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  1. If you really want to take a trail less traveled, look no further. The Black Canyon OHV Trail is a skinny, windy, hilly, and in some areas very rocky road that requires a decent off-road 4wd vehicle. It winds through the mountains between Black Canyon City and Table Mesa Recreation Area giving it the name of Back Way to Black Canyon City or Black Canyon OHV Trail. The trail is overgrown along some portions ensuring you'll get some all natural Arizona pinstriping on your vehicle and provides plenty of technical spots for a long challenging ride through the scenic mountains. If there have been recent heavy rains, you can expect some washed out areas as well. It has lots of high desert cacti and foliage to view, and you'll also find yourself up-close to some cliffs, driving through deep dry river beds (unless it's stormy), and finding some interesting rock formations along the way. I ran this trail last year on Easter weekend (Saturday before Easter) and had a great time, it was my first time leading a run. This trail offers some fun technical sections, ass pucker moments and great scenery. After running it last year I decided I would make this an annual event and run it every year on Easter weekend. This run is subject to cancellation/postponement due to weather, fires and/or closures, etc. Technical Rating: 1-5 (easy to difficult) TECHNICAL RATING I USE EXPLAINED HERE More info/pics here: trailsoffroad.com THIS RUN IS NOT SUITABLE FOR FULL SIZE VEHICLES! REQUIREMENTS: A high clearance 4x4 with a low range transfer case option, suitable front & rear recovery point, aggressive 33" or larger A/T or M/T tires. HIGHLY recommend a lift (2"+) aftermarket skid plates, rock rails, sway-bar disconnects and a limited slip/locker Ham radio on 462.700 Mhz GMRS channel 21 (462.700 Mhz) Rigs & drivers must meet all the typical state/federal legal requirements for on-highway vehicles (license, insurance, registration, seat belts, lights, etc.) Permit required: Link Itinerary: Meet up time will be 8am, depart by 8:30am. Meet up spot will be a dirt lot off of Table Mesa Rd: Map Gas up beforehand, there are various places (Anthem, New River) on the way, 1 full tank should be plenty Run an estimated 18 miles, travel time estimated 3-4 hours, last year with a few pit stops and lunch it took us about 4 hours Sign-Up: @Trail Toy @Ken Ford @Elkpakr Reply to this thread and I'll add you to the list. There is no rig limit at this time. Here's a picture of our track from last year. The purple track is the easier part rated easy to light moderate (1-3), the orange track is the harder part rated moderate to difficult (3-5).
  2. Roberts Camp is one of the main routes in the region that allows you to easily access the remote desert mountains before finally reaching the Hassayampa River Canyon Wilderness. With fun and challenging hill climbs and oasis-like fauna, this trail is one of the more interesting and moderate trails in the area. It connects with other great trails, that when combined, make for a nice scenic day away from the city. Corner Spring is a short connector trail that allows users to connect two popular trails, creating what is often called Constellation Loop. This offroad trail, or the entire Constellation Loop, makes for a great day with a wonderful feeling of being remote and far away from it all. We'll start in Wickenburg on Constellation Rd. and head north to Buckhorn Springs. Then we'll run a "loop" heading east on Buckhorn to Roberts Camp then head north on Roberts Camp to Corner Springs Trl. Then we'll head west on Corner Springs back to Constellation Rd. and then head south thus completing the loop, we'll reconnect and air up at the meet up spot. This run is subject to cancellation/postponement due to weather, fires and/or closures, etc. Technical Rating: 2-4 (easy to moderate) TECHNICAL RATING I USE EXPLAINED HERE More info/pics here: trailsoffroad.com REQUIREMENTS: A high clearance 4x4 with a low range transfer case option, suitable front & rear recovery point, aggressive 30" or larger A/T or M/T tires. Recommend aftermarket skid plates, rock rails and sway-bar disconnects Ham radio on 462.700 Mhz GMRS channel 21 (462.700 Mhz) Rigs & drivers must meet all the typical state/federal legal requirements for on-highway vehicles (license, insurance, registration, seat belts, lights, etc.) Permit required: Link Itinerary: Meet up time will be 9am, depart by 9:30am. Meet up spot will be behind the McDonald's in Wickenburg: Map Gas up beforehand, there are several stations in Wickenburg, 1 full tank should be plenty Run about 20.3 miles, travel time estimated 3-4 hours Sign-Up: @Trail Toy @AZRNintheJeep242 @BrunoR @Mick Bowers @Jamie Fitzmaurice @Ken Ford Reply to this post to be added to the list, there is no rig limit at this time
