Houston Brothers Trail Topo Map

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This is a historic trail that starts at an old cabin and ends at the Mogollon Rim. It’s also a delightful hike through ponderosa pine and across aspen-lined meadows. This hike is part of the Cabin Loop, a system of trails that connects three historic cabins in the rim country. Water is usually present in the creek, and the valley bottom makes for a pleasant hike. There is little sign of the heavy logging that has taken place on the ridges, and large ponderosa pine and graceful quaking aspen line the grassy meadows. About 1.4 miles from the trailhead, you’ll pass Aspen Spring, where a road comes down to the trail. Less than a mile of easy hiking through open meadows leads to McFarland Spring. When you near the head of Houston Draw, the forest becomes more alpine: a mix of Douglas-fir, white fir, and ponderosa pine.
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Flagstaff, Arizona

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