Tige Rim Trail

Area Status: Open
This area is Open
 

From Bonanza Bill trailhead hike south on Trail 23 to the Junction with trail #90 Tige Rim. Once you turn onto Trail 90 you leave the state of Arizona and the Blue Primitive Range, and enter in to the state of New Mexico and into the Blue Range Wilderness.  The trail takes a relatively moderate grade as it winds though the ponderosa pines.  After a few miles the trail will parallel a rock rim, from here users will be rewarded with excellent views over the Blue Range with the Mogollon Mountains of the Gila Wilderness in the background.  The trail winds along the rim for a few miles before dropping at a little moderate gradient down to junction with Trail 23, nearby Bonanza Bill Flat where the trail ends.  This trail is a moderately graded trail with excellent views, but no access to water.  Users are advised to plan in advance and carry extra water with them.

At a Glance

Usage: Light

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Directions:

From US 180 turn west on Forest Road 232 toward Pueblo Park Campground, for about 17 miles trail head will be on the left just past the junction with Forest Road 209. As an advisory this dirt road is in good condition up to the campground.  After Pueblo  Park a high clearance vehicle is recommended.  Also in poor weather conditions travel along FR 232 may not be advisable


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