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Where are Offroading spots near Tucson

Discussion in 'South West' started by Jchavez, May 15, 2013.

  1. Jchavez

    Jchavez [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Hey guys I was wondering if anyone knew good spots near Tucson for offroading. How good is Rail X?
     
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    teamamerica Get off your horse and drink your milk.

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    Charleu Gap and Reddington Pass are the two places I used to go when I lived there. Ther is stuff down south in the Santa Ritas but a longer drive.

    But, yeah, check in on the Arizona forum. I poke in every once in awhile to dredge up memories of wheelin' in Tucson. It is fairly busy.
     
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    Jchavez [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Thanx teamamerica and tomtom!
     
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    Rail X is ok, most of the Highschool kids go out there to party, but you can go to some pretty cool places if you know where you're going.

    Really all depends on what kind of trails you like too. Fast flowing fun trails or slow technical stuff?
     
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    I mostly have done pretty fast flowing stuff. So I am more into that but I would definitely try some tech stuff.
     
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    Yea I do the same stuff. You ever check out Marana rd, Park link rd, 96 ranch rd, willow springs, deep well ranch rd? That's all fun stuff. You can go from Marana exit to Florence box canyon to San Manuel. 95% dirt road and sand wash.
     
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