Broken Arrow

Sedona, Arizona (Coconino County)

Last Updated: 06/26/2020
4.7 / 5 ( 17 reviews )
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Status: Open
Typically Open: Year Round
Difficulty: 3-6
(MODERATE - DIFFICULT)
Length: 3.12 miles
Highest Elevation: 4500 feet
Duration: About 2 hours
Shape of Trail: Out & Back
Best Direction to Travel: South
Nearest Town: Sedona
Nearest Town w/ Services: Sedona
Official Road Name: 179F
Management Agency: Coconino National Forest
District: Red Rock District
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Highlights

Highlight: Broken Arrow
Situated in picturesque Sedona, Arizona, Broken Arrow is one of the most popular and iconic off-road trails around- for good reasons! With amazing red rock formations towering into the sky, this off-road trail is full of awe-inspiring beauty and moderate challenges for your vehicle and driving skill. 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.

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Route Information

Advanced Rating System

Recommended Vehicle:
Stock SUV with High Clearance and 4 Low
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Summary:
The must-do obstacles at Waypoints 3, 15, and 20 can be handled by any aggressive stock 4 wheel drive vehicle with high clearance when taking the easier lines. There are other challenging lines and obstacles that one could try if so desired.

Technical Rating: 3-6
(MODERATE - DIFFICULT)

Typically, more rock or undulated road surface. Potential rocks and/or tree stumps less than 12" tall and/or vertical ledges less than 12" tall and/or near vertical ledges or waterfalls less than 24" inches. Tire placement becomes more difficult. Can be steep.
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Description

This road is comprised of sand, dirt, and sandstone, this trail is a mix of obstacles and simple dirt road. Broken Arrow is actually a grouping of Forest Service Roads that includes 179F, 179C, 179D, and 9868. Considered an out and back, it holds a loop in the middle, making the trail shape more like a lollipop. Portions of the trail are one-way only, and those sections are well marked. It can get crowded, particularly on the weekends, making some spots challenging to pass through even if you follow the appropriate one-way markers. Additionally, with this and or any desert trail, wet weather can cause portions of the trail to be impassable. There is a regular flow of Pink Jeeps coming in and out of the trail, be sure to look up ahead and remember your pull-off points for when you need to let oncoming traffic pass.
For the majority of Coconino National Forest no permit or pass is required; however, if you plan to stop in any of the "improved" areas you will need to pick up a pass, and there is a high concentration of "improved" areas around Sedona. Also, be sure to stay on the designated roads and trails as much of the vegetation and rock formations are fragile.

