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Any trail suggestions around Prescott AZ?

Discussion in 'Off-Roading & Trails' started by stinkeytaco, Jan 1, 2010.

  1. stinkeytaco

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    I'm in Prescott AZ building a cabin for about 4 more weeks and wondering where some good trails are. I've played around in the Prescott Nat Forest a bit out Perkinsville rd. between Chino and Jerome but wondering if there's anyone in this area that could suggest a trail within a 2 hr drive. I did Prescott to Crown King years ago, but I don't remember it being too challenging. Thanks in advance.

    Kye
     
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    ya give me a second ill give you a dozen
     
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    bradshaw mountains, desoto mine, wickenburg mountains, castle hot springs road, backway to crownking, new river canyon, harquahala peak, belmont mountain, van der cabin, schenbly hill road, greasy spoon, oak creek homestead, broken arrow, hutch mountain, smiley rock, mingus mountain, tonto wash trail, santa maria mountain loop, walnut creek road


    is that enough haha
     
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    OK, your seconds up ;)

    OH I was bit slow on the submit button, That's enough to keep me busy!!! but I need directions. I've been wandering a bit which is fun, but....
     
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    i got all those from books: backcountry adventures arizona, arizona backroads & 4-wheel drive trails.

    i'm pretty sure you can find any of those trails on google somewhere
     
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