Galiuro Wilderness Trails Topo Map

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Originally set aside by congress as 52,717 acres in 1932 and enlarged to 76,317 acres by the Arizona Wilderness Act of 1984, the Galiuro Wilderness is remote, rough, and one of the least-visited backcountry regions in southeastern Arizona. Solitude awaits those who venture across miles of gravel roads to explore its rugged canyons. Although quite low when compared to some neighboring mountain ranges, the Galiuros support a surprising diversity of plant life. Grasslands, scrub oak, and piñon-juniper dominate its lower slopes. Ponderosa pine covers higher elevations, and Douglas fir, alligator juniper, cottonwood, Arizona walnut, sycamore, and bigtooth maple grow in its cool, deep canyons. A few aspens grow in canyon bottoms, and a small grove of these trees clings to the north side of 7,663-foot Bassett Peak, the wilderness area’s high point.
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Willcox, Arizona

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