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Southeastern Arizona Trail Question

About a decade ago, some friends and I took a trip to Arizona and did some off-roading.

I'm inquiring if anybody knows of a trail that has a huge rock overhang as part of a campsite (maybe 150 feet tall) and there may be some stream crossings to get to it.

This trail would be near (within 75 miles of) Coronado National Forest or Chiricahua National Monument.

Any help would be appreciated.
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We have Chiva Falls near Tucson, about 10miles northeast of Tucson. The falls themselves are tall, but I don't think 150ft. When there is water, you have to cross it a few times as you approach the falls.

There is also Aravaipa Canyon, but again the cliffy area isn't 150 ft tall. Almost always running water there, and you cross it several times if you come in from the pavement side (versus from the Rug Road side).

Just throwing ideas out.

Do you remember any features on the trail, like was it low desert rocky or high desert, or anything?


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sounds like turkey creek.

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Thanks for all the help! I think I know where it is now...
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We are planning on heading out that way on May 4th.

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