“A short trail with a spring at the end (may or may not have water) and lots of interesting geology along the way.”
— Kaleb Kleiss Hoeft
Dogs: No Dogs
Need to Know
There is a wash at the beginning of the trail that is subject to flash floods during the wet season.
Loose stones and several switchbacks with a brittle type of stone can be found here.
The spring isn't guaranteed to have water in it based on the season but there are several interesting displays of geology in the form of walls and boulders. Keep an eye out for a couple geodes scattered in with the rubble along the trail. Remember to always leave what you find.
Flora & Fauna
Walking Stick Cactus and Prickly Pear grow along the entire trail.