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The Myrtle Trail is one of many trails found on the Mogollon Rim. Many other trails, such as the General George crook National Recreation Trail, are found in the area and make this a good destination for exploration.

General Information: The Myrtle Trail is one of many trails found on the Mogollon Rim. Many other trails, such as the General George crook National Recreation Trail, are found in the area and make this a good destination for exploration. Dispersed camping is available, as well as fishing in Bear Canyon and Knoll Lakes. Wildlife found in this vicinity include deer, elk, wild turkey, black bear and a variety of squirrels. The upper sections of the trail can be difficult to access in the winter months due to snow.

Directions: From East Canyon Lake, Drive east on FR 300 to trailhead just west of Myrtle Point.

Elevation: 7,500 feet

Ending Elevation: 6,000 feet

Elevation Gain: 1,500 feet

Distance: 0.3 miles

Difficulty: Easy

 
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Coconino National Forest, Arizona


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