  3. Cottonwood Canyon Road serves as one of the entrances to a very popular OHV area commonly referred to as Florence Junction. This expansive area is littered with old mining claims, mine tailings, hieroglyphic writings, mine shafts, and beautiful scenic views. The highlight of this trail is the ancient petroglyphs that have been scrawled onto the rocks within Cottonwood Canyon. There are many beautiful petroglyphs to be found, mostly on the northern face of the canyon walls. What the petroglyphs are telling us may be a mystery, but they are but a brief glimpse into the lives of the ancient people who may have lived or traveled through here many years ago. The town of Reymert was originally established around a post office that started operating in 1890. Reymert was named after its founder, James DeNoon Reymart, who also founded the adjacent milling and smelting town of DeNoon. Originally a silver mine, then later a silver-manganese mine, the town's occupants largely worked at Reymert Mine until work there stopped in the 1950s. From Mineral Mountain Road OHV enthusiasts can plan a full day’s adventure with any number of the local trails. There have been, on occasion, deer, and desert tortoise sightings. Please join us for another epic adventure of off roading fun! This run will encompass 4 trails, 2 of which are short out and backs. We'll start on Cottonwood Canyon Rd. just off Hwy 79 and head east to Mineral Mtn Rd. Once on Mineral Mtn Rd. we'll head north to the first out and back to see Cottonwood Canyon Petroglyphs, then continue north to the next out and back which is Reymert Mine Rd. After completing that trail we'll continue north on Mineral Mtn. until it ends at Hwy 60. This run is subject to cancellation/postponement due to weather, fires and/or closures, etc. Technical Rating: 2-4 (easy to moderate) we most likely won't encounter any sections of trails harder than a 2-3 TECHNICAL RATING I USE EXPLAINED HERE More info/pics here: trailsoffroad.com REQUIREMENTS: A high clearance 4x4 with a low range transfer case option, suitable front & rear recovery point, aggressive 30" or larger A/T or M/T tires. Recommend aftermarket skid plates, rock rails and sway-bar disconnects Ham radio on 462.700 Mhz GMRS channel 21 (462.700 Mhz) Rigs & drivers must meet all the typical state/federal legal requirements for on-highway vehicles (license, insurance, registration, seat belts, lights, etc.) Permit required: Link Itinerary: Meet up time will be 9am, depart by 9:30am. Meet up spot will be a dirt lot at the beginning of Cottonwood Canyon Rd. off of Highway 79: Map Gas up beforehand, closest station is a Circle K about 16 miles from the meet up, 1 full tank should be plenty: MAP Run about 22.24 miles, travel time estimated 3-5 hours Sign-Up: @Trail Toy @MADDOG @CAVU2 @Ken Ford @T and A @rodrakejr @CharlesM4 @gearhead Reply to this post to be added to the list, there is no rig limit at this time
  4. This will be a loop style run starting and ending in Wickenburg with the option of running Calamity Wash after completing the loop. EVENT DETAILS & SIGN UP HERE
  5. I ran this trail last year on Easter weekend (Saturday before Easter) and had a great time, it was my first time leading a run. This trail offers some fun technical sections, ass pucker moments and great scenery. After running it last year I decided I would make this an annual event and run it every year on Easter weekend. EVENT DETAILS & SIGN UP
  6. Close to Phoenix and fun! This offroad trail follows the Camp Creek Wash to the Needle Rock Recreation Area on the Verde River. As you progress down the sandy trail, the wash narrows, and cliffs rise above you into a narrow canyon. There are many opportunities to stop and explore by foot or rest for lunch under the towering cliffs. When you reach the end of the trail, you will enter the Needle Rock Recreation Area, a popular swimming hole in the summer. There are plenty of opportunities for fishing, kayaking, or just enjoying the beautiful riparian scenery. Please join us for a day of relaxing picnicking and fishing after a short run on a scenic trail. We'll start at the north end of Camp Creek and head south to the Verde River Rec Site/Needle Rock. This trail is mostly easy, the moderate (3) rating is because of the soft deep sand. Once we reach the river we'll picnic and fish or if you wish you can head out from that point. A PERMIT IS REQUIRED IF YOU PLAN ON STAYING FOR PICNICKING/FISHING. YOU DO NOT NEED A PERMIT TO RUN THE TRAIL. A DAILY USE PASS CAN BE PURCHASED AT THE SITE OR AT A RETAILER AHEAD OF TIME. IF YOU HAVE AN "AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL" PASS YOU