Mogollon Rim including Knoll,
Potato, Woods Canyon, Willow
Springs and Bear Canyon Lakes

The Mogollon Rim is basically a long, tall cliff stretching east-west across the
middle of Arizona, dividing the state into northern and southern halves. For folks in
Phoenix or Tucson, traveling "up on the rim" means driving from the desert to the high
country. Among the many reservoirs atop the Mogollon Rim are Knoll Lake, Potato Lake,
Woods Canyon Lake, Willow Springs Lake and Bear Canyon Lake. At around 7,500 feet,
these and other lakes in the region serve as cool refuges from the summer heat of southern
Arizona. Knoll, Potato, Woods Canyon, Willow Springs and Bear Canyon Lakes are also
home to as many elk as you'll find anywhere in Arizona, and during the winter/spring
Bald Eagles nest in the tall pines. Of course, if you walk along the edge of the
Mogollon Rim you get a great view virtually every time you look south.




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Willow Springs Lake
 
Mogollon Rim, Arizona

 
Wildflowers at Potato Lake on the Mogollon Rim, Arizona
 
Wildflowers in Potato Lake on the Mogollon Rim, Arizona

Autumn aspen trees at Bear Canyon Lake atop the Mogollon Rim in Arizona
 
Autumn aspen trees at Bear Canyon Lake atop the Mogollon Rim in Arizona
 
Fall aspen trees at Bear Canyon Lake, Arizona
         
Autumn aspen trees at Bear Canyon Lake atop the Mogollon Rim in Arizona
 
Autumn aspen trees at Bear Canyon Lake atop the Mogollon Rim in Arizona
 
Autumn aspen trees at Bear Canyon Lake atop the Mogollon Rim in Arizona
 
Autumn aspen trees at Bear Canyon Lake atop the Mogollon Rim in Arizona

Knoll Lake on the Mogollon Rim, Arizona
 
Knoll Lake on the Mogollon Rim, Arizona
 
Knoll Lake on the Mogollon Rim, Arizona
 
Knoll Lake on the Mogollon Rim, Arizona

Mogollon Rim, Arizona
 
Mogollon Rim, Arizona
 
Mogollon Rim, Arizona

 
 
Woods Canyon Lake
 
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Willow Springs Lake, Arizona
           
Willow Springs Lake, Arizona   Mogollon Rim, Arizona