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  1. We're interested in exploring the many pristine beaches along the Sea of Cortez, from San Felipe to Loreto in Baja de California, Mexico. We would be posting this as a ORP Club trip limited to 5 or 7 vehicles including leaders. We expect to be gone a week to 10 days, depending on what the group decides. This will be posted as easy 4x4, but will be required to have recovery points and some lift. EDIT: Looking at this more closely together, @Number7 and I think we would prefer to only go as far down the coast to about El Colorado, if that far, going from San Felipe to 2 or 3 other beach 'campos', and mostly hanging out, before heading back the same way. If we altered the trip to less distance, and 4 - 5 nights of beach camping (gone 7 days max) would you still be into going @alexshel44 & @shellback91 We are researching all the beach camps and hotels along the way for prices and amenities. Crossing the US Border We plan to cross the US Border into Mexico in Mexicali. We will stay together as a group until everyone is through the border and visa office. You will need a US Passport or a US Passport Card We will check in at the border to buy the required visas (depends on number of days we decide to stay) San Felipe - what Rocky Point used to be From there we'll go down to San Felipe for the night, either camp or get rooms at one of the many places to choose from. https://en.sandollarresort.com/ The next day we'll embark upon our journey to discover lazy days and fish tacos at pristine deserted beaches. We will explore along the coast each day until we decide where to stop for the night. There are camp sites and little hotels all along the way. If we decide just to stay a whole day and swim, we will. We'd like the trip to be fluid, and take shape along the way rather than have a set agenda. Some of the campos and points of interest: Leave San Felipe and drive MX Hwy 5 south along the sea of Cortez, stopping along the way at cool places. We will at times take dirt roads to beach coves. Several we've noted in google maps: Bahia Santa Maria Jenny's Beach Resort https://chenowthlegacylodge.com.mx/ After more consideration of this trip, the points of interest below are further than we intend to travel this time: San Francisquito Bahia de los Angeles Daggets Camp ground has palapas with fire pits, and there's running water and hot showers (I have found that there are many campos with showers and toilets in various states of repair) Bahia de los Angeles Museum Puerto San Francisquito Playa del Barril Bahia Concepcion Homeward Bound On the way home we can either go back the way we came, or we can take MX Hwy 1, which goes along the Pacific coast to Ensenada and Tijuana. We can talk about this before going and come up with a plan. There is not a lot that I want to see on the pacific side per se, but I'm not completely adverse to returning that way. The area around Ensenada is noted to be very beautiful. If someone wants to go on this trip but they can't be gone that long, they could go back early with another member. So if you want to go home early, pair up with someone who also wants to leave early. We'd prefer if everyone stays in pairs at least! Considerations: ~You will need Mexican pesos to buy things and tip people. There are several easy ways to obtain them: Purchase pesos at the border - usually fees and higher than going exchange rate I opened a WISE account, moved some US Dollars into it, and converted them into MX Pesos at the going rate for a very low conversion fee. When I get to the MX border, I'll go to a regular ATM to pull out pesos, and I'll use my WISE debit card wherever I can for food, gas, etc. You can buy pesos from your bank if you have a debit account at one of the big national banks such as Chase, Wells Fargo, BofA, etc. ~We will be monitoring US Travel advisories and news from Baja prior to the trip, and will cancel/postpone in the event it's not safe to go. Post in this thread if you'd be interested in going Interested: @Number7 & @dzJeepChic @alexshel44 @shellback91 @ob1jeeper @Ken Ford @Goose