DON'T NEED TO PURCHASE A DAILY USE PASS. This run is subject to cancellation/postponement due to weather, fires and/or closures, etc. Technical Rating: 3 (moderate) More info/pics here: trailsoffroad.com REQUIREMENTS: A high clearance 4x4 with a low range transfer case option, suitable front & rear recovery point, aggressive 30" or larger A/T or M/T tires. Recommend aftermarket skid plates, rock rails and sway-bar disconnects Ham radio on 462.700 Mhz GMRS channel 21 (462.700 Mhz) Rigs & drivers must meet all the typical state/federal legal requirements for on-highway vehicles (license, insurance, registration, seat belts, lights, etc.) Day use pass or America The Beautiful pass Itinerary: Meet up time will be 10am, depart by 10:30am. Meet up spot will be a dirt lot at the beginning of FR 413 (Camp Creek) off of Bartlett Dam Rd. Map Gas up beforehand, closest station is a Shell about 9.3 miles from the meet up, 1 full tank should be plenty: Map Run an estimated 10.77 miles, travel time estimated 1-2 hours Sign-Up: 1 - @Trail Toy 2 - @Large_Marge 3 - @Christopher 4 - @Ken Ford 5 - @T and A 6 - @TeenMee 7 - @Nick McDonald 8 - @braunbeck 9 - @gearhead 10 - @Rawhyd 11 - @Sparky 01 Reply to this thread and I'll add you to the list. There is no rig limit at this time. Look for this sign at the meet up spot.
  7. Poland Road is a sampler menu of all that the Bradshaw Mountains offer. The salad bar profers Ponderosa Pine forests, scrub oak and manzanita chaparral, and high desert grasslands. The spread features mashed potatoes in the form of a nicely graded road but topped off by some spicy chorizo when you crawl your way through rock obstacles. For protein just watch the edges of the roadside forests for venison on the hoof or turkeys trotting into the scrub brush. Big Bug Mesa is a relatively broad flat feature along the northeastern slopes of the Bradshaw Mountains. The area is seldom visited except by hardy ranchers and a few hunters in search of the mesa's plentiful deer and turkey. Covered in Ponderosa pines, juniper, and even the ancient alligator juniper, the mesa is green and high enough into the mountains to see heavy snows in winter and have relatively mild summer temperatures. Please join us for another epic adventure of off roading fun! This run will encompass 3 trails ending in the awesome town of Prescott. We'll start on Poland Rd. just off Hwy 69, about 3/4 down the trail we'll intersect with Big Bug Mesa which will be an out & back. Once back on Poland Rd. we'll continue on to Senator Hwy then take that into Prescott. Once in Prescott it's open game at that point. This run is subject to cancellation/postponement due to weather, fires and/or closures, etc. Technical Rating: 1-4 (easy to moderate) More info/pics here: trailsoffroad.com DRESS FOR THE WEATHER, IT WILL BE COLD! REQUIREMENTS: A high clearance 4x4 with a low range transfer case option, suitable front & rear recovery point, aggressive 30" or larger A/T or M/T tires. Recommend aftermarket skid plates, rock rails and sway-bar disconnects Ham radio on 462.700 Mhz GMRS channel 21 (462.700 Mhz) Rigs & drivers must meet all the typical state/federal legal requirements for on-highway vehicles (license, insurance, registration, seat belts, lights, etc.) Itinerary: Meet up time will be 9am, depart by 9:30am. Meet up spot will be a dirt lot next to a power station on Poland Rd. off of Highway 69. Map Gas up beforehand, closest station is a Circle K 4.6 miles from the meet up, 1 full tank should be plenty: MAP Run about 37 miles, travel time estimated 4-5 hours Sign-Up: 1 - @Trail Toy 2 - @Large_Marge 3 - @TrailSnail 4 - @Ken Ford 5 - @ZR2-Ben 6 - @BillsCarnage 7 - @Sparky 01 8 - @Richard Anderson There is no rig limit at this time. Look for this sign at the meet up spot.
  8. Please join us for another epic adventure of off roading fun! This run will encompass 4 trails, 2 of which are short out and back runs connected to Mineral Mtn. Rd. EVENT DETAILS & SIGN UP
  9. Everyone please post your pictures from the 12th Annual ORP Holiday Party in this thread! I took a whopping 18 pictures and zero of the gift exchange because I was having too much fun! My pics here Some people's parking... Tegan took this one from her perch @Stacey and Scott @Ladybug I think the smoke was in his eyes @Number7 A serious discussion about the number of gifts @Stacey and Scott Open the dang cookies already! Getting set up to chow down! @ob1jeeper @Riddler @KtroubleA @K2man56 @shellback91 @4x4tographer @GetNout @Franky @4x4tographer Ryan cooking up the beans The meat. Sorry, I had to. Special cookies @Ladybug made. The one on the right special for @Yodamom the one on the left special for me! Now that's a shiny Jeep. I can see myself in @theksmith door!
