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Broken Arrow - Sedona, Arizona
Technical Rating: 4-6
Difficulty: Easy-Moderate
Length: 4.0 Miles
Duration: about 3 hours
Status: Open

Broken Arrow

Sedona, Arizona

With amazing red rock formations towering into the sky, this off-road trail is full of awe-inspiring beauty. It's no wonder Broken Arrow is one of the most popular off-road trails in all of Arizona. Situated near Sedona, Arizona and within the Coconino National Forest, the trail, and the surrounding area, offer the amazing views Sedona is famous for. Nearby you can also find many of the legendary vortex sights.

If you arrive early in the morning you can watch the sun's spectacular rise over the high Mogollon Rim cliffs to the north and east. Later in the evening you can see more dramatic highlights of the natural features as shadows become more pronounced, and in some spots, amazing silhouettes as the sun is eclipsed by the towering rock formations to the west. Either event is likely best viewed from Submarine Rock - a large rock formation you can climb on - or one of the higher elevated spots along the trail.

This is a must see off-road trail everyone needs to put on their bucket list, but it will require a capable four-wheel drive off-road vehicle to traverse.

Millsite Canyon Trail - Superior, Arizona
Technical Rating: 3-7
Difficulty: Easy-Moderate
Length: 9.5 Miles
Duration: about 2 hours
Status: Open

Millsite Canyon Trail

Superior, Arizona

With spectacular vistas of the Superstition Mountain Range and soaring cliff walls lining the route, this should always be considered as an excellent addition to the popular Montana Mountain Loop. Adding Millsite Trail to the beginning section of the more popular loop creates a more challenging run than the typical groomed forest roads. Millsite Canyon is a little known area that will challenge stock type vehicles and reward you with rarely viewed cliffs and diverse desert vegetation. While you work your way through the dense over growth you'll witness towering saguaros clinging precariously to the rocky terrain. Located outside Superior, Arizona the entire region is a popular off road destination for many locals and club outings. Although the area is popular, this particular trail allows you to enjoy a true back country four wheeling experience.
In the late 1800's the entire region was once the silver mining center for Arizona. Pinal City (now Superior) and the Silver King Mine became a popular destination for hundreds of miners and some of the old West's most memorable characters, including Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday. In fact, in the area you can find the grave of Wyatt Earp's consort at the time, Celia Ann "Mattie" Blaylock. Though the grave isn't along this trail, it can be found along one of the many other great trails found in this region.

GPS location for cemetery 33°17'17.5"N 111°08'05.1"W , south of Happy Camp Road.

Charouleau Gap / FR# 736 - Oracle, Arizona
Technical Rating: 5-8
Difficulty: Moderate-Difficult
Length: 18.0 Miles
Duration: about 6 hours
Status: Open

Charouleau Gap / FR# 736

Oracle, Arizona

Charouleau Gap, (pronounced shar-lou) is the quintessential southern Arizona 4x4 trail and a must do for anyone with a modified off-road vehicle. This is one of the more difficult trails near Tucson, and as such requires a modicum of planning. Count on a full day of traversing this trail from Catalina to Oracle while you negotiate the many obstacles such as Kiss Rock, Unsurvivable, The Car Wash, the Bumper Eater, the Steps and the Escalator. You will encounter almost all varieties of 4 wheeling challenges on this trail, from rock climbing, sandy washouts, deep water crossings, off-camber gullied hill climbs, steep descents, rocky boulder gardens and absolutely stunning trail scenery. Running this trail almost assures the need for a strap or winch evolution for someone in your group. (But, that's what makes it fun)

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