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Four Peaks

1 Review
Location Mesa, AZ
Rating Easy,
Length 48mi
Time Full Day

Vehicle Types

Overview

Popular SUV route climbs to and explores mountain peak.

Very popular mountain drive for SUVs with great views above 6,000 ft. You can continue down east side to Hwy.188, and/or follow ridge north. Two hiking trails along Road 143 on west side head south into Four Peaks Wilderness. Entire road is open to unlicensed vehicles. See map for several fun ATV side roads north of Waypoint 02. Staging area at start of trail accesses massive Rolls OHV Area to the south.

Rating

Easy
Trail Ratings Defined

Road is typically well maintained, but watch for washouts and ruts along sides of road. When dry, road is suitable for most stock SUVs.

Stats

Length

48mi

Time

Full Day

High Point

6,035ft

Best Time To Go

May-Oct

Current Conditions

(480) 610-3300Tonto N.F., Mesa and Tonto Basin Ranger Districts

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Trail Updates

03/15/2019

Submitted by Charles Wells

The main road F.S. 143 hasn’t changed much, but the side trip to Waypoint 03 on F.S. 422 gets rockier after you go past F.S. 422A. We now rate this part moderate.

3/21/2018

Submitted by Richard

Fun ride, great scenery. No issues and can be run with stock vehicles. It has a fair amount of motorbike/UTV/ATV traffic so drive accordingly.

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Jason Schwyn says

2004 Land Rover with 2” lift and 265/75 16 General Grabber X3 tires. We did this drive on September 1st. Still a little warm in the sun, even at 5500 ft. Got to about mile 21 towards waypoint 03 before it started getting a little technical and we decided to call it. Stopped at a pull off along the trail and had lunch. My wife took the wheel to show us what she learned driving her grandfather's International Scout. Even my son with his learner's permit got some practice driving on the trail.
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