Tag Archives: Off-road

Muddy Rocky Road, Coconino NF, Arizona

Muddy Rocky Road is named such because it has muddy washes to the west, and is full of rocks in the middle. It’s full of beautiful forest landscapes, and volcanic rockscapes. It’s useful as a way to get from East Pocket Road into the deeper western portions of Coconino National Forest. Get the trail details […]


Fry Lake, Coconino National Forest, Arizona

Fry Lake is a very scenic area, and popular place for cattle grazing in the summer time. The cows are typically brought up form the Verde Valley via Jerome Road. It’s a beautiful meadow full of flowers in the summer time, and typically snowed over in the winter. Get the trail details and download a […]


Fry Canyon, Coconino NF, Arizona

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 […]


Jerome Road, Coconino NF, Arizona

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 […]


Casner Mountain Trail, Coconino NF, Arizona

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 […]


Broken Arrow, Coconino NF, Arizona

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 […]


Oak Creek Homestead, Red Rock District, Arizona

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, Sedona, Arizona

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 / Schnebly Hill Loop

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 […]


Little Pan Mine Rd

Little Pan Mine Road, Table Mesa, Arizona

Little Pan Mine Road Little Pan Mine Road is the access road to get to an excellent off-road staging area within the Table Mesa Recreation Area. The Little Pan Staging Area has vault toilets and plenty of parking. Towards the north end of the road, you can find camping spots near the Agua Fria River […]


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