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10-02-2012 12:32 AM
xdbltrblx Depends on what kind of trail you're looking for. Back way to crown king is nice. Pyeatt draw in payson is cool. Willow springs is a rock haven. All depends on what your looking for and what your rig, and you, are capable of.
09-30-2012 06:37 PM
Wjosh.james
Arizona Jeep Trails

I live in the Phoenix area, I'm looking for some good trails to take my jeep on, so far all I've gone on is Bulldog Canyon (a little trail in the salt river area). I'm looking for something with a little more distance. Any suggestions for spots near Phoenix?

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