  10. 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...
  11. These trails are a great addition to Bulldog Canyon for just a short scenic off-road trail run in the Arizona desert. These easy and scenic trails will bring you through just a small portion of what the region has to offer. Accessing the area is easy and offers the user a wonderful 4x4 experience in the Superstition Mountains without all the tourist traffic. It's considered part of the Bulldog Canyon OHV area which includes portions of the "Great Western Trail" in Arizona, traveling through the Tonto National Forest's Goldfield Mountains and Sonoran Desert. They offer incredible views of the nearby Superstition Mountains and are home to some of Arizona's most infamous legends, like the Lost Dutchmen Gold. Come celebrate the new year with us on a fun and mostly easy trail ride. This run will encompass 3 trails at Bulldog Canyon that are mostly easy. We'll start on FR 3512 (AA Pit Arizona) and take it out to the end, then backtrack a bit to FR 1356. After getting on FR 1356 we'll take that to Apache Trail (Hwy 88) then travel up that road to FR 12 (Willow Canyon) which will be an out and back. We'll travel 12.7 miles on trails and 1.7 miles between the trails on Hwy 88. Once we've completed the last trail it's open game. $6 PERMIT IS REQUIRED: PURCHASE HERE This run is subject to cancellation/postponement due to weather, fires and/or closures, etc. Technical Rating: 2-3 (easy to moderate) More info/pics here: trailsoffroad.com REQUIREMENTS: A high clearance 4x4 with a low range transfer case option, suitable front & rear recovery point, aggressive 30"+ or larger A/T or M/T tires. Recommend aftermarket skid plates, rock rails and sway-bar disconnects Ham radio on 462.700 Mhz GMRS channel 21 (462.700 Mhz) Rigs & drivers must meet all the typical state/federal legal requirements for on-highway vehicles (license, insurance, registration, seat belts, lights, etc.) $6 permit per vehicle (good for 6 months) Itinerary: Meet up time will be 10am, depart by 10:30am. Meet up spot will be a dirt lot at the beginning of FR3512 off of N. Hackamore Rd. Map Gas up beforehand, closest station is a Chevron about 9 miles from the meet up, 1 full tank should be plenty: Map Run an estimated 12.7 miles on trails and 1.7 miles on pavement, travel time estimated 2-3 hours Sign-Up: 1 - @Trail Toy 2 - @Large_Marge 3 - @WILL E 4 - @T and A Maybe? 5 - @Ran 6 - @gearhead 7 - @AObrien Reply to this thread and I'll add you to the list. There is no rig limit at this time. Look for this sign at the meet up spot.
  12. This run will encompass several connected trails to lead us to Box Canyon and will be approximately 44.5 miles one way. Starting on Castle Hot Springs we'll take that to Buckhorn Springs, then continue on to Constellation Rd. all the way into Wickenburg. Then we'll continue on through the dry Hassayampa River to Box Canyon. After running Box Canyon out and back it's open game. This run is subject to cancellation due to weather, fires and/or closures, etc. Technical Rating: 1-3 (Easy to moderate) More info/pics here: trailsoffroad.com REQUIREMENTS: A high clearance 4x4 with a low range transfer case option, suitable front & rear recovery point, aggressive 30"+ or larger A/T or M/T tires. Recommend aftermarket skid plates, rock rails and sway-bar disconnects Ham radio on 462.700 Mhz GMRS channel 21 (462.700 Mhz) Rigs & drivers must meet all the typical state/federal legal requirements for on-highway vehicles (license, insurance, registration, seat belts, lights, etc.) Permit required: LINK Itinerary: Meet up time will be 9am, depart by 9:30am. Meet up spot will be a dirt lot off of N. Castle Hot Springs Rd. Map Gas up beforehand, there are various places along the way to the meet up, 1 full tank should be plenty Run an estimated 44.5 miles one way, travel time estimated 5-6 hours Sign-Up: 1 - @Trail Toy Confirmed 2 - @Ken Ford Confirmed 3 - @T and A Confirmed 4 - @Nick McDonald Confirmed Reply to this thread and I'll add you to the list. There is no rig limit at this time. Look for this sign at the meet up spot.
