Fry Canyon Trail is a beautiful forest road nestled in the mountains between Sedona and Flagstaff, and is a nice shortcut between I-17 and 89A that can then get you close to the forest roads on the west side of 89A above the Mogollon Rim. It also provides a great place for camping, though it […]
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Out in the deep depths of western Coconino National Forest is an old off-road dirt trail called Jerome Road. Today it is primarily used as a connecting trail to and from Casner Mountain Trail. I can only speculate that the origins of this road have something to do with the old ghost town of Jerome […]
The oldest known history of Casner Mountain is that it was used by the Casner family in the 1880s as a route for moving cattle from the Verde Valley in the Winter months to the top of the Mogollon Rim during the Summer months. The off-road trail was developed more recently for use by the […]
With amazing red rock formations towering into the sky, this off-road trail is full of awe-inspiring beauty. It’s no wonder Broken Arrow is one of the most popular off-road trails in all of Arizona. Situated near Sedona, Arizona and within the Coconino National Forest, the trail, and the surrounding area, offer the amazing views Sedona […]
The Oak Creek Homestead is certainly a historical area to visit, as you can see the remaining evidence of an early settlement. It is a relatively short run for those looking for an additional quick place to explore, or for those who want an easy trail with some mild Four-wheel Drive challenges.
Jack’s Canyon Road was once a route through Jack’s Canyon from the Village of Oak Creek to Schnebly Hill Road, but today is actually split in half by Munds Mountain Wilderness Area. This documented off-road trail is not about the paved road within the city, but the one at the top of the Canyon along […]
Hot Loop Off-road 4×4 Trail is a collection of rocky forest roads that offers some moderate off-road challenges. It combines thick forest areas, meadows, rock littered roads, primitive camping areas, and a handful of spots with amazing scenic views. Despite looping around Schnebly Hill, the name actually comes from the hiking trail of the same […]