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AboutHannagan Meadow Lodge is the starting point for 26 kilometers of groomed and/or marked trails, offering opportunities to skiers of all levels. The Clell Lee trail, 5 km long, is a groomed loop along open drainages and through the forest and is for beginner and intermediate skiers. Ackre Lake is groomed, 10 km long, for beginner and intermediate skiers. The KP Rim-Willow Springs loop is in the Primitive Area and is marked but not groomed, runs 11 km for intermediate and expert skiers, and offers some of the best remote skiing anywhere in the Southwest. If you are lucky, you may even spot members of the reintroduced pack of Mexican gray wolves that call this area home. All skiing and snowmobiling trails start right at the Lodge, so there is no need to “camp” from your car all day to enjoy the fun. There are no fees to use these trails.
Hannagan Meadow Lodge is a wonderfully unique historical property, secluded high in the Arizona White Mountains at 9100 feet elevation. It is located on the scenic Coronado Trail, in the wilderness of Arizona’s Blue Range Primitive Area. Situated in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, the area offers acres of beautiful Engelmann spruce, Douglas fir, mixed conifer, aspen monarch and ponderosa pine trees. Completely isolated yet readily accessible, these serene meadows, hidden by open, old-growth forests, are the perfect place for great “flat-track” ski touring. Hannagan Meadow offers pristine winter beauty and quiet seclusion. We are located 22 miles south of Alpine on Route 191, near mile marker 232.
Contact InformationHannagan Meadow Website
Ski Rental Prices
|Adult - Standard Package||20.00||15.00|
|Junior - Standard Package||20.00||15.00|
|Senior - Standard Package||20.00||15.00|
Information last updated 03/18/2003.
Ski LessonsThe Nordic Center at Hannagan Meadow Lodge offers daily equipment rentals and snowmobile tours on a first-come, first-served basis, or you may bring your own equipment. The forest roads to the west of Hannagan Meadow provide a unique blend of dense forests interspersed with intimate cienegas and meadows that are perfect for the adventuresome snowmobiler.
DiningThe Hannagan Meadow Lodge Restaurant offers a full breakfast buffet daily, and fine dining for dinner, including prime rib, steak, salmon, chicken, and pasta. Serve-yourself lunch is available in the Hannagan Meadow Lodge General Store.
Lodging, Hotels, and CondosHannagan Meadow Lodge’s 8 freestanding cabins offer rustic, private accommodations, each with fireplace or wood-burning stove, and kitchenette or microwave. 8 bed-and-breakfast lodge rooms give a more refined comfort with beautiful antique furnishings. All lodging is reasonably priced between $55 - $150 per night. Advance reservations recommended. Enjoy a warm fire, companionship and good food and drink in the Hannagan Meadow Lodge restaurant.
Other Recreation NearbyThe Hannagan Meadow area offers a variety of winter activities, including perfect cross country ski trails, protected, groomed and maintained by the Alpine Ranger District. The Lodge’s snow tubing hill is the most popular activity for families (kids love it!), and there are acres of snowmobile trails nearby. Best of all: no crowds! Nearby area activities may include ice skating, ice fishing, dog-sledding competitions, Winterfest celebration, sledding and snowball fighting, and more.
Directions to Hannagan MeadowLocated at:
22 Miles South on Highway 191
Alpine, AZ 85920