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Blue Monster

1 Review
Location Camp Verde, AZ
Rating Moderate,
Length 8.2mi
Time 2hrs

Vehicle Types

Overview

Gets its name from a spring along the route.

You’ll follow Forest Road 361 from Cherry Road and circle around Hayfield Draw OHV Area. The trail is not really a monster; it just happens to pass Blue Monster Spring, from which it gets its name. The road is twisty and fun as it passes between many mines on the hillside. We recommend unlicensed vehicles run the trail in the reverse direction. It’s possible to connect to 361 via ATV Trail #527N from the main staging area of Hayfield Draw OHV Area.

Rating

Moderate
Trail Ratings Defined

Narrow, steep and rocky in places. Side roads may be more difficult. Suitable for stock, high clearance SUVs when road is dry.

Stats

Length

8.2mi

Time

2hrs

High Point

4,444ft

Best Time To Go

April-Nov

Current Conditions

(928) 567-4121Prescott N.F., Verde R.D.

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Trail Updates

06/17/2018
Submitted By Douglas F.
The trail has had some water erosion, most noticeable in the steep uphill corners. Also, there has been a lot of tree growth and the trail is narrow in a couple areas even for a jeep.

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MAS says

Fun drive through nice terrain. There was no traffic and access was easy. The trail was fun for the kids and me through its entire length. The only annoying feature of the trail in Spring 2018 was a brushy spot. As mentioned by the other reviewer, there are a couple of seriously eroded spots, which were fun for us. A locker or offroad traction control help. The exit section was fun to drive as well. Good find.
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