Arizona Trailblazers Hiking Club
Idaho Pass-Wolverine Pass Day Hike
when Trip Report : November 21, 2020
where Goldfield Mountains
the hike     Idaho Pass has outstanding views of the southwestern Goldfield Mountains, and the Wolverine Pass Trail is an interesting route through the southern foothills.
    Long ball hitters can include Bulldog Canyon, which has the Mask Arch, Pyroclastic Cave, and views of the Peak 3134 Ridgeline. A portion of this route can include bushwhacking.
    Part of this hike is described on pages 31-32 of Goldfield Mountain Hikes by Ted Tenny, with a map on page 149.
distance 4 miles (short) or 7 miles (long)
time 3-5 hours
EC +- 300' (short) or +- 700' (long) elevation change
elevations 2014' (bottom of cat trail) to 2233' (wilderness gate)
type loop
starting at
Idaho Access 33° 27.930' N,  111° 32.723' W  [NAD27]
on trail 100% — Deer Tanks, Bulldog Canyon, and Wolverine Pass Trails
rating "C"     Rate yourself as a hiker.
dogs allowed no
cost The club allows voluntary contributions of $5 per non-member.
weather Apache Junction
meet 8:00 AM at the Idaho Access.
drive
•  Go east on Brown Road or US 60 to Idaho Road.
Turn left and go north on Idaho Road.
Idaho Road dead ends northbound at the Idaho Access, where there is a parking lot but no facilities.

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