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05-02-2013 12:18 AM
the dudester dude out west by Winslow just on the southern border of the Navajo rez.

you could drive around for days and still find trails that are always fun and new.
04-16-2013 07:46 PM
HRR1 Try Broken Arrow trail in Sedona.
04-14-2013 03:52 PM
Northern Arizona Places to Go

Pick yourself up the book called "Guide to Arizona Backroads & 4-Wheel Drive Trails" by Charles A. Wells. You can get it just about anywhere. I believe I got mine from Amazon. It's about $25 and well worth it. It shows about 75 trails, 86 maps, over 300 photos plus it has the GPS Waypoints. Each trail is identified by Easy, Moderate, or Difficult and explains why. There are many great off roads adventures in the Grand Canyon area (North Rim), around Sedona, and many around Prescott area. There is even a nice Ice Cave in the Flagstaff area.
04-13-2013 06:11 PM
Originally Posted by TheWolfen View Post
You'll find a good map and guide in the book 'Guide to Arizona Backroads and 4-Wheel-Drive Trails' by Charles Wells & Matt Peterson.
I picked that book up by random chance at a Half Priced Books up at Paradise Valley Mall for $4 and it is really, really descriptive. I second the recommendation.
04-13-2013 04:52 PM
Weston751 Thanks for all the input! I have been out to the cinders before its pretty awesome. Ill look into the Sedona scene
04-13-2013 04:00 PM
TheWolfen If you drive out through Sunset Crater National Monument pickup a map of the area. Just to the east after leaving the park on the main road you will find a dirt road (FR 776) on the right side. It leads to the Cinder Hills OHV area. Loads of cinder... hills! Lots of fun in the loose stuff. Even though I've lived here for many years my wife and I only recently started exploring the area. It is a hoot! Just don't get buried! It can be soft and deep in places.

You'll find a good map and guide in the book 'Guide to Arizona Backroads and 4-Wheel-Drive Trails' by Charles Wells & Matt Peterson.

There are plenty more places to explore. Check out Sedona, too. Has some fun slick rock trails.

- TheWolfen
04-13-2013 03:28 PM
Meshugga Just north of Flag is quite a few really neat places where you can see old volcanic activity. I haven't been up there in awhile but you can probably find some good info on the web about it.
04-13-2013 02:59 PM
Weston751 Flagstaff area in particular, but I'm willing to drive a few hours to see some new country
04-13-2013 02:50 PM
2five22 Northern Arizona is a huge area. Where are you thinking? Western by Kingman and the Colorado River? The eastern area by New Mexico? Or the area around Flagstaff, the GC, and Page?
04-13-2013 02:08 PM
Norther Arizona

Hey y'all, I'm new to the forum and was wondering if anyone knows of some cool trials to explore in northern AZ. Thanks!

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