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ARAVAIPA CANYON: KEEPING ARIZONA’S WILDERNESS WILD! IMAGINE THE LAND BEFORE CIVILIZATION. YOU’LL FIND 19,410 ACRES OF THAT HERE. SEE WHAT WILDERNESS IS REALLY LIKE AT ARAVAIPA CANYON.
A 1,000 foot-deep canyon that’s home to bighorn sheep, javelina, coati mundis and ringtail cats. A creek that carved the scenic canyon home to 7 species of native fish. And a riparian forest featuring more than 200 species of birds.
MammothWinkelmanThis protected Eden is ground for primitive, adventure-based recreation like horseback riding, hiking, camping, and hunting. In order to keep the wilderness wild, there are strict guidelines such as group size (no more than 10 people and no more than 5 horses), length of stay (3 days/2 nights), and hunting restrictions based on season and equipment. These restrictions have been keeping the territory wild by preventing overuse since 1984.
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Entrance Fee: $5/day, permit required