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    Explore the famous and historic Bradshaw Trail in Southern California with us, an 80 mile overland-style journey through some gorgeous landscapes. We'll check out some historic sites, explore the Chuckwalla Mountains, and drive through the amazing Red Canyon. DETAILS & RSVP HERE Please note this is an Offroad Passport Club members-only event. View membership options → THE JOURNEY 3 days, 2 nights Overall mileage is 104 miles Our trip will take us from Blythe, CA to Chiraco Summit, CA We will take a range of roads that span the spectrum of surface types, including pavement, gravel, soft and deep sand, and rock TRAIL INFORMATION Difficulty Rating: Easy Trail Condition Concerns: Deep soft sand (chief concern) Washboards & Washouts Steep moderate climb out of Red Canyon - possible off-camber Possible UXO (unexploded ordinance) south of the main Bradshaw Trail - that is the Chocolate Mountain gunnery range. Any metal object found in the dirt in that area should be assumed to be explosive. REQUIREMENTS DRIVER REQUIREMENTS Trip is suitable to all experience levels Willingness to commit to significant seat time with us A cool head and a positive attitude VEHICLE REQUIREMENTS Trip is suitable to any high-clearance 4x4 with LOW RANGE Trip is suitable for overland-style offroad-trailers All vehicles are required to meet state legal requirements, (i.e.: current registration and insurance) & have functional seat-belts for each occupant Must have suitable recovery points front and rear Must have quality, durable, aggressive all-terrain or mud-terrain tires Must have an operational GMRS radio or Ham Radio capable of GMRS frequencies Must have a full-size spare tire
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    Enjoy a fun loop around the San Francisco Peaks on this 1-night overland-style trip through the Coconino National Forest Full details & and sign-ups here! Please note this is an Offroad Passport Club members-only event. View membership options →
  4. Mogollon Rim- 7-16-22 - Easy To Moderate My wife and I will be in Payson 7-15 through 7-17 escaping the summer heat. She is not a camping person so we are staying at a hotel in town. There are camping spots all over up there if you want to camp Friday(7-15) or Saturday night or both nights. My plan is to run a few easy Mogollon Rim trails on 7-16 while we are up there. I want to revisit the area and check out some cabins, one of which is a short hike off one of the trails. If my math is correct we are looking at about 60 miles total. These are mainly easy trails where, based on prior experience, we can make good time. Here's the trails I have mapped out. Rim Road- I am starting on the East side off of HWY 260. This will be run West to the next trail. Cabin Loop Trail- We will run a good portion of this trail over to the next trail. FR 139G- We will run this short 2 mile trail south. Per TrailsOffroad there is an old homestead next to Aspen Spring that is worth checking out. They say the hike is easy and less than a 1/2 mile(one way) off this trail. Dick Hart Ridge- The previous trail ends here so we will continue south until this trail ends at Rim Road(FR 300) Rim Road- We will run this West to HWY 87 from where Dick Hart Ridge ends. . Meet-Up & Departure: Time: 0830 at the Rim Road trailhead off of Hwy 260. (Old Rim Road Visitor Center) There is an area there for all of us to stage up and air down. If folks want to meet 30 minutes earlier I am open to that as well. Depart NLT 0900 Google Map here. No service stations near by, recommend to top off off in or around Payson on the way in. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION This trip is subject to cancellation or postponement due to rain, fire, inclement weather or $10 a gallon gas. Communications: GMRS - Channel 20 (462.675 MHz) Other Considerations: Plenty Of Water & Food (pack a lunch and snacks!) Dress for the weather. Folding chairs Sunscreen Camera Emergency supplies / Med Kit No facilities, plan accordingly DRIVER & VEHICLE REQUIREMENTS This trail is suitable for beginner for 4x4 enthusiasts. Be advised there is a good mix of terrain including but not limited to some mild off camber sections and loose rock in various spots. Vehicle Minimums: All vehicles are required to meet state legal requirements, (i.e.: current registration and insurance) Each vehicle must have a GMRS or HAM Radio in good working order Have functional seat-belts for each occupant Must have suitable recovery points front and rear High-clearance 4x4's with low-range 30"+ aggressive all-terrain or mud-terrain tires SIGN-UPS Post a reply in this thread saying you'd like to go and I'll put you on the roster! I am setting it at 10 including me for now. Once the limit is reached, anyone asking to sign-up will be placed on the standby list. Please don't hesitate to sign-up as a standby because people often do drop-out so you may get to still go. @shellback91 & Mrs. shellback91 @Large_Marge @Ken Ford @ZR2-Ben @English Al @Jbjr Standby
  5. Experience the famous Perseid Meteor Shower from near 6,000 ft! Our trip will include a daylight drive to the top of a mountain where we will be able to enjoy sunset in one of the most beautiful areas in the state. Once the sun has gone down and the stars have revealed themselves, we will be treated by the Perseid Meteor Shower, which happens to peak that night. Once we've taken in the views, we'll do a fun night run back to the staging area. CLICK HERE for full details and RSVP Please note this is an Offroad Passport Club members-only event. View membership options →
