The Blue Wilderness, located on the Arizona/New Mexico border, has been the focus of an impressive ten-year effort of exploration and discovery. This little-known and underutilized region of America's untamed landscape has been our passion to explore, and the vast natural beauty we've encountered has been our ultimate reward. These historic trails were once traveled by the Spaniards in search of gold and silver, as well as by the Apaches on their journeys between Arizona and New Mexico. The area features unusual and stunning rock formations, such as towering hoodoos, striking white rock formations and sculpted rock formations reminiscent of Utah or even the Moon.
This remarkable country is home to large herds of elk, mule deer and bear, which roam freely due to the extreme remoteness of the area. One of the greatest benefits of exploring the Blue is the fact that it sees very little human use. Overall, it offers a truly grand and awe-inspiring wilderness experience at its finest!