Tips & Tricks

Posted on: November 9th, 2017

Offroad driving resources

The online world (read: forums, blogs, dozens of websites) is full of information for the new and experienced off-road driver. While there’s no way to discuss them all, we did find this article from the Art of Manliness a useful read for those just beginning their exploration of our preferred hobby. “Remember, the most important…

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Posted on: May 10th, 2017

How to load FunTreks trails on an Android.

Android users will love how seamless FunTreks trails work with Backcountry Navigator. Follow these step-by-step instructions to purchase FunTreks trails through Backcountry Navigator. Follow these directions to find the trail info you need. 1. Download BackCountry Navigator PRO from Google Play store.   2. Use the top left menu to find “Purchase Add-ons”   3. Scroll through…

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Posted on: August 5th, 2016

Enjoy the trip!

Tips on how to make the day fun. Awhile back I ventured out onto Diamondback Gulch, a moderate Jeep trail in West Sedona that’s not nearly as well known as Broken Arrow, Soldier Pass, or Schnebly Hill. In fact, on busy Saturdays, it’s one of those trails you can truly enjoy because there will only…

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Posted on: March 26th, 2014

FunTreks guides eBooks available

FunTreks has a brand new treat for you: FunTreks Presents, five eBooks of our most famous 4×4 guidebooks. We have taken our trusted trail info and made it available for your tablet and smartphone. The eBooks have the same content as our printed guidebooks. Find your trail quickly by tapping it in the table of…

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Posted on: January 22nd, 2013

Fire updates

Our thoughts go out to all affected by fires, and we wanted to share a link that we use for accurate info. Go to http://www.geomac.gov/index.shtml Click “Launch Viewer” on the right side of the screen. From there you will be able to zoom in and see the boundaries of the fire. The site is updated…

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