Pineline Trail

State: Arizona
Location: Tonto National Forest
Length, One-Way: 0.8 miles
Trail Type: Out and Back
Minimum Elevation: 7560 feet
Maximum Elevation: 7640 feet
Elevation Change: 80 feet
Best Season: Spring to Fall
Difficulty: Easy
Usage: Moderate

Trail Information

The Pineline Trail (#193) heads along a pine covered ridge and offers many spectacular vistas. The main scenic attraction is Pinal Mountain, which is revered for its scenic beauty. Combining the Pineline Trail with the Middle Trail (#202) provides a connection with many of the trails that head into the Pinal Mountains. The trail begins at Forest Road 651 directly across from Forest Road 651B heading to Signal Peak. The trail crosses FR 651 at a cattle guard and skirts around the Pinal Campground on the west. Middle Trail #202 terminates on the east about 1,000 feet south of the campground. The Pineline Trail continues for about a 1,000 feet more to the terminus at the Bobtail Ridge Trail (#194).


From Globe:
Drive south on Forest Route 112 for about 3.5 miles to Forest Route 55. Turn southwest and travel on FR 55 to its junction with Forest Route 651. Follow FR 651 until it ends near the trailhead. The trail begins on FR 651 across from Forest Road 651B.

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