Gobbler Point Trail is a 2.7 mile lightly trafficked trail located near Alpine, AZ and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible from March until November.
Directions from Alpine: Drive south on US 191 approximately 28 miles to Forest Road 25. Head west on Forest Road 25 about 7 miles to Gobbler Point Road, #8154, on the left (south) side of Forest Road 25. Follow this road left at the first forks and right at the second forks three miles to the end of the road. The trail begins at the trailhead poster board.
HEADS UP - this is NOT a trail, just a route that someone included here without explanation. There has never been a constructed, maintained trail in this location. Treat this as an off-trail route.
Not much of a trail from what we could tell by following the directions in the trail guide. We never were sure we were in the right place at all and totally lost any sense of a trail less than a mile in from the road. It may be a nice view but we'll never know. Consider using GPS as it is easy to get turned around. We climbed up to find a view down into a canyon that was less than spectacular.