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  1. 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 Leading 2 - @shellback91 3 - @We Just Go Reply to this thread and I'll add you to the list.
  2. 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 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 - @Trail Toy Leading 2 - @We Just Go 3 - @AZRNintheJeep242 4 - @ZR2-Ben Reply to this thread and I'll add you to the list.
  3. 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. Well 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. 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.) 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 2 - @Cullen McCarthy 3 - @We Just Go 4 - @ZR2-Ben Reply to this thread and I'll add you to the list.
  4. About this same time earlier this year the family and I went camping at Buckskin Mtn. State Park and I'm telling you this is a beautiful camp ground and surrounding areas. The camp ground has hook ups for water/electricity and bathrooms with flushing toilets and showers. There is a section without hook ups for tent camping only, we chose a spot with hook ups (and are doing so again next year) even though we slept in a tent. We visited Parker Dam, attempted to run Buckskin Mountain trail to a portion of Grey Eagle Mine trail and then Cienega Springs road (easy to moderate) but didn't make it because of a transfer case shifting issue. We also went up to Bill Williams river/peninsula and did some fishing for about 6 hours. The twins each caught a couple fish, I caught about 6-8 and Sarah caught one at the end of the day, all were small striped bass between 10"-12". There was a lot more to see but not enough time to do so. We've already made our reservation at the state park, there are plenty of other camp grounds, RV parks, hotels, etc. in that area that can be utilized. BUCKSKIN MTN. STATE PARK WEBSITE The run I'll be leading will be on Saturday starting on Buckskin Mtn. Trail then connect to Grey Eagle Mine then Billy Mack Wash then another small section of Grey Eagle Mine and finally to Cienega Springs Rd. There is a small section along side Cienega Springs (0.6 miles) called 3 Slabs that is rated moderate-difficult (4-5) that can be included or not on this run, something that can be discussed, maybe make it a drivers choice? This run would be a little over 12 miles total and out near the midway point is a desert bar known as "Nellie Saloon", only open weekends, cash only and a good spot to stop for lunch. Technical Rating: 1-4 (Easy to moderate) for most of the run, 4-5 (Moderate to difficult) for 3 Slabs 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 Saturday at 9am, depart by 9:30am. Meet up spot will be just off Highway 95 next to River Island Market if there are folks staying at locations other than Buckskin. If everyone attending is staying at Buckskin we'll skip the meet up spot and head out straight from the park, it's only 1 mile from Buckskin: Map Gas up beforehand, there is a gas station at River Island Market, 1 full tank should be plenty Run an estimated 12.5 miles, travel time is hard to say as I don't know how long we'll stop for lunch, maybe 4-5 hours? Sign-Up: 1 - @Trail Toy Buckskin 2 - @gearhead Camping maybe? Possibly attending the run only 3 - @Bradywgn71 Buckskin 4 - @We Just Go Buckskin 5 - @Stacey and Scott Buckskin 6 - @AZRNintheJeep242 Parker Reply to this thread and I'll add you to the list.
  5. Come join us for another day of off roading fun, wear a costume, decorate your rig or both and you could win a prize! EVENT DETAILS & SIGN UP HERE
  6. 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
  7. Please join us for another fun day of off roading. EVENT DETAILS & SIGN UP HERE
  8. Please join us for another fun day of off roading! EVENT DETAILS & SIGN UP HERE
  9. 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). Being this is the day before Halloween we were thinking there's some fun to be had. Wear a costume and/or decorate your rig and you could win a gift card! Sarah and I will sponsor a raffle, we'll have a variety of gift cards (possibly 5 cards) as prizes. Each decorated rig will receive 1 raffle ticket and each person wearing a costume will receive 1 raffle ticket. A random draw of tickets will determine the lucky winners at which point the winner will get a choice of which gift card they want. 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 Leading 2 - @gearhead 3 - @We Just Go Reply to this thread and I'll add you to the list.
  10. Join me for a "Saturday in Sedona"! We'll tackle the somewhat exclusive Soldier's Pass, which is limited to 12 total vehicles per day. This trail, while short, takes you to see some pretty awesome sites including the 7 Sacred Pools and the Devil's Kitchen. We'll then jet over to Oak Creek Homestead where we'll enjoy a fun trail ride that dumps us out near the 89A. WHEN & WHAT! Saturday, April 17th We'll run Soldier's Pass Trail and head over to hit Oak Creek Homestead/Cliffhanger After Oak Creek Homestead, feel free to enjoy Sedona or head home by way of Cottonwood to avoid the typical Sedona traffic MEET-UP 9:00 AM at Starbucks Sedona 34.864825508909476, -111.7944874009835 https://goo.gl/maps/Z7nynTeJJuLGco158 There is an ARCO gas station right there on the corner for an easy fill-up! TRAIL INFO Soldier Pass (link) Soldier Pass requires a $6 permit that can be purchased here. Limited number of permits (12 total) are available per day. Oak Creek Homestead/Cliffhanger (link) Both trails are rated as moderate. 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 Other Considerations: Water & Food (pack a lunch and snacks!) Folding chairs Sunscreen! Camera Emergency supplies / Med Kit DRIVER & VEHICLE REQUIREMENTS Both trails are rated as moderate. Be advised there are a few steep climbs, rock shelfs, with loose rock and some mild off-camber areas on shelf-roads. 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 High-clearance 4x4's with low-range 30"+ aggressive all-terrain or mud-terrain tires SIGN-UPS Space is limited due to the number of Soldier Pass permits available. Click here to buy your permit ($6) and post if you score one! I'll add you to the list. 1 - @4x4tographer (trail lead) 2 - @Trail Toy 3 - @CAVU2 5 - @SonoranWanderer 6 - @JL Goat Permit available from @AZRNintheJeep242 Permit available from @FleetSailor Permit available from @mbuckner
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