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    The last adventure around Mammoth was so much fun, we're doing it again for those that missed it! Saturday & Sunday we'll hit a total of 3 to 4 very scenic moderate-rated trails including the famous Tucson Wash. Saturday night will be primitive tent camping near one of the trails. There's an optional extra trail on the way home Sunday (rated difficult). Full details & RSVP here... Please note this is an Offroad Passport Club members-only event. View membership options →
  7. Natural springs in the low desert, petroglyphs, stone cabins, narrow canyons, and beautiful views - how much more could you pack into a single day run! Details and RSVP here... Please note this is an Offroad Passport Club members-only event. View membership options →
  8. Cherry Creek is a 41 mile run through the Sierra Anchas that spans a range of geographies from mountain pine to low desert. This trip is considered a bit of a swan song for the trail as it is slated to be closed by the Forest Service via their recent Travel Management Plan. We have a short span of time where running the trail is still allowed. Details & RSVP Here (repost)... Please note this is an Offroad Passport Club members-only event. View membership options → TRAIL DIFFICULTY: Exploratory Experience driving difficult trails recommended. Trail gains its rating for the following reasons: Off camber: mild to extreme Possible high water crossings Narrow shelf roads Trail/switchback washouts guaranteed Potential for body damage Vehicle Minimums: All vehicles are required to meet state legal requirements, (i.e.: current registration and insurance) & have functional seat-belts for each occupant Must have suitable recovery points front and rear Rock sliders/rocker protection Skid plate protection of important components Flexy suspension with sway bar disconnects High-clearance 4x4 with low-range 33"+ aggressive all-terrain or mud-terrain tire Each vehicle must have a GMRS or Ham Radio in good working order Vehicle Recommendations: Winch, aftermarket differential covers, high-clearance metal bumpers, low axle gearing, 4:1 transfer case, 35"+ tires. Spare fuel if you have a thirsty rig (trail is only 40 miles, but there is only 1 shot at refueling in Roosevelt before you hit a long, dead stretch of highway home). Driver Requirements: Experience on difficult trails is a plus A cool head and a positive attitude
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    Red Creek is an amazing hidden desert oasis only about 90 minutes from Cave Creek, AZ. Join us on this unique moderately difficult 4x4 trail that runs right through the creek. We'll tent camp where the the canyon collides with the Verde River, enjoying the relaxing sounds of running water and the beauty of several large oak trees. After leisurely breaking camp the next morning, we'll travel the same route in reverse to exit. Full details & RSVP here... Please note this is an Offroad Passport Club members-only event. View membership options →
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    Join us for an epic 2-day overland adventure across the famous Devil's Highway in southern Arizona! Details & RSVP here... Note this is an Offroad Passport Club members-only event. View membership options →
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    Spend a week exploring a range of exciting & scenic trails throughout Moab, Utah - the Mecca of the 4x4 world! Details & RSVP here... Note this is an Offroad Passport Club members-only event. View membership options →
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    Join me for 3 days, 2 nights and approximately 145 miles of exploration on this overland style run. This route will take us from the south end of the KOFA National Wildlife Refuge to the north where we'll wind up on I-10 Sunday. This scenic area is known for wildlife and old mines & cabins from the mining glory days. Details & RSVP here... Note this is an Offroad Passport Club members-only event. View membership options →
  13. Thursday last week George @Number7 and I attended a Bullhead 4 Wheelers trailride. There was a large turnout for a 3.5 out of 5 rated trail; turns out there were bi-passes to the really tough obstacles. When I read the trail description to him, G was all in: The trail begins just east of Moss Back Mine. Narrow passage requiring side wall traction. Frequent large rocks in difficult terrain. Low range 4WD required in sections. Obstacles could result in body damage. Some obstacles will require traction devices. Click here for My pics Doug our leader did a demo of the most technical section. I thought G would gracefully bow out, but he didn't. Continued...
