Gila National Forest

At 2.71 million acres, the Gila National Forest is the largest forest in New Mexico, covering a significant portion of the southwestern part of the state. It is also the 6th largest forest in the continental U.S.

The Gila includes the Aldo Leopold, Blue Range and Gila Wilderness areas.


Big Bear Canyon Trail – Trail #28

Trotter Trail – Trail #30

Diamond Creek Trail – Trail #40

Fisherman’s Canyon Trail – Trail #48

Continental Divide Trail – Trail #74

Black Range Crest Trail – Trail #79

Railroad Canyon Trail – Trail #128

Gallinas Canyon Trail – Trail #129

West Fork Gila River – Trail #151

Prior Creek Trail – Trail #156

Middle Fork Gila River – Trail #157

Lilley Park Trail – Trail #164

Rain Creek Trail – Trail #189

West Fork Mogollon Creek – Trail #224

Hell’s Hole Trail – Trail #268

Aeroplane Mesa Trail – Trail #705

Little Bear Canyon Trail – Trail #729

Garcia Spring Trail – Trail #730