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The Devil's Canyon/North Bruno Trail system offers access into an area of remote canyons, odd rock formations and bluff-faced peaks on the south end of the Chiricahua Mountains. After climbing through Devil's Canyon to Bruno Saddle, Devil's Canyon Trail #237 continues down into North Bruno Canyon. Here, it follows the riparian area to the junction with the North Bruno Trail. This trail connects the Devil's Canyon Trail to a trailhead off the Rucker/Tex Canyon Road, FR 74, at the end of FR 4818. From the Devil's Canyon/ North Bruno Trail junction one can chose to head up North Bruno Canyon and end the journey, or continue down North Bruno Canyon to explore of this remote area. The North Bruno Trail ends at a junction with a 4 WD road at the confluence of North and South Bruno Canyons. There is, however, no vehicular access to this point.

Forest Road 74 can be sued to make a loop incorporating part of the Devil's Canyon Trail and the North Bruno Trail.

Directions: From Douglas, Take Leslie Canyon Road north. Stay on the main road, which becomes Forest Road 74, for 38 miles. The North Bruno Trailhead is located further east and south on FR 74 at the intersection with FR 4818.

Elevation: 5,410 feet

Ending Elevation: 7,136 feet

Elevation Gain: 1,726 feet

Distance: 3.8 miles

Usage: Light

Difficulty: Strenuous

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