Calling All Gold Diggers The Richinbar Mine, named after Richard N. Baker, operated from 1890 to 1948 and produced more than 30,000 tons of ore. Prior to this era, the land was inhabited by Native Americans. It is uncertain which tribes inhabited the area and are collectively referred to as the “Perry Mesa Tradition”. The, Read More

Towering Falls The Ho’opi’i Falls is an off-the-beaten path hike which only most locals know about. The Ultimate Kauai Guidebook called this the “Best Hidden Gem” and for good reason, it is simply spec-tac-ular!. This trail will provide you with the scared energy of the Garden Island and last you a lifetime . With the wonderment, Read More

A River Runs Along It Thompson Trail #629, named after the Thompson Ranch, was built in a combined effort with the Arizona Game and Fish Department, US Forrest Service, a grant from The Heritage Fund along with numerous volunteers. As you travel down FR 116, approximately 200 yards before the trailhead, you will see the foundation and, Read More