Bradshaw Ranger District
Size: 25,517 acres
Elevation: 2,800 - 7.000 feet
No of Trails: 8 (#30, #201, #225, #235, #236, #239, #240, #320)
This wilderness of 25,517 acres sits on the eastern slopes of the
Bradshaw Mountains and is characterized by extremely rugged topography
with prominent granite peaks that overlook the Agua Fria River.
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The primary vegetation at the lower elevations is saguaro cactus,
palo verde, and mesquite. As the elevation increases, grassland
species change into the chaparral community and the highest elevations
have ponderosa pine, Arizona whiteoak, and alligator juniper.