So you're having a great time running the wonderful variety of trails found in the majestic Coconino National Forest and definitely not ready to put asphalt under your dusty wheels. Why not use the delightfully dirty FR 132A to cut over from Crimson Road to Casner Park Road and the spider web of trails available from there? Why not, indeed! FR 132A winds through a ponderosa pine forest with old-growth trees along its curvy 4.5 miles. The trail also offers a side trip to the summit of Mormon Mountain, elevation 8510 feet, and its antennae farm and views. You might spot elk watering at Mud Spring Tank or maybe a wild turkey crossing the road near Rock Dike Tank. If not, be happy. You're still on dirt.
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