Trigo Mountains Wilderness

Location and Description

The 30,300 acre Trigo Mountains Wilderness is located about 25 miles of Yuma, Arizona, in La Paz County.

The wilderness includes 14 miles of the Trigo Mountains ridgeline with Red Cloud Wash to the south, Clip Wash in the center, and Hart Mine Wash to the north. This wilderness is defined by sawtooth ridges, steep sided canyons and heavily dissected washes.

Recreation such as extended horseback riding and backpacking trips, sightseeing, hiking, and rock climbing are enhanced by the topography diversity, scenic character, as well as botanical, wildlife, and cultural values.



From Yuma, travel north along Highway 95 to the Martinez Lake Road. Travel west on Martinez Lake Road to the Imperial National Wildlife Refuge. Travel northwest on red Cloud Mine Road to Red Cloud Wash. Roads near the wilderness include Cibola Road, Hart Mine Wash Road, and Lopez Wash Road. High - clearance or four wheel drive vehicles are recommended for access to the wilderness boundary.

For More Information, Contact:
Bureau of Land Management
Yuma Resource Area
3150 Winsor Ave.
Yuma, Az 85365-2240

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