Saddle Road to Woolsey Peak and Signal Mountain Cutoff

3.8/5 (5 reviews)
There are hundreds, if not thousands, of roads in the Lower Sonoran Desert. Finding maps and knowing where these roads go is always a problem. This trail, however, is simple in that it is a significant connector trail allowing you to make a big loop trip utilizing Woolsey Peak and Signal Mountain W...Read More
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Highlights of Saddle Road to Woolsey Peak and Signal Mountain Cutoff

Desert Category IconDesert
Highest Elevation
808 ft
Shape of Trail
Connector
Typically Open
Year Round
Best Direction
N/A
Official Trail Name
8222
Nearest Town
Dateland
Nearest Services
Buckeye
Management Agency
Bureau of Land Management
District
Lower Sonoran Field Office

Overview

There are hundreds, if not thousands, of roads in the Lower Sonoran Desert. Finding maps and knowing where these roads go is always a problem. This trail, however, is simple in that it is a significant connector trail allowing you to make a big loop trip utilizing Woolsey Peak and Signal Mountain Wilderness Trail and Agua Caliente Road. Further, these roads can be used to create a route all the way to Blythe, California. While this one is short, its hill climbs and views of the surrounding mountains are impressive.

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5 Waypoints
17 Trail Photos
2 Trail Concerns
5 Community Reviews
1 Video
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