Hiking The Arizona Trail - Blue Ridge Section
The 20th most popular hiking trail in Arizona.
Monday 1 August 2016 03:28 GMT
Northeast of Payson in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, the blazed Blue Ridge section of the Arizona Trail is an 8 mile one-way hiking trek across meadows, forests and canyons past nearby hot springs. It stretches from General Springs Cabin in the south to NFS Blue Ridge Campground in the north. From SR87, follow FS300 east for six miles to trailhead. The Arizona Trail follows Fred Haught Trail for a short distance.
Overall, Arizona Trail - Blue Ridge Section is the 20th most popular hiking trail of all 49 hikes in Arizona. Several of the better hiking trails are nearby Arizona Trail - Blue Ridge Section including General George Crook Trail, Highline National Recreation Trail, Mainstem Black River Trail, Woods Canyon Lake To Chevelon Lake, AD Bar Trail, Railroad Grade Trail, Willow Springs Lake Loop, .