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Table Mesa Road West runs through a verdant portion of central Arizona's Sonoran Desert with cacti, including saguaro, prickly pear, and various cholla species. Numerous hills and mesas create a jagged scenic horizon. The trail's namesake mesa, with a lone tower astride its flat top, sits on the east side of I-17 near the trailhead.
Mild-mannered Table Mesa Road provides access to a broad area packed with trails ranging from mild to wild. Little Pan Mine Road crosses the seasonably variable Agua Fria River. The wickedly difficult Terminator trails result in a lot of bent metal. Scattered campsites make for great nights under the stars. And, of course, Table Mesa Road West is a Jeep Badge of Honor trail. So collect your badge and explore one of Arizona's premier offroad areas.
Table Mesa Road, TMRA 9997, is well-graded, providing access to a popular OHV area. The 4.5-mile trail descends approximately 450 feet with no significant obstacles along the way. Any vehicle can easily drive this road.
Table Mesa Road begins and ends on Arizona State Trust land. The central part of the trail, between Waypoints 7 and 14, is on BLM land. Arizona does not require a permit to drive the road. However, camping on Arizona State Trust land does require a permit.
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