Waypoints

1. Start (0 mi)
The trailhead is just at the end of Morgan Road. Do not air down here as it disturbs the residents. Many people coming here are hikers, so it is common to see regular vehicles near the trailhead and in the parking lot. Please be respectful of the hikers and always yield to them.
2. Parking/Air Down Area – Continue Straight (0.11 mi)
This is a great location to air down and hold your driver meeting. The actual “Broken Arrow” Hiking trail #125 starts here as well as Margs Draw.
3. Ledge Obstacle – Slight Right Up (0.34 mi)
The ledge is to the right and is the first big obstacle on the trail. If you can't get up it, or are too timid to even try, there's a tight turnaround straight ahead. The easier line is along the left side. The trail continues towards the left as you come up the rock formation.
4. 179C Trailhead – Continue Straight (0.45 mi)
Turn right here if you wish to explore the Devils Dining Room Sinkhole, which is a bat cave.
5. Devils Dining Room Parking (0.52 mi)
A fun area to explore, the Devils Dining Room is sinkhole caused by the collapse of a cavern in the underlying red wall limestone. Bats apparently enjoy living in this area. The sinkhole is fenced off for your safety.
6. 179D Split – Stay Right (0.71 mi)
Stay to the right while remaining on 179F. 179D is simply a short one-way section of the trail to ease bottlenecks.
7. 179D – Veer Right (0.82 mi)
Upon reaching the hard rock surface veer right. Do not go straight as you will end up over a large ledge that is not considered part of the trail. Please stay the trail and avoid playing off to the side.
8. Submarine Rock Hiking Trailhead – Continue Straight (1.07 mi)
If you didn’t want to drive the hill obstacle up to the parking area for Submarine Rock, you could hike it by foot here. Just enough space for three or four vehicles to park here.
9. 179E (The Steps) – Stay Left (1.11 mi)
Stay to the left here. The Steps are considered a one-way trail in the down direction, do not attempt to drive up The Steps. This is also where you will come out after you finish completing the more challenging part of the trail along 179E.
10. 9868 Trailhead for Submarine Rock – Turn Left (1.19 mi)
This is purely an optional portion of the trail but well worth a visit up to Submarine Rock.
11. Submarine Rock Hill Climb Obstacle – Up (1.38 mi)
Before ascending, look ahead to watch out for any other vehicles coming down. There is plenty of room here for passing and being courteous. The hill climb is one of the more challenging portions of the trail. Engage 4-Low and let your vehicle do its job as you climb up to a wide-open area.
12. Submarine Rock Parking (1.32 mi)
Not as famous as Chicken Point, you really could spend a few hours up here soaking in the views of the famous red rocks and particularly Submarine Rock.
13. 179E Intersection – Turn Left towards Chicken Point (1.78 mi)
Follow the signs to Chicken Point. From here the road will be mostly loose dirt with a couple of hill climbs not depicted in this guide that have blind turns. Passing is tight through here, keep your eyes up the trail for oncoming traffic and if you are in a group, use your radio to communicate with your party so they can take advantage of any turnouts or areas to pull over. You could bypass Chicken Point all together here by turning right, but you would miss a very nice portion of the trail.
14. Chicken Point – Return to Waypoint 13 and Stay Left (2.14 mi)
This spot of worth the trip right here for not only colorful photos of your vehicle but also the surrounding area. Off in the distance you see Highway 179 and Courthouse Butte. To the east, is the Munds Mountain Wilderness Area. To your west is Chicken Point and Twin Buttes. Return to Waypoint 13 and stay left.
15. Small Hill Obstacle – Up and Left (2.53 mi)
A simple uphill obstacle where the trail veers to the left as you rise to the top.
16. Mushroom Rock – Go Counterclockwise (2.61 mi)
Aptly named, this rock formation looks much like a mushroom. As you see it, it looks like the trail goes down and to the right, but this is not the case. Drive towards the rock and follow it around on the right side, going counterclockwise where you enter will turn right about ¾ of the way through the other side.
17. Obstacle – Easy Line is Straight with Hardline Left and Up (2.65 mi)
Continue straight here for the less challenging line or try the harder line that goes up the rock formation the left.
18. Downhill and to the Right (2.68 mi)
After you follow the path for a short distance, the trail takes a sharp turn right and downhill. If you miss this turn you quickly find out that you missed it.
19. Obstacles – Drivers Choice (2.79 mi)
Stay on the main trail but there are a few different lines you can choose as you drive this portion.
20. Steps Obstacle/Trail End (3.05 mi)
4-Low is needed here. Be sure to allow ample space for the vehicle in front of you to get down before you start this potion as the steps can sometimes be rather sandy and slippery. Let your gears do the work and only use light brake pressure when required. This concludes the trail and you will now backtrack the way you came in. Remember to keep your eyes open for oncoming traffic and stay to the right when you reach fork at Waypoint 7.

Directions to Trailhead

Trailhead Coordinates: 34.846195, -111.758251

Starting Point: Sedona, Arizona

From Highway 179, on the south end of Sedona, turn east onto Morgan Road. After heading straight down the road, through a residential area - just past the second "No Outlet" sign - the road will turn to dirt and you'll find a parking lot on the left. From here you can park and go on a hiking trail, or drive further down FR 179F into some exceptionally beautiful scenery and challenging 4x4 driving.