  14. Rescheduled Run Sat 9/18/2021: Montana Mountain Loop: Near Gold Canyon, AZ: Easy to Moderate (Photo credit https://funtreks.com) Join me on a 29 mile scenic high-mountain loop in the East valley. Montana Mountain - This trail rated Easy to Moderate. Heading up there are some steep and narrow parts that could be rutted depending on recent weather. There are some switchbacks on the east side coming down. 4 Low is recommended for this section to help control descent speed. GPX files: I have my own as well that I based off TrailsOffroad. If you 'd like that one as well let me know and I will add it. From Trails Offroad From FunTreks State Trust Land Permit Required Get it here: https://land.az.gov/applications-permits MEET-UP: 09:00 AM near the OHV parking lot near the trailhead. This is a big dirt lot so we can find a spot for all of us to stage up and air down. 33.27601, -111.27635 Google Map here. No service stations near by, recommend to top off off in Gold Canyon on the way in. Rough Itinerary Air down and depart meet up location NLT 09:30. Total time to complete the run is listed at approximately 5-6 hours(Depending on how may stops we make etc.) so we should be aired up by mid-afternoon. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION This trip is subject to cancellation or postponement due to rain or inclement weather. Communications: GMRS - Channel 20 (462.675 MHz) Ham - 146.460 MHz NOTE: I use GMRS primarily. If we are going to have a mix of GMRS & HAM we can coordinate comms at meet up. Other Considerations: Plenty Of Water & Food (pack a lunch and snacks!) Bring a jacket or warm clothing, we will be climbing to over 5,400 feet. Folding chairs Sunscreen Camera Emergency supplies / Med Kit No facilities, plan accordingly DRIVER & VEHICLE REQUIREMENTS This trail is suitable for beginner for 4x4 enthusiasts. Be advised there are a few steep climbs with loose rock and some mild off-camber areas. Our descent will be down the switchbacks on the east side where engine compression and well-maintained brakes will come in handy. Vehicle Minimums: All vehicles are required to meet state legal requirements, (i.e.: current registration and insurance) Each vehicle must have a GMRS or HAM Radio in good working order Have functional seat-belts for each occupant Must have suitable recovery points front and rear High-clearance 4x4's with low-range 30"+ aggressive all-terrain or mud-terrain tires SIGN-UPS Pets and long haired freaky people are welcome. Post a reply in this thread saying you'd like to go and I'll put you on the roster! This is my first time leading so I want to keep the rig count manageable so I am setting it at 9 including me. Depending on who comes I could be talked into adding more. Once the limit is reached, anyone asking to sign-up will be placed on the standby list. Please don't hesitate to sign-up as a standby because people often do drop-out so you may get to still go. Previous attendee's get dibs on the first four spots. Please let me know if you can make it or not. Attending: @shellback91 (Leading) @Trail Toy @AZLugz Mrs. @Trail Toy Stand-by: @SlyDawg
  15. Sorry about the last minute post! We decided to do some maintenance at John desert4x4's memorial before we move in a couple months. This is a run is Sunday, May 2, on Sunflower Mine Trail, but not the loop down in the creek. We're going in/out the moderate way in and out, not the difficult loop through the creek. I'm taking container, and I got some note pads and stuff. We'll do some clean up around the site, trim the bushes and just check on things in general, and have lunch there. Returning the same way we went in. Meet up: 9:30 AM @ Ba'ja Gas Station/Chevron Map Here... (FYI I recommend you fuel up elsewhere as Ba'ja is pricey!) What to Bring: Plenty of water, lunch, snacks, sun-screen, hat, sunglasses, camera, usual trail gear i.e. tools, etc. Trail Conditions & Rig Minimums: The trail is rated moderate due to a few rocky ascents and descents, but is otherwise easy. It is suitable for high-clearance 4x4's with low-range and aggressive all-terrain or mud-terrain tires. Must have suitable recovery points front and rear and CB or Ham Radio in good working order. Trail Leaders: @dzJeepChic & @Number7 Attending:
  16. We decided to do some maintenance at John desert4x4's memorial before we move in a couple months. This is a run is Sunday, May 2, on Sunflower Mine Trail, but not the loop down in the creek. We're going in/out the moderate way in and out, not the difficult loop through the creek. I'm taking container, and I got some note pads and stuff. We'll do some clean up around the site, trim the bushes and just check on things in general, and have lunch there. Returning the same way we went in. Sign up and more info here...
