FR 91B

4/5 (3 reviews)
Munds Park, Arizona (Coconino County)
Last Updated: 01/06/2023

Trail Information


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 of 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 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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4/5 (3)
Official Crew
Visited: 07/09/2021

Coconino National Forest has lifted the Stage 3 closures. Trails are now open.
Official Crew
Temporary Closure
Visited: 06/22/2021

The Coconino National Forest has issued a closure order for all recreational use of the Coconino National Forest due to extreme fire danger. This order will be in effect at 8:00 AM on Wednesday, June 23, 2021, and shall remain in effect until September 1, 2021, or until rescinded, whichever occurs first.
Official Crew
Rated 4/5
Visited: 08/10/2019

Standing at the gate of the gravel pit, I glanced up at the treeline above and in front of me. A very nice antler rack rose up amidst the pines. The bull took a brief look back at me and left down the reverse slope. That happens to me a lot in this area. I really like this little side trail.

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