Camping

Not allowed
There is no camping along this trail, nor anywhere within Sedona; however, you can find primitive and not so primitive camping areas throughout Coconino National Forest. For dispersed camping, Schnebly Hill Road has plenty on its western side. Many other areas, a little way outside of Sedona (including along some of the "Nearby Trails"), offer dispersed camping just off the dirt roads and trails with no fees or permits required. There are also hotels within Sedona and other nearby towns, some of which are high-end tourist attractions with very little parking. Making finding a parking spot in downtown Sedona somewhat difficult, especially on weekends.
Camping: Broken Arrow

Land Use Issues

As the only way into and out of Broken Arrow is through an otherwise quiet residential area, you'll want to be observant of the traffic laws. Residents have been known to complain about heavy traffic caused by 4x4 vehicles and have even joined together to try and get the forest road closed, so be respectful as you make your way on the pavement.

Trail Reviews (28)

Author: Official Crew
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This is a trail that many people seek out or have on their bucket list for pure beauty of it and for its mild challenges. A relatively mild trail with big scenery. It’s short, I think it’s one of those trails that once you do it, you’ve done it and probably won’t revisit.

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Was alot of Fun With a 3" Lift & 37's on a Gladiator Rubicon. BAD PART THERE WERE HERDS OF PINK JEEPS. Almost hit one Looking Confused in the Middle of the Road

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I ran this trail today in my stock Rubicon Gladiator. Rubbed the underbelly a couple times as the long wheel base doesn’t like this trail much. But other then that had a great time. Trail is in good condition, no Jeep tours with COVID 19. There where however some dirt bikes that seemed to be making a mess of the trail. This is not typical of this trail. It was not as busy as I expected being Sunday in Sedona. I am assuming this is because of Covid.

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We did this trail in a stock Jku with a spring leveling kit and 33" tires. No problems at all. Very scenic fun trail. I dont understand why most people bash the Pink Jeep Tours, if it wasn't for them, this trail would probably not even be open. They and the other tours maintain this and other trails in the area.

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The trail is in good condition, unchanged from previous years. It was fairly busy midmorning this Sunday, but NO PINK JEEPS thanks to the quarantines.

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Nothing to difficult at all ! Can be difficult if your rig is stock. A lot of fun, I had no issues with the barbie jeeps. For the most part the drivers were nice and informative after going and introducing myself at a couple of stops. I just have to remind myself they are working and I am not. (VACA) As always the views are stunning, and worth it. We took lunch and just relaxed at the view point. It is a must see when in Sedona !!

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*** Beware of the difficulty rating on this one *** I've been on trails rated up to 8-9 in Big Bear, CA which were equivalent to this trail or less difficult. It would be my opinion that the rating needs to be reviewed and revised to end up at least in the 7 range for Devil's Staircase. Rating this so low could lead anyone to believe they can make this trail without issue. Amazing trail though. Lots of clearance, 4Lo, and good suspension recommended. And yes, beware of the Pink Jeeps, those guys can be a**holes and pushy while you're trying to safely navigate the obstacles on the trail.

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Watch out for the pink cockroaches (pink jeep tours). They act like they own the trails they're on. It's PUBLIC land guys. We pay for it with our taxes and it's OUR land. It doesn't belong to Pink Jeep! Be courteous, but don't let their drivers try and bully you to move for them. I have no problem sharing the road, but these guys clearly do. They will lie and tell you, you're going the wrong way on a one way and therefore you need to move for them. Absolute BS! I'd advise just wasting as much as their time as possible until they share the trail and stop lying to those of us with our own rigs. Overall, the trail is fun. It took us about 1.5 hours and we were taking our time. Devil's Staircase is very steep in person. Just take it slow and you'll be fine. Skid plates advised.

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As usual, Broken Arrow is in great shape, and gorgeous. Busy around sunrise and sunset with tons of Pink Jeep Tours. A mildly modified SUV or a Wrangler will be able to do everything on this trail. Full size pickups will NOT make it, unless heavily modified; there is some tight rock crawling that doesn't favor long low vehicles. Follow the trail map and especially the one-way arrows to make sure you stay on route and obey the one way sections, especially if it's busy, to avoid traffic jams (the middle loop is clockwise one way, in the direction that puts the Staircase downhill).

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Great trail with spectacular views! Went early in the morning and we were the only ones on the trail.

