11,420 ft / 3,481 m

#8 in Arizona

#3,231 in United States


4,720 ft / 1,439 m

#6 in Arizona

#109 in United States


6 summits

#116 in Arizona

#3,342 in United States

Top climbing months

July   42%

April   14%

June   14%

Most climbed route

East Baldy Trail


  • Mount Baldy is the highest point in the White Mountains, Arizona.
  • Highest point in the state after the 6 summits of the San Francisco Peaks near Flagstaff.
  • The peak of Mount Baldy rises above the tree line and is left largely bare of vegetation, lending the mountain its name.
  • The summit of Mount Baldy is within the Fort Apache Indian Reservation and is off-limits to hikers without permission.
  • An unnamed sub-peak with an elevation of 11,400 ft exists approximately 0.5 miles to the north of the summit that is off reservation and accessible to the public via maintained trail.
  • Mount Baldy is one of the most sacred mountains to the Apache of Arizona.
  • Mount Baldy also contains the headwaters of the Salt River and produces the most abundant trout fishing streams in Arizona.
  • No other mountain in Arizona produces as much rivers and streams, and the area around Mount Baldy has the greatest amount of precipitation in Arizona.
  • From historic Fort Apache, Mount Baldy rises 6,130 vertical feet.