We were looking for an easy hike. This was it! The Mogollon Rim Trail was just perfect. We ambled along a relatively flat trail, with 16 or 17 labeled spots along the way. (For about a half a mile the trail is wheelchair accessible.). We were walking in a lightly forested portion at the beginning which brought us to the rim of the geologic rim that runs from about central Arizona to southwestern New Mexico.
The vista at the rim was spectacular revealing forest of ponderosa pines as far as the eye could see.
This area has much historic significance because the rim was a fertile area for the pioneers and the Native Americans.
Although you won’t burn a lot of calories on this hike, you will learn a great deal about native flora and fauna and a bit of the story of the area. Not only good for a disabled person, this would be a great walk for a family with small children.
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