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Unseasonably cool and beautiful in Sedona due to the Monsoon rains. Despite the moisture, the trail was almost totally dry, and perfect. What a perfect spot!

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Agree with Kevin - go early and beat the crow. The Pink Jeep Tours run through here and you can spend some time waiting. However, all the Pink Jeep drivers were very courteous to give others the right of way. Very fun trail and short if you want to run it twice, it's worth it especially if you have to drive hours to get to the Sedona area. There are enough lines to choose from that a stock 4Runner will make it no problems, maybe scrape the tow hitch. Now if you have some modifications to many mods there are obstacles that you can play on.

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This is a super fun trail. My 2011 stock Unlimited Rubicon made it no problem. Didn't even need lockers.

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Broken Arrow is on of my all time favorites! The incredible beauty coupled with the fun trail are hard to beat. While on our annual trip to Sedona some friends from our home town were attending Overland Expo and close enough they made a detour and called me to see if i might show them around. Where else would you be able to show someone such sites and have such wheelin'? All I can report is the trail is as awesome as ever! Since it was late in the afternoon we had space to play around a little on the rocks. We will be back here again at least one more time before we go home!

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This was a beautiful trail. This is a pretty quick trail, but can take longer due to the pink Jeep tours. We started the trail early in the morning to avoid heavy traffic on the trail. Definitely try going down Devil's Staircase, lots of fun. Will be going back soon.

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Very nice trail. Lots of traffic. If you do this on a weekend be prepared for a lot of traffic. Didn't do all the trail do to time constants. Fantastic scenery.

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Beautiful scenery! We drive a well built jeep so this trail was not difficult but a few spots added fun. We started the trail around 8am and didn't encounter any other vehicles while on the trail. Even with getting out and walking around at a few spots the whole trip only took us 2 1/4 hours. Most likely because there was no trail traffic. So glad we went early!

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Love this trail. I think this trail is an incredible "starter" trail for everyone new to off-roading who are willing to take their rigs out. This trail is quick, but can often be slowed down due to the pink Jeep tours. I often try to hit this trail with about 90 minutes of sunlight left, that way the traffic has died down and I can get through it without having to run into a group of "tourists". When someone asks me to take them on a trail, this is the one I like to do. It stretches your flex enough to be cool, but is relatively safe if your wheeling responsibly. Devils staircase is the only "pucker" factor, but I have a JK with 35s and a 4in lift so it is all about brake control. Anything smaller than that would likely scrap. Love this trail. Especially good for a day taking in the sights and "chilling".

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Broken Arrow is a fun trail, even in the rain. The rain does makes this trail a bit more challenging though. Consider that traction is reduced on slick rock when it's wet, but not so much that it makes it impassible. Be sure to air down before attempting this trail when wet. We hit the trailhead at 7pm. On must summer nights in Sedona, this isn't yet too late. You'll find the Pink Jeep Tours are finishing up their last tours for the day at that time. When it's raining though, you can expect the trail to get dark earlier. This adds to the challenge, making it hard to spot the train in some areas (around waypoint 22). In summary, don't take this trail at night, in the rain, if it is your first time out on Broken Arrow. If you've done it before and are ready for a fun challenge, carry on! As a final note, don't forget that trails can be damaged when wheeling while wet. While most of this trail is rock, be sure to follow a Tread Lightly philosophy when on this, or any other Sedona trail, in the rain.

Author: Official Crew
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I was in Sedona for a brief overnight stay and had to run the famous "Broken Arrow". I have always seen and heard about it and was really excited to run it myself. While the trail was fairly easy for a lifted Jeep, the staircase obstacle was the most technical part of the drive. The drive aside, the scenery was beautiful and almost otherworldly. Once back deeper into the trail, I felt a deep calmness come over me and was thinking there might just be something to the vortex phenomena that Sedona is known for!

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Great day on the trail with wet conditions and plenty of mud to play in. Took my girlfriends 2015 JK up devils staircase - made it to the top but had to use front and rear lockers. I do not advise to go up this obstacle as there are usually other vehicles on the top working there way down. Highly recommend this trail if you visit Sedona as it's one of the best scenery trails around. Be aware that the trail is sometimes overrun with the Pink jeep tours, especially during the peak season in the spring and summer.

