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Posted: 9/23/2011 2:51:52 PM EST
[Last Edit: 9/23/2011 2:54:06 PM EST by 0uTkAsT]
Hey guys, I'm wondering if anyone knows of some good trails to take in the higher country in central/Eastern AZ? Looking to do a few weekend trips before it gets too cold... I hate that fluffy white shit that falls from the sky up there in the winter. Specific road/trail names and/or GPS coordinates are most appreciated. I like scenic trails that are challenging but not too bad (my truck is locked and armored but the better half gets bitchy when things get too rough). I'd like to avoid Reservations and such that require permits to stay over night. Places to shoot are always a bonus but not necessary. Feel free to post pictures also. Love the desert but it gets a little old.

Thanks much!

Link Posted: 9/23/2011 3:53:25 PM EST
Have you checked out the Pinal Mountains in Globe? FR 112 and 222 will take you up to Pinal Peak at about 7000 ft. Mount Lemmon north of Tucson is some good wheeling too. I always go in from Oracle and run FR 38 to the top. There are a couple of dedicated campgrounds along FR 38 and plenty of spots to be on your own. Mt Lemmon is 9100 ft.
Link Posted: 9/23/2011 4:25:13 PM EST
Originally Posted By KB7DX:
Have you checked out the Pinal Mountains in Globe? FR 112 and 222 will take you up to Pinal Peak at about 7000 ft. Mount Lemmon north of Tucson is some good wheeling too. I always go in from Oracle and run FR 38 to the top. There are a couple of dedicated campgrounds along FR 38 and plenty of spots to be on your own. Mt Lemmon is 9100 ft.

I have been down to Lemmon a couple times, but I've never been up to Pinal Peak, I'll have to check it out! Thanks!
Link Posted: 9/30/2011 4:30:23 PM EST
Head over to

AZFJ.org

and you will find the info you are looking for.

Its mostly FJ cruisers, but everyone is welcome, even people that drive vehicles that start with "J"...
Link Posted: 9/30/2011 4:57:03 PM EST
Originally Posted By nimrag:
Head over to

AZFJ.org

and you will find the info you are looking for.

Its mostly FJ cruisers, but everyone is welcome, even people that drive vehicles that start with "J"...
Cool, thank you!
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