This image of Mogollon Falls is scanned from an old ventage postcard online. Judging by the people sitting on the rock ledges, this waterfall must be about 35 feet high. I remember seeing this postcard in the late 1950’s. And... Kind old man Rice let my Dad & I, fish there 40 years ago. It is a wonderful place.
...and here is what it looks like on Google Satellite...
Another waterfall shown in the photo below is 25’ high. It is found on Mogollon Creek just downstream from Teepee Canyon. It is on the right-side of map below & marked on our map with the number 25. This upper Mogollon Creek waterfall was documented by Ben Billings. It is on public lands, in the Gila Wilderness.
name- Mogollon Falls
GPS coordinates- ±33°10.510’N 108°39.159’W
flow- perennial trout stream
ownership- Buckhorn Ranch - NO TRESPASSING
access- no access to the falls but they can be viewed from a ridge on National Forest land to the northwest a short ways
nearest town- Silver City is 40 miles southwest of here
fun fact- the owner kind old man Rice, in the old days... let those who ask... visit their waterfall…!!!!!!
Mogollon Falls has strong perennial flow and is a beautiful waterfall... BUT... It has the fate of being on private Land… Buckhorn Ranch is the owners… NO TRESPASSING…!!! ... is the sermon they preach. It appears near the bottom of our map below.
The waterfall shown in the photo above is 25’ high. It is found on Mogollon Creek just downstream from Teepee Canyon. It is on the right-side of map below & marked on our map with the number 25. It is on public lands, in the Gila Wilderness.
Or click on this link to see a new updated & enlarged map: http://www.dougscottart.com/hobbies/waterfalls/WestFkMogo.htm
Enhanced USGS 7.5’ topo map
the red section lines above are approximately one-mile squares
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