Gila National Forest

The Gila National Forest boasts a rich history of the Mogollon and Apache Indians, Spaniards, Mexicans, ranchers, prospectors and miners. Apache Chiefs Mangas Coloradas, Geronimo, and Victorio, Aldo Leopold: conservationist, ecologist and author of the Sand County Almanac, and renowned lion hunter Ben Lilly are but a few of the personalities from the past that have left their mark in the Gila. Place names like Raw Meat Canyon, Tepee Canyon and Grave Canyon tell the tales of the past.

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Geronimo Trail Guest Ranch

Winston, New Mexico

Our ranch is located in the middle of the Gila National Forest. You will find some of the most beautiful, untouched country in the United States here. Come join us and we will show you why New Mexico is called the Land of Enchantment: from deep canyons to mountain tops, ponderosa forests to beautiful open meadows, the Gila National Forest has it all!

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