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A great February day in Sedona, not too hot, just about right. A great trail with a different view at each turn of the road. A must do trail in Sedona. Suggest a weekday like we did to avoid some of the outfitter traffic.

Author: Official Crew
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I had the pleasure of stopping at this trail during my drive down from Colorado. The red rock in the area is truly awesome and reminds me a lot of Moab. This trail provides a lot of good scenery and a lot of interesting rock formations to see. We hit the trail early on a Wednesday morning and saw a lot of hikers and a lot of Pink Jeep traffic. The signage on the trail is in good shape and made it easy to find the right direction to travel. We stopped for a ton of photos and still managed to complete the trail in about an hour and a half. Broken Arrow is not very technical, and in my opinion, andy vehicle with a low end transfer case will have no issues on this trail at all. If you do not have a lot of ground clearance just take it slow and steady. You may scrape the undercarriage every now and then, but there are many areas where you can choose from and easy line or a moderate line.

Author: Official Crew
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It was a bit warm, but the clouds help keep the sun at bay. The trail was as beautiful as ever with the red rock formations and the pink jeeps. Being a well maintained trail, thanks to the pink jeeps, it hasn't changed much in recent years. Being a Friday afternoon, the trail was otherwise empty, leaving it all to myself to enjoy in a quiet peaceful environment.

Author: Official Crew
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I forgot to add the pics!! It was a perfect day out on the Broken Arrow trail. The beautiful views of Sedona Arizona did not dissapoint. The trail being wet made some of the obstacles tougher than normal making the day a great one as we played around on many of then trying different lines. We hung out on the over look and had some hot chocolate which was perfect. It was not crowded at all and we only ran into 3 other Jeeps. The weather was nice with a light sprinkle of rain. We stopped in Sedona and had some terrific Mexican food at one of the many places to eat. Go out and see the awesome colors!!

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It was a perfect day out on the Broken Arrow trail. The beautiful views of Sedona Arizona did not dissapoint. The trail being wet made some of the obstacles tougher than normal making the day a great one as we played around on many of then trying different lines. We hung out on the over look and had some hot chocolate which was perfect. It was not crowded at all and we only ran into 3 other Jeeps. The weather was nice with a light sprinkle of rain. We stopped in Sedona and had some terrific Mexican food at one of the many places to eat. Go out and see the awesome colors!!

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I ran this trail in the late afternoon, which was nice with the sun being low in the sky allowed the towering rock formations to kept the sun off me and provided a different kind of scenery as the rock formations were more dramatically highlighted. The traffic was mostly Pink Jeeps driving tourists around, and I let them pass as I was stopping often to take lots of pictures of the beautiful scenery. with four of them in front of me on the trail, once of them decided to break a sway bar link caused the axle to move instead of the wheels when steering. I had to wait for them to transfer tourests, and spend the time talking to them and taking pictures for them. Otherwise it was an uneventful, but fun trip full of awsome scenary.

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Easy trail but worth the time. Trail is close to town and is very scenic. The main obstacle is "Devils Staircase" but don't let the name scare you. It's a fun trail and stock 4wd high clearance vehicles will have no problem.

Questions & Answers (9)

