Alert: Please be prepared when hiking in the park. Bring plenty of water (about 1 quart of water per hour in the summer), salty snacks and/or electrolytes, sun protection, and appropriate hiking gear. Maintain physical distance with other hikers on the trail and follow CDC recommendations in response to Covid-19. Assess the weather and your personal preparedness before setting off on the trail. High temperatures and unexpected monsoon storms are common in the summer. Cold temperatures and snow are possible in the winter. Your safety is in your hands.
Rock the Rhyolite
Earn an I Hike for Health pin by hiking at Chiricahua National Monument!
Hiking is a great way to exercise while exploring the wonderland of rocks and the history of the American West at Chiricahua National Monument. The I Hike for Health program is a hiking challenge you can attempt on your own or with your friends and family. Stop into the visitor center to learn about the challenge and how to earn your pin while hiking some of the most beautiful trails in southeast Arizona.
Hiking GuideFind detailed descriptions of the trails below, or download the Hiking Guide .pdf (95KB)
Please note: Pets are only allowed on the lower canyon trails between the campground, visitor center, and entrance station on the Silver Spur Trail, Faraway Ranch Trail, and the campground. When walking your pet, be sure they are always on a leash connected to you at all times.
Short, gentle walks with little change in elevation.
Last updated: December 21, 2022