness hiking trails.
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