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There is also the option for canyoneering in the super rugged, upper box area.
Although this hike shares the canyon with state highway 78, traffic is light, and noise from it is rarely noticeable.
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Warning The upper box is not somewhere you want to be if flash flooding is a possibility.
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Hike: Where Arizona highway 78 crosses the forest boundary at milepost 165.
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There are some old rock walls in this area.
Beyond this point, the path continues up canyon along the north bank.
The local cattle have done a fine job blazing a trail through the copious catclaw.
At the edge of the flat, the path drops into the creek bed, and disappears.
Keep going upstream, and in another 0.
At this point, the old trail reappears, and travels up the side canyon for a few hundred yards, before arriving back at Black Jack Creek again, having bypassed a short, yet hike-able slick rock section.
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Cliffs of bizarrely sculpted volcanic breccia crowd the edges of the shady creek bottom.
At the east end of the box, the canyon turns northeast, and passes another large.
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The boulder covered creek bottom is click here and easy to follow for the most part.
The 5500 foot contour finds the creek bed passing through a narrow red rock canyon, while a giant rock lurks in the distance.
The creek soon passes near this enormous rock, which I refer to as "".
Its hand shape becomes more apparent as you continue up the canyon.
Black Jack Canyon soon considerably, as it enters a super rugged, upper box.
Seven hundred foot vertical canyon walls and dense tree cover create a dark and mysterious atmosphere.
Giant boulders, occasionally wedged between the canyon walls, attempt to stop your upward progress.
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This is the turnaround point for casual hikers.
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Adventurous souls with canyoneering skills and rope can continue on to enjoy another 0.
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Just above it, near the rim of the canyon, lies Blackjack Campground, which sits in a wide saddle next to highway 78.
Access between the waterfall area and the campground might be possible, but it looked like a very bad idea to me, so I chose not to explore that option.
Have fun, and be safe.
Gate Policy: If a gate is closed upon arrival, leave it closed after you go through.
If it is open, leave it open.
Leaving a closed gate open may put cattle in danger.
Closing an open gate may cut them off from water.
Please be respectful, leave gates as found.
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