This trail is a nice one. It is quite a chore to drive to the trailhead, however, and you have to crawl for 17 miles on a steep, curvy one-lane dirt road that is well-rutted. Oh yeah - did I mention this whole area is one of southern Arizona's most active illegal drug smuggling routes? If you like feeling seeing border patrol agents hiking around in flak vests with automatic rifles slung over their shoulders, then this trail's for you. It's too bad, too, because the terrain is beautiful. The trailhead is a nice, shaded area with ample parking. The trail is not well-marked, so you need to look carefully and if in doubt, follow the creek. My son and I hiked all the way to the border fence, and we had a blast. There are some really nice swimming holes, so bring your swim trunks and a sack lunch - take care NOT to swim in still pools. The wildflowers here are stunning. The hike is really easy, as the trail is pretty much flat. So, it isn't a hard workout by any stretch. The stream descends into a carved out rocky canyon with Arizona and straight Sycamores, wildflowers, foxtail bushes and mesquite groves in abundance. The rocks in the stream are slippery, so bring shoes with good tread and I strongly recommend a hiking pole. We didn't see and drug smugglers or illegal aliens, which was surprising. Bring a hat, sunscreen and a camera.