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Sipe White Mountains Wildlife Area

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Sipe White Mountains Wildlife Area

Sipe lies in the shadow of historically famous Escudilla Mountain in eastern Arizona. From Eagar, take U.S. Highway 180/191 south towards Alpine; you’ll see the turnoff signs on top of a mesa two miles from Eagar. Follow the improved dirt road five miles to the property. Park your car at one of two designated parking areas. Many of the facilities are barrier-free, and there is no entrance fee to the wildlife area or the visitor center. You are welcome to hike, bicycle or horseback ride on the property. The easiest way to get around is to follow the hiking trails. They’ll take you to wetlands, meadows, old homesteads and scenic vistas. There are four hiking trails at Sipe, ranging from easy to moderate hiking difficulty, with the longest being a 2.5 mile loop. Several wildlife viewing points are located on the trails, including one with a 20X spotting scope situated on the High Point Trail overlook for locating wildlife in the surrounding forest and meadows.

More information can be found on the Arizona Game and Fish Department - Sipe White Moutains Wildlife Area Website.

You can make cabin reservations to stay with us as you explore Arizona's Beautiful White Mountains.