Woodchute Wilderness Trails Topo Map

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Named for a long wooden chute once used to deliver ponderosa timbers down the mountain to the mines in Jerome, Woodchute Wilderness is located in the northern portion of the Mingus Mountains. Although fewer than 6,000 acres in size and more of a timbered mesa than a mountain, it is one of the more easily accessible and frequently visited wilderness areas in Arizona. State Route 89A, winding up from the Sonoran desert through grassland, oak, and piƱon-juniper woodland to the ponderosa-Gambel oak forest at Mingus Pass, is interesting for its own sake. In addition to the above-mentioned tree species, the wilderness harbors some very large alligator juniper. Mule deer, rock squirrel, bobcat, and gray fox are at home in the Woodchute Wilderness, along with black-capped chickadee, pygmy nuthatch, saw-whet owl, scrub jay, and a variety of other birds. This trail guide covers an area with 6 miles of trails.
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Jerome, Arizona

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Mar 2018