  17. FYI - The name is a joke, there's nothing even close to "formal" about this event! UPDATE: The location has changed to a dry/dispersed campsite instead of the campground, see below! 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. Don't be that person hearing about all the great stuff you missed for the next whole year - sign up now! Location: Our original campground reservation was canceled due to COVID-19... Location confirmed! We've found a dispersed camp spot accessible by higher-clearance trucks/SUVs and RVs. It's 30 minutes east of Camp Verde, just off AZ Hwy 260 on Forest Road 142H. I don't believe the Forest Road is signed with a number, so you'll need the map or GPS coords below. Google Maps link... GPS coordinates: 34.505833, -111.582222 Alternate coordinates format: 34° 30.35' N, 111° 34.9333' W Photo of the turnoff here... just EAST of mile marker 241! Important: This spot is currently bone dry but would be too muddy for RV's if it rains a ton the week before the event. Just in case, we have a backup location about 10 miles away, right off AZ Hwy 87. Cost: Camping Cost: There is no longer a camping fee due to the change in location, please contact us if you pre-paid and did not already receive a full refund. Suggested Donation: This is our annual fundraising event and a donation of $15/person (adult) would be greatly appreciated. We're not doing a raffle or receiving anything from campsite fees this year. Club & Supporting Membership fees typically only cover our absolute most basic operating costs and so we're really relying on folks to donate. Please see Diane at the event to make your donation. Itinerary: Friday Arrive anytime, most folks show up mid afternoon. Setup your campsite. NEW: Pumpkin carving on-your own anytime after arrival. Dinner (self-prepared) and social time, be sure to welcome any new faces! Saturday Morning Depart camp 9 AM for trail ride (details below), or head into Cottonwood/Jerome on your own for touristy stuff, or just hang out and relax at camp! Saturday Afternoon / Evening Offroad Passport Annual Salsa Contest! Jack-o-Lanterns that were carved on Friday go on display! GAMES!!! Navigation Challenge, Tent Erection Challenge, maybe more! Join the fun and win prizes! Social time, visit with old friends and get to know new folks! Sunday Leisurely break camp & head home anytime! Important Details: Be sure to bring everything you need for meals, including to cook with (there are no common grills, tables, or seating). Alcohol at camp is OK - please be responsible and respectful. ABSOLUTELY NO DRINKING & DRIVING! This is a family-friendly event! Saturday Trail Ride: We'll lead an easy to moderate rated trail ride: Clover Springs / FR 142, click here for details... Be sure to you are at the campsite before 9AM on Saturday if you're coming on the trail ride! We will be traveling on paved roads from camp to the trail and back, so vehicles must be street-legal/licensed or towed. CB Channel: 4 or Ham Frequency: 146.460Mhz (it's ok if you don't have either for this run) Remember to bring your lunch, plenty of water, and chairs! NEW!! Pumpkin Carving Contest: Bring your own pumpkin and carving tools Trash bags and votive candles provided Carve at camp Friday afternoon or evening, or Saturday after the trail rides Finished Jack-o-lanterns on display Saturday evening - Everyone come VOTE for your favorite! Jack-o-lantern with the most votes wins a Super Secret Fun Prize! Annual Salsa Contest: Enter your homemade salsa! Keep salsa on ice until Saturday evening. Offroad Passport will supply chips, and you're welcome to bring more. EVERYONE come enjoy the chips and salsas and PLEASE VOTE for the winner! The salsa with the most votes wins a Offroad Passport T-Shirt! How you can help out: We need EZ-Ups or other shelters, please let us know if you can bring one for use in a common area. Bring your corn hole or other lawn games to play at camp. Be sure to stow and haul away your own trash. Familiarize yourself with Offroad Passport's Pet Policy Make a donation (see "Suggested Donation" info above). Tee's & Hats Available at the Event: Event Special Prices! Color Shirts: $10, White Shirts: $7 Dark Gray Digi Hats: $15 Since the games and salsa contest winners gets to pick out a shirt, we're bringing all of them. Just let Diane know if you want to buy some Offroad Passport swag! Photo credit: Sarah aka kaspily. Organizers & Trail Leaders: @Number7 & @dzJeepChic @theksmith Attending: @Bradywgn71 & @kaspily @4x4tographer @AZRNintheJeep242 @johnpa @shellback91 @Curly @capsul (not-confirmed) @K2man56 @lofreqjeff @Lichen @ob1jeeper & @Ladybug @GRUNT @Eugene @gouacats (not-confirmed) @MzPriss & @Cher's Dad @Riddler (not-confirmed) @KtroubleA @gearhead @IB_Sarah @mynr1 @Russ Chung Simply post in this thread saying you'd like to go and we'll put you on the roster!
