North of Alpine in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, the Terry Flat Loop is an easy six mile loop through high mountain meadows surrounded by wavering stands of aspen and thick forests of spruce and fir will keep your interest perked to, Use what is just around the next bend! Also, dont overlook the ample opportunities for vista-viewing off into the Punchbowl and New Mexico. Deer and elk are common in the area, as well as large raptors and bears. If the mountain bike loop and high elevation is not enough to wipe you out, then take a walk on the wild side and stroll to the top of Arizonas third highest peak, Escudilla Mountain; remembering of course, that bikes get left behind at the trailhead because Escudilla Mountain is a wilderness!
Overall, Terry Flat Loop is the 82nd most popular mountain bike trail of all 103 mountain biking rides in Arizona.