  13. Please join us for another fun day on the trails, this run will use 5 trails all connected to make for a 33 mile trip. We'll start on Bloody Basin Rd., then to Antelope Creek Rd., then to Crown King Rd., then to Turkey Creek Trail, then to Crown King Rd. again and finally to Maggie Mine Rd. Turkey Creek and Maggie Mine are the only trails rated as moderate, everything else is easy. This run will end in the northern area of Black Canyon City. We'll stop for a bit in Cleator before continuing south on Turkey Creek. They have a bar and general store, there should be lots of scenic views along the trails as well. Please note this run is not a loop, it's a straight through utilizing 5 trails that are connected to each other. This run is subject to cancellation/postponement due to weather, fires and/or closures, etc. Technical Rating: 1-3 (Easy to Moderate) More info/pics here: trailsoffroad.com REQUIREMENTS: A high clearance 4x4 with a low range transfer case option, suitable front & rear recovery point, aggressive 30"+ or larger A/T or M/T tires. Recommend aftermarket skid plates, rock rails and sway-bar disconnects Ham radio on 462.700 Mhz GMRS channel 21 (462.700 Mhz) Rigs & drivers must meet all the typical state/federal legal requirements for on-highway vehicles (license, insurance, registration, seat belts, lights, etc.) Permit required: LINK Itinerary: Meet up time will be 10am, depart by 10:30am. Meet up spot will be a dirt lot off of Bloody Basin Rd. & I-17: Map Gas up beforehand, there is a Chevron & Pilot about 3.1 miles north of the meet up spot in Cordes Lakes, 1 full tank should be plenty: Map Run an estimated 33 miles, travel time estimated 5-6 hours Sign-Up: 1 - @Trail Toy Confirmed 2 - @WILL E Confirmed 3 - @Ken Ford Confirmed 4 - @ZR2-Ben Confirmed Reply to this thread and I'll add you to the list. There is no rig limit at this time. Look for this sign at the meet up spot.
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  15. Bulldog Canyon is part of the "Great Western Trail" in Arizona, traveling through the Tonto National Forest's Goldfield Mountains and the Sonoran Desert. It offers incredible views of the nearby Superstition Mountains and is home to some of Arizona's most infamous legends, like the Lost Dutchmen Gold. At one time, the Bulldog Mine was one of the richest gold mines in the country but has now been reclaimed by the desert. The Goldfield Mountain area is littered with towering cliffs and rugged canyons that are a welcome break from the flat desert valley. Please join us for another fun day of off roading. We'll start at the south end of this run on FR1356 and head to FR10. After connection with FR10 we'll head north until we get to FR3554. After connectiong to FR3554 we'll head west until the end of the trail. $6 PERMIT IS REQUIRED: PURCHASE HERE This run is subject to cancellation/postponement due to weather, fires and/or closures, etc. Technical Rating: 2-4 (easy to moderate) More info/pics here: trailsoffroad.com REQUIREMENTS: A high clearance 4x4 with a low range transfer case option, suitable front & rear recovery point, aggressive 30"+ or larger A/T or M/T tires. Recommend aftermarket skid plates, rock rails and sway-bar disconnects Ham radio on 462.700 Mhz GMRS channel 21 (462.700 Mhz) Rigs & drivers must meet all the typical state/federal legal requirements for on-highway vehicles (license, insurance, registration, seat belts, lights, etc.) $6 permit per vehicle (good for 6 months) Itinerary: Meet up time will be 10am, depart by 10:30am. Meet up spot will be a dirt lot at the beginning of FR1356 off of Apache Trail/Highway 88. Map Gas up beforehand, closest station is a Chevron 10 miles from the meet up, 1 full tank should be plenty: Map Run an estimated 17 miles, travel time estimated 3-4 hours Sign-Up: 1 - @Trail Toy 2 - @Large_Marge 3 - @We Just Go 4 - @T and A 5 - @Christopher 6 - @d3lbort 7 - @MADDOG 8 - @Steve Clark 9 - @dougnsue 10 - @LaZorraRoja 11 - @Franko At this time I'm going to go ahead and cap this run and set the limit to the 11 members currently signed up. This is how you'll know you're in the right spot!
