This lush, isolated, and mesmerizing spot at a 9,5000-foot elevation is home to elk, deer, and range cattle, as well as blue grouse, wild turkeys, and the occasional eagle. Adjacent to the meadow is the Blue Range Primitive Area, which provides access to miles of untouched wilderness and some stunning rugged terrain. It's a designated recovery area for the endangered Mexican gray wolf. Francisco Vásquez de Coronado and his party may have come through the meadow on their
famed expedition in 1540 to find the Seven Cities of Cibola.
Alpine Ranger District, Hannagan Meadow, Arizona, 85533, USA