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Red Hill Trail - # 56

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The Red Hill Trail (# 56) is 7.4 miles long. It begins at the Red Hill Trailhead and ends at Jct Trail # 105.

The trail is open for hiking and horse use, but like all Wilderness and Primitive Area trails, all types of motorized and mechanized travel are prohibited.

General Information

Latitude: 33.695916

Longitude: -109.189576

Length: 7.4 miles

Elevation: 8050 at trailhead


From Alpine, AZ travel south on US 191 for 14.2 miles. Turn left (east) on FR 567 and proceed 1.1 mile, and turn right (south) onto FR 567B. Proceed .4 mile to the Red Hill Trailhead.



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Difficulty Level: Intermediate


Difficulty Level: Intermediate


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