  16. Schnebly Hill Road is both a road and a rite of passage. The road itself is crowded and annoyingly bumpy on the descent from the Rim into Sedona. But the views always delight, all that red and buff sandstone formed into monuments ranging from massive to whimsical. Despite being a Jeep Badge of Honor Trail, Schnebly Hill Road is a once and done for many. But it is one that you need to do and will always remember, a touchstone of the community if you will. Please join us for another fun day on this famous trail. We're setting it up with a bit of an early start in hopes of not having to encounter too many other vehicles, this is a very heavily traveled and popular trail. We also want to be in Sedona by lunch time, hopefully with the early start the arrival time in Sedona might be sometime between 12pm-1pm. This run is subject to cancellation/postponement due to weather, fires and/or closures, etc. Technical Rating: 3-3 (Moderate) More info/pics here: trailsoffroad.com The badge of honor will be a personal choice for participants REQUIREMENTS: A high clearance 4x4 with a low range transfer case option, suitable front & rear recovery point, aggressive 30"+ or larger A/T or M/T tires. Recommend aftermarket skid plates, rock rails and sway-bar disconnects Ham radio on 462.700 Mhz GMRS channel 21 (462.700 Mhz) Rigs & drivers must meet all the typical state/federal legal requirements for on-highway vehicles (license, insurance, registration, seat belts, lights, etc.) Itinerary: Meet up time will be 8am, depart by 8:30am. Meet up spot will be a dirt area off of Schnebly Hill Rd. Map Gas up beforehand, there is a Chevron & Shell about 2.25 miles north of the meet up spot in Munds Park, 1 full tank should be plenty Run an estimated 11.14 miles, travel time estimated 3 hours Sign-Up: 1 - @Large_Marge Tundra will lead this time, gonna leave the Jeep home for this run 2 - @We Just Go 3 - @AZRNintheJeep242 4 - @ZR2-Ben 5 - @Cdub 6 - @Christopher 7 - @d3lbort Reply to this thread and I'll add you to the list. There is no rig limit.
  17. Please come join me for another fun off roading adventure. This run will encompass several connected trails to lead us to Box Canyon and will be approximately 44.5 miles one way. EVENT DETAILS & SIGN UP
  18. This run will encompass several connected trails to create a loop and will be approximately 36 miles. Starting on the back way to Crown King there will be a stop at China Dam (2 miles out, 2 miles back), then continue on to Champie Rd., only using the first 10.3 miles of back way to Crown King which is all easy. Then travel on Champie Rd. to Castle Hot Springs (both about 4 miles each) and then to Morgan City Wash. The final 13.5 mile stretch is Morgan City Wash which is the only section of this run rated as moderate (3). This run is subject to cancellation due to weather, fires and/or closures, etc. Technical Rating: 1-3 (Easy to moderate) More info/pics here: trailsoffroad.com REQUIREMENTS: A high clearance 4x4 with a low range transfer case option, suitable front & rear recovery point, aggressive 30"+ or larger A/T or M/T tires. Recommend aftermarket skid plates, rock rails and sway-bar disconnects Ham radio on 462.700 Mhz GMRS channel 21 (462.700 Mhz) Rigs & drivers must meet all the typical state/federal legal requirements for on-highway vehicles (license, insurance, registration, seat belts, lights, etc.) Itinerary: Meet up time will be 9am, depart by 9:30am. Meet up spot will be a dirt lot off of N. Castle Hot Springs Rd. Map Gas up beforehand, there are various places along the way to the meet up, 1 full tank should be plenty Run an estimated 36 miles, travel time estimated 5-6 hours Sign-Up: 1 - @Trail Toy 2 - @Large_Marge 3 - @gearhead 4 - @Ken Ford Reply to this thread and I'll add you to the list. There is no rig limit.
  19. Come join us for another day of off roading fun, this run will encompass several different trails to create a loop. EVENT DETAILS & SIGN UP HERE
  20. Please join us for a day of relaxing picnicking and fishing after a short run on a scenic trail. EVENT DETAILS AND SIGN UP
  21. Come celebrate the new year with us on a fun and mostly easy trail ride. This run will encompass 3 trails at Bulldog Canyon that are mostly easy. EVENT DETAILS AND SIGN UP
  22. Please join us for another epic adventure of off roading fun! This run will encompass 3 trails ending in the awesome town of Prescott. EVENT DETAILS AND SIGN UP
  23. Please join us for another fun day on the trails, this run will use 5 trails all connected to make for a 33 mile trip. EVENT DETAILS & SIGN UP
  24. Please join us for another fun day of off roading. EVENT DETAILS & SIGN UP HERE
  25. Please join us for another fun day of off roading! EVENT DETAILS & SIGN UP HERE
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