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    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...
  19. We're running Mud Springs trail, but only going as far as 'the big hill' where we'll break for lunch and anybody who wants to challenge themselves can go up 'the big hill' and back down again. Then we'll head back. It'll still be a full day of fun wheeling and gorgeous scenery. Bit of Trivia: Back in the day when the Offroad Passport team were noob's, 'the big hill' was as far as we ever got on the Mud Springs Trail, so in a sense it was the end of the trail for us then. Meet-up: 8:30 AM - Depart for trail 8:45 AM (or when everyone is ready) Baja gas station (Chevron) on Hwy 87 and Fort McDowell Rd: MAP Additional Info: No permit is required for this trip. CB Channel: 4 Ham Frequency: 146.46 Driver Requirement: This trail is for experienced 4x4 enthusiasts only. Vehicle Minimums: All vehicles are required to meet state legal requirements, (i.e.: current registration and insurance) Have functional seat-belts for each occupant Each vehicle must have a CB Radio or a Ham Radio in good working order Must have suitable recovery points front and rear High-clearance 4x4's with some lift and a low-range 33"+ aggressive all-terrain or mud-terrain tires Full skid plate protection & rock rails required A locker is highly recommended Vehicle Recommendations: Low axle gearing, upgraded axle shafts, 4:1 transfer case, 33"+ tires, custom roll-cage. CB Channel: 4 Ham Frequency: 146.46 MHz Trail Leaders: @Number7 & @dzJeepChic @theksmith Attending: @scottL Post to this thread that you'd like to go and we'll add you to the roster.
  20. A few of us escaped COVID-19 sheltering yesterday, and ran Hackberry Creek trail, near Superior, AZ. Don't worry, @Number7, @theksmith, @scottL, and I stayed away from each other! The trail has really eroded in a few places giving it a solid Difficult rating. Funny thing is, 'The Ledge' that used to give everybody a tough time is no problem now days. You can see all the pictures I took here: Diane's Pictures Starting out with a bang, we immediately came to a tricky obstacle. Going down The Fin This is The Ledge that used to be a more difficult obstacle. Superior in the distance with Weaver's Needle in the background Excellent weather, and it was nice to be outdoors for a change.
  21. Club Members! Check out our adventure to the Cliff House in southern Arizona. In an effort to keep the Cliff House in good condition, I am not sharing publicly. Link to story:
  22. Here are some pictures from the trail ride yesterday. Thanks everyone who came out to enjoy the day! The weather was beautiful, and we had a nice day. Along for the ride were: @klaykrusher @Eugene @GRUNT @gearhead @lofreqjeff @curbjumper @Number7 & me. See all my pictures here: Montana Mountain Pictures Here are a few Grunt is already trying to pick fights
  23. Full day run on 03/07/2020 to the Verde River and around the Pine Mountain Wilderness Route Overview: Cave Creek Rd (24) north to Bloody Basin Rd (269) east to Childs Rd (16/16A) north to 1676 (USGS) / 57 (Google) west to (parallel to Houston Creek) Verde Hot Springs Rd (57) north to Dugas Rd (68G) east to Verde River (closed crossing), then Dugas Rd (68G) west to Dugas Rd (County 171) west to I17 Air up point Click here for more information and to sign up!
  24. Montana Mountain is a easy trail northwest of Florence Junction and northwest of Superior. Some sections are steep, and rutted. Stock vehicles with high ground clearance and articulation should be fine. Club Members: Sign up & more info...
  25. We're going to run the Coke Ovens Loop New Years Day. Full day run with lunch along the trail. It has been a long time since we have seen the Coke Ovens, it will be interesting to see what condition they're in now!! Club Members: Sign up and more info here...
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