This is a fun intermediate ride. There are about 2 1/2 miles of single track trails with some challenging rocky climbs. The configuration is basically a lollipop with a few spurs. The location also has several interesting archaelogical and historical features. There are several sites where you can view petroglyphs left by many different native people. There are also ruins of the towns of Charleston and Milltown. These were important during the time of the silver mining in nearby Tombstone. Milltown was the Southern- most of five stamp mills situated along the San Pedro river. This is also the trail head for the trail to Boston Mill 4 miles to the North. I do not recommend this trail for a mountain bike however. There is a 3/4 mile strech of the "trail" that is very deep loose sand in a dry wash. This is not a ride but an arduous push. Perhaps in the future a rideable trail will be constructed along this stretch. Boston Mill is easier to reach from the North from the Fairbank Ghoast Town trail head situated on Hwy 82.
Review: The first few miles of this trail were great, but it soon got to be a suffer fest with deep sand lasting the majority of the way. Wouldn't recommend, better suited for a hike to check out the historic significance.