Q: My wife and I intend to go to Sedona in a few weeks. From what it sounds like my '17 Tacoma Off-Road short bed should be fine? I have a 2" lift and AT tires. Are skid plates necessary? I see mixed answers from peoples reviews.
–Taylor Horger (03/09/2020)
A: You should be fine with that configuration. I did it in my stock '07 FJ Cruiser with only minor scraping of the stock skid plates.
–S.J. Hollist (03/10/2020)
Q: 2017 JKU Rubicon lifted 35s towing a trailer be an issue? Its a 4x6 off road trailer.
–Robert Earles (05/28/2019)
A: There's a parking area at the trailhead. I'd recommend leaving the trailer there. It would be especially difficult to deal with in a few areas where you likely will have to backup due to traffic and dead ends.
–S.J. Hollist (06/03/2019)
A: Man, I wouldn’t. I mean I have seen trailers on more difficult trails but this trail can get really congested. Not only does it get congested it gets congested in limited passing areas through tight curves. It’s an out and back with no camping so not much need for the trailer there anyways. I think you would enjoy your day much more by leaving the trailer someplace while you do the trail. Hope that helps!
–Todd (05/28/2019)
Q: Is this trail manageable in a stock 2019 tacoma trd off road? (32 degree approach, 23.5 degree departure 9.4 in ground clearance, does have a rear locker and all terrain tires)
–Matthew Jenny (04/10/2019)
A: Yes, it can be done. The main thing you'll likely run into is scraping bottom on some of the hill climbs and descent, especially if you air down your tires.
–S.J. Hollist (04/12/2019)
Q: Will a leveled 2nd gen tundra on 35” m/t have any problems on this trail?
–Alex (07/18/2018)
A: I would recommend taking a 4wd. Some of the climbs will likely not be passable without it.
–S.J. Hollist (07/18/2018)
Q: I am using my truck and trailer to transport my atv. Where can i park.
–joe avila (04/12/2018)
A: You can park in the parking lot at waypoint 2. As long your trailer isn't huge, you should be fine.
–S.J. Hollist (04/12/2018)
Q: So after Devil's stair case, do you have to go back up the stairs to make your way out of the trail? In other words, is this a in and back out trail?
–White JK (01/17/2018)
A: No you do not have to go back up the stairs. The trail exits to the left at the bottom of the stairs or go right to chicken point.
–Brian (01/23/2018)
A: Look for trails along the north rim. I'm not familiar with the area but I hear the northern side of the grand canyon is great for off-road expeditions.
–S.J. Hollist (01/18/2018)
A: Thanks for the info. Looking forward to it. I want to make my trip to Arizona worthwhile. Do you have any trails that will get me to the Colorado River and up close and personal to the Grand Canyon? I heard about driving through Diamond Creek Rd. If that is the only trail with vehicle access to the river, is a permit required? If so, how would I obtain a permit?
–White JK (01/18/2018)
A: Going back up Devil's Staircase is not required, and actually is considered the wrong way to go. You continue forward until you come to an intersection, which you will have already passed on your way in. Turn left to head back out to the trailhead.
–S.J. Hollist (01/17/2018)
Q: Looking at possibly taking my stock 2016 4runner on this trail. Do you think there would be any issues?
–Fred henley (05/25/2017)
A: As long as you have a minimum of a 8 1/2 inch clearance from your front and back differentials and travel in 4 wheel low you should be ok. I did this trail in my Jeep Wrangler when it was stock height. I would also recommend upgrading tires from stock to something like a all terrain with descent blocks.
– (08/30/2017)
A: As long as it's four-wheel drive you should be okay. You may find a few spots were you'll have minor clearance issues, but I've taken my FJ Cruiser on it when it was completely stock. I just scraped the skid plates in a few spots.
–S.J. Hollist (05/26/2017)
Q: Have you seen any stock f250s rolling through?
–Wyatt (02/17/2017)
A: I have seen a group of F-150's going up there for Ford advertisement, they did have a few issues with ground clearance, but luckily their trucks were fitted with some aftermarket skid plates. I would probably advise against taking a stock F-250 out there as there are a few short but steep inclines that may not be ideal for a longer wheel-based truck. Hope this helps!
–Hawk Miller (02/18/2017)
Q: I have a 2008 f250 4x4 it's leveled and has 33 inch bfg all terrains! Will my truck make it?
–Wyatt (02/16/2017)
A: You'll definitely find some spots to be very tight, but you might be okay as long as your extra careful.
–S.J. Hollist (05/26/2017)

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Todd

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Todd is an avid wheeler who loves to explore new trails whenever and wherever he can. They say necessity is the mother of all invention and that holds true for Todd. His want and desire to find passable trails and new nooks and crannies of the Great American West to explore were his reasons behind starting Trailsoffroad.com. On any given weekend you can find Todd on some obscure 4x4 trail or using his legs to hike to an alpine lake.
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