This widespread trail system meanders across undulating desert and low foothills. Don’t expect to see much traffic, so be prepared if you have trouble. Make sure you have plenty of water and supplies. Pay close attention to directions as numerous roads and washes branch off. You’ll pass several mines and a roofless stone cabin. You can ride many miles north and south in the Hassayampa River when it’s dry.
(623) 580-5500Bureau of Land Management, Hassayampa Field OfficeCheck the Weather
After Waypoint 5: “brush marks likely” (p. 112) has gotten worse. Expect scratches from the brush.
No problems on the trail for a first timer in a stock 94 Toyota four-runner, easy to follow. Mileage and...See More