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Redfield Canyon

Redfield Canyon

Redfield Canyon is a narrow red-walled chasm suitable for hiking during the spring and fall seasons. Tall cliffs pocked with eroded caves and strewn with boulders, Redfield Canyon offers the visitor a variety of recreational opportunities. Photographers can capture hidden cascades in the side canyons while casual visitors may occasionally find deep pools to enjoy. Located in the eastern part of the wilderness is the impressive Galiuro escarpment, an example of the fault-block development of the Basin and Range Province. Other small canyons containing perennial streams can be found in the area.
Directions: From Tucson, take Interstate 10 east to Benson and then north along Pomerene Road to Redington. At Redington, turn right beyond the bridge. You will need permission to cross State Trust Lands and private lands at this access point. An option would be to take Interstate 10 to exit 340 at Willcox and proceed 32 miles to the Muleshoe Ranch. Access to the area can also be obtained by following the four-wheel-drive Jackson Cabin Road from the ranch north to the wilderness boundary.

Redfield Canyon
Safford Field Office
711 14th Avenue
Safford, AZ, USA
(928) 348-4400
Official Website
Bureau of Land Management
Bureau of Land Management
 • Climbing
 • Camping
 • Hiking
 • Wildlife Viewing

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