Bonanza Bill Trailhead

Area Status: Open
This area is Open
 

Trailhead for the Bonanza Bill Trail (# 23) and Tige Rim Trail (# 90), providing access into areas of the eastern Blue Range Primitive Area as well as the Blue Range Wilderness in New Mexico.

At a Glance

Area Amenities: Parking
Usage: Light-Medium
Best Season: April through November
Restrictions: No mechanized vehicles (including mountain bikes) permitted in the Primitive Area
Closest Towns: Alpine, Arizona -28.4 miles

General Information

Directions:

Drive 3 miles east from Alpine, AZ on US 180 to Forest Road 281 (Blue River Road). Turn south and follow this scenic back road 20.7 miles to the Pueblo Park Road (Forest Road 232). The Bonanza Bill Trailhead is 4.7 miles east on this dirt road just before it crosses the New Mexico state line. A wood fenced corral serves as a landmark.


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Location

 
  Latitude : 
33.606143

  Longitude : 
-109.049168

 



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