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Coronado National Memorial, Hereford

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  • If you are afraid of heights, let someone else drive your vehicle. If you have a mountain bike or cross bike, ride to the top. There is a short hike and many other side trails when you get to the top....  more »
  • The staff is very friendly at this small visitor center that does a great job at encapsulating the history of the southwest. There are hiking trails and driving routes that give you awesome views of t...  more »
  • although the drive to the top was a little scary, it was well worth it. When you get to the top of the mountain after hiking about 1/2 mile the views are amazing. you can see the border line of the US...  more »
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  • This place is amazing. When you go be sure to stop by the ranger office. If you do you can sign up to get a free pin for the kids if they do a certain amount of hiking in the park. There are three major things to do, #1 the Cave #2 the Peak. and #3 the US/Mexico border trail #1 The real unique thing here is the cave. It is simply something everyone must do. You get unrestricted access to a huge cave with many smaller caves in it. In all my years of travel. I have been in many caves but they were always guided tours. As this is a 'dead' cave you can go where ever you want and just have to respect not breaking anything. Because of this it is the most free I have seen a cave that children can go in. Simply the best experience you can have. #2. For a fast and fun hike do the peak. You drive up to the top and only have less than a mile to get to the top vantage. There is history signs up the climb about Coronado and the expedition. This is a great mix of history and hiking where there is just the right amount of each. At the start fo the trail is a bathroom and this comes in handy as few other trails have this so far up. A great hike for sure. #3. The Mexican border fence. This trail as an offshoot of the peak trail takes you down the mountain and to the fence with the US/Mexico border. My group did not make the full trek as we had already done the cave and the peak but we did do the ridge trail to see down to the border. Another interesting opportunity at this park.
  • Absolutely breathtaking sites by car or foot if your in southern Arizona this is a must see you can make it to the summit parking area from 92 in much less than an hour and roads go all the way to nogales ( with suv or truck ) weird and beautiful mountains with a view that extends many miles into Mexico
  • Notable border scenery and new displays at visitors center. Path I walked was nicely maintained. Weather will be critical to an enjoyable visit.
  • If you're doing the Arizona Trail nearby, be sure to stop by here and sign the visitors book and get your trail passport stamped. Very nice National Park Service building an friendly staff.
  • The hiking opportunities here are amazing!