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Old 08-07-2013, 03:56 PM   #1
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Maps for jeeping,Arizona&Utah

Does anyone have maps of jeep trails for Arizona and Utah that they can share with me? We are going out for the month of September and in to October and I am finding out that there are a lot of jeeping trails to get out and ride on in both states and would like to see if I could find maps of these roads and trails that allow you to get out and sight see and do some easy trail riding.
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Great jeep trail books from this company.

http://http://www.funtreks.com/

They are available at Amazon as well.
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Thanks, but the link does not open for me.....
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I see what the problem is.
http://www.funtreks.com/
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Moab in UT is PRIME!!!

AZ, Sedona (Red Rock), Casa Grande, Prescott (Senator Road, Big Bug Mesa)...anywhere you go there are thousands of miles of trails.

Apache trail was nice.
Christmas tree pass near Bullhead City.

This will help you.
https://www.google.com/search?q=ariz...&client=safari
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Thank you Dave for the post and the info. I will go through the page you sent me this weekend. Thanks.....
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Thank you Dave for the post and the info. I will go through the page you sent me this weekend. Thanks.....
Welcome!

Let me add....

Broken Arrow in Sedona is totally awesome. If you go to the visitor center you can find out about more local trails too. They also have this:

http://www.greatsedonahikes.com/devilsbr/devilsbr.htm

Up the hill from Sedona to the West is Jerome. Mingus Mountain is an easy trail that is halfway to Prescott from Jerome. And Jerome is cool all by itself!

In Prescott, near Sedona, there is Senator Highway (easy) and Big Bug Mesa (can be testy). If you go to the Hike Shack in downtown Prescott they have AZ trail books there.

I could go on and on.

Oh, the Verde Valley Railroad is a fine ride.

Check out my travel blog link in my signature. More fun. More trails.

Jeep on!

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Search the author Charles Wells, he has several books on south west, excellent books.
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Again , thank you all for your reply's so far......
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Not a bad place to start...

Arizona OHV Trails & OHV Maps OHV Places to Ride and Areas in Arizona
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