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Old 10-22-2013, 12:34 AM   #1
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Exclamation New to AZ? Looking for trails? Here you go!

I like many of you am a brand new Jeep owner. This is where I found a lot of my trails, scroll down the page to the "Trips" area.

Oh, and the Android App is great to take along with you on your trips (They have an iPhone version as well. Well worth the Pro version price to download the maps for offline (and out of cell service) viewing.

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Old 10-22-2013, 10:45 AM   #2
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Here is another useful site...

What to do in Az - Experience AZ 4WD Adventures

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Old 10-22-2013, 11:23 AM   #3
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Basil - You drive that Jeep better than you used to ride that Honda? It was a Honda wasn't it?

Here is another good book that can be downloaded as well

Guide to Arizona Backroads & 4-Wheel Drive Trails
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Old 10-23-2013, 10:30 PM   #5
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Basil - You drive that Jeep better than you used to ride that Honda? It was a Honda wasn't it?

Here is another good book that can be downloaded as well

Guide to Arizona Backroads & 4-Wheel Drive Trails
Honda? Watch your mouth young man! Team Green Baby!
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Great post thanks and new member. Wondering if any groups get together that might have the patience to go out on trails with a less experienced driver. Had a 98 JK Sport before some ahole hit my husband and flipped him; husband healed by our lil mule didn't So we're back with a 2012 Unlimited Rubi that I would like to have a little more confidence in my, and Rubi's abilities. The husband works weekends so I'm on my own if I want to go out. I'm not afraid to get dirty or get scratches, that's what a jeep is for!!
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Great post thanks and new member. Wondering if any groups get together that might have the patience to go out on trails with a less experienced driver. Had a 98 JK Sport before some ahole hit my husband and flipped him; husband healed by our lil mule didn't So we're back with a 2012 Unlimited Rubi that I would like to have a little more confidence in my, and Rubi's abilities. The husband works weekends so I'm on my own if I want to go out. I'm not afraid to get dirty or get scratches, that's what a jeep is for!!
Read here - there is a Jeep club planning an outing in January. It includes "baby trails" for newbies to the offroad world. I am going and seems a few other WF members signed up as well.

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