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Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument
Mount Trumbull Wilderness Area
Wilderness Management Plan

Location and Description

This 7,880-acre wilderness lies 40 miles south of Colorado City, Arizona, just north of the Grand Canyon in Mohave County.

Located at the southern end of the Uinkaret Plateau and part of the Uinkaret Mountains, Mt. Trumbull is a large, basalt-capped mesa with slopes dominated by pinyon pine and juniper trees interspersed with groves of aspen and Gambel oak. The summit or the plateau is covered with ponderosa pine. These vegetation communities provide homes for mule deer, wild turkey, and the Kaibab squirrel.

Recreation opportunities include day hiking, watching and hunting wildlife, and photography.

Access

Access to the wilderness is Arizona State Road 389 from Fredonia and the Mt. Trumbull Road (Mohave County Roads 109 and 5). From St. George, Utah, access is the Quail Hill Road (BLM Road 1069) and the Mt. Trumbull Road (Mohave County Road 5). The Arizona Strip Field Office has a visitor map which shows wilderness areas and roads in detail.

Nonfederal Lands

Some lands around the wilderness are not federally administered. Please respect the property rights of the owners and do not cross or use these lands without their permission.

Related Maps

  • 7.5-minute Topographic: Mt. Trumbull NW, Mt. Trumbull NE, Mt. Trumbull SE
  • Also, Arizona Strip District Visitor Map
  • 1:100,000 BLM Surface Management: Mt. Trumbull
  • Game and Fish Management Unit 13A

For more information contact:


  Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument 
345 East Riverside Drive
St. George, UT 84790-6714
Phone: (435) 688-3200
Fax: (435) 688-3258
Monument Manager: Pam McAlpin
Hours:  7:45 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday-Friday
10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., Saturday


"No one must be allowed in the wild outdoors until he can prove he is ecologically housebroken."
Paul Petzoldt, 1974