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Pineline Trail # 193 follows a pine covered ridge with spectacular views. One of the main viewing attractions is The Pinal Mountain, which is noted for its scenic beauty and raggedness.

This trail combined with the Middle Trail #202 provides a connection between most of the trails that head out in the Pinal Mountains. The trail begins at the 651 road, across from road 651B to Signal Peak. It crosses the 651 road at the cattle guard and skirts the Pinal Campground on the west. Middle trail #202 terminates on the east about 1,000 feet south of the campground. The Pineline Trail #193 continues for another 1,000 feet and terminates on Bobtail Ridge Trail #194.

Directions: From Globe, Drive south on Forest Route 112 for about 3.5 miles to Forest Route 55. Turn southwest and travel on 55 to its junction with Forest Route 651. Follow 651 until it ends near the trailhead. The trail begins at the 651 road, across from road 651B.

Elevation: 7,560 feet

Elevation Gain: 80 feet

Distance: 0.8 miles

Usage: Light to Moderate

Difficulty: Easy

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Tonto National Forest, Arizona

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