Upcoming Trail Runs, Overland Trips & Other Events
Upcoming Events Overview
Join me for a jaunt up to the top of House Mountain, offering insane views of the red rocks of Sedona. We'll take an alternative route (depending on the groups desires) back from the peak that I'm dubbing "Return from House Mountain", which is really just a fancy name for FR 9204Y/K, but would definitely make a sweet name for a movie. Amiright?
DETAILS & SIGN-UPS HERE
Tue, 10/13/2020 03:00 PM Mon, 10/19/2020 12:00 AM
Neither rain, nor virus nor protest shall prevent this event.
Meet: 8AM Daily (8:30 departure) at Kingman Powerhouse Visitor Center (MAP)
Peripheral events may or may not take place dependent upon circumstances in October.
All runs are 3.5- to-5 on a five-point scale.
Minimum 33-inch tires, lockers, high clearance and rocker and corner guards recommended.
Fri, 10/23/2020 09:00 PM Sun, 10/25/2020 06:00 PM
This year the party is in Cottonwood, AZ!
We've got plenty of fun planned (even beyond the fireside shenanigans and general good time!). Attend an easy to moderate trail ride on Saturday, or just play tourist in Cottonwood, Jerome or Sedona (did someone say winery tour?). Back at camp later you can enter to win some great Offroad Passport swag in the homemade salsa contest or one of our epic camp-challenge games!
So grab the family and come spend a weekend tent or RV camping with us at Dead Horse Ranch State Park. Don't be that person hearing about all the great stuff you missed for the next whole year - sign up now!
FYI - The name is a joke, there's nothing even close to "formal" about this event!
Open to Everyone! - Sign up & more information here...
Sat, 11/14/2020 Sun, 11/15/2020
Come spend the weekend exploring the area around Signal, AZ, an area rich with mining history and ruins. Our route is currently to be determined, but we ultimately hope to camp at a remote stone cabin we discovered years ago.
Club Members: Sign up & more information...
Sat, 11/21/2020 02:00 PM
Join us for a little pre-Thanksgiving workout, burning off some calories ahead of the big feast! This is my 5th annual run up the mountain to CK, a trip made awesome with the fall/winter weather, changing of the leaves, and a good amount of flowing streams! In running the trail once a year, it's amazing to see how the trail changes in those 1 year snapshots. I've seen it in snow, sun, rain, and cloud - from mild and 60 to freezing and 30.