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East Baldy Trail Number 95

Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest
Greer, Arizona 85927
East Baldy Trail Number 95 webpage
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East Baldy Trail No. 95
Coordinates: 33.9303953, -109.490532
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About East Baldy Trail Number 95
The best parking is at the rear of Gabaldon Campground (Forest Road 113G). From the Eagar stoplight, travel west on AZ-260 for 17.1 miles to AZ-273. Turn left (south) on AZ-273 for 10.9 miles. The trailhead is on the right.

East Baldy Trail Number 95 offers the opportunity to enjoy meadows, sandstone boulders, and stands of mixed conifer. There are some strenuous portions of this trail, making the panoramic views a true reward. This is a wilderness trail where rules pertaining to wilderness areas apply and are enforced. Mt. Baldy Wilderness maps are available at the Springerville Ranger District office. The summit of Mt. Baldy is on Fort Apache Indian Reservation land. This area has been closed to all non-tribal members by the White Mountain Apache Tribal Council. Group size is limited to 12 people per hiking and equestrian group, and 6 people per group for camping.
From East Baldy Trail Number 95 webpage