FR 91B

Munds Park, Arizona (Coconino County)

Last Updated: 07/09/2021
4 / 5 ( 1 reviews )
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Typically Open: Year Round
Length: 1.45 miles
Highest Elevation: 7445 feet
Duration: About 30 minutes
Shape of Trail: Straight Through
Best Direction to Travel: N/A
Nearest Town: Munds Park
Nearest Town w/ Services: Munds Park
Official Road Name: 91B
Management Agency: Coconino National Forest
District: Flagstaff Ranger District


Highlight: FR 91B
If aspen groves and a high probability of seeing some wildlife appeal to you, FR 91B might be worth the detour. Its western end begins near Sheep Springs, a perennial water source attracting the local 4-legged forest denizens as well as turkeys and other critters. The trail climbs quickly on the shoulder a small canyon into a grove of quaking aspen trees. The north fork in the road leads to a gravel pit cut into the side of the butte around which FR 91B skirts. Though the main road is often gated, the local ATV crowd has created some alternate entrances to find some fun on the soft slopes of the quarry. FR 91B is short but packs a lot in its roughly one and a half miles. Side trips are often the best trips. Enjoy!


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1. Trailhead (0 mi)
Turn right/south off Sheep Springs Road onto FR 91B.

Directions to Trailhead

Starting Point: Munds Park

Proceed east on 7.8 miles on Pinewood Boulevard which becomes Casner Park Road, also known as FR 240. Turn right at the intersection With Sheep Springs Road, also known as FR 91, and proceed east 0.8 miles to the trailhead on your right.



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Wade May

Hi! I'm Wade. After 43 years as a pilot, split evenly between flying fighters for the Air Force and Boeing 737s for the airlines, my feet are firmly planted on the ground. Seems I spent a lot of my flying time looking out the cockpit window thinking, "Yep, I could drive that trail." My trips range from a few days to a month. Most are solo in my silver 4Runner named Bullit. We range over all the southwest exploring remote places and trying to get as much dirt under the wheels as possible. Occasionally I get in some hiking, backpacking, and bushcraft as well. My most ambitious Overlanding plans include a trip to Tuktoyaktuk and Dead Horse when travel restrictions permit. Sharing my experiences as a member of the Trails Offroad crew, instructing at Overland Expo, and hosting the Gaia GPS Offroad podcast are true pleasures. Hope to see you on the trail soon.
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