Chivo Falls Professional Review and Guide
"This great hard-core trail features Chivo Falls. During wet periods, water flows over a high rock ledge and drops dramatically to a pool below. This cool, shaded halfway point on the route is a popular place to stop for lunch. Narrow, rocky trail that drops into Tanque Verde Canyon then follows the canyon creek bottom. Usually, the creek is relatively dry, but during rainy periods deep crossings are possible.
One obstacle called “Three Feathers” has various routes from which to choose, some more difficult than others. The last 0.1 miles before Chivo Falls is difficult and tippy, but this part can be walked. Generally, this trail is driven by modified vehicles, but aggressive stock vehicles can probably get through with some help. There are no monster obstacles, but you can find tough stuff if that’s what you want. Lockers, high ground clearance and skid plates recommended. Route-finding is complex. Don’t drive this trail alone."