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Unread 11-04-2012, 02:11 PM   #91
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Sure was.

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Some were taken while I was doing the North Rim Grand Canyon area (~320 mile loop all offroad), others are in the Florence Junction area (Highway to Hell, Bad Medicine etc). I have did some of the Table Mesa trails (Lower & Upper Terminator, Anaconda etc) but I don't think any of the above pics are from those runs.
Man I need on of those trail books. I live off carefree hwy and go to table mesa all the time and never see too many difficult runs.

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Unread 11-05-2012, 09:24 AM   #92
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Unread 11-05-2012, 09:55 AM   #93
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Man I need on of those trail books. I live off carefree hwy and go to table mesa all the time and never see too many difficult runs.
many of those runs are being done by the The Arizona Virtual Jeep Club guys all the time. Most of them are in that area as well. They have all those trails listed as well, what you should be running etc. most of those are in the3+ 4 and up. You wont find many of the hard trails in a wells book too. They did not list them for a reason. To much possible damage etc. i would think. Even the latest book left out all thetrails around Presidents choice in parker. Wells has that as the hard trail there but thier are like 5 other trails in that few miles that are way harder. 33's and those trails will be very rough. most guys are running 35 lockers at least, breaking stuff.
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many of those runs are being done by the The Arizona Virtual Jeep Club guys all the time. Most of them are in that area as well. They have all those trails listed as well, what you should be running etc. most of those are in the3+ 4 and up. You wont find many of the hard trails in a wells book too. They did not list them for a reason. To much possible damage etc. i would think. Even the latest book left out all thetrails around Presidents choice in parker. Wells has that as the hard trail there but thier are like 5 other trails in that few miles that are way harder. 33's and those trails will be very rough. most guys are running 35 lockers at least, breaking stuff.
Awesome, thanks. I'm looking at bumping to 35s this spring with the addition of an 8.8 but the 33s add some intensity to the smaller runs Haha
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Unread 11-09-2012, 03:10 PM   #95
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Well I went riding on another of the trails near my house (about 2 miles away). We don't have alot of rocks nearby,(besides the fact I can't do much rock crawling with open diff's) but we have hundreds of trails both down in the valley and up in the mountains around here. This ride was just to pass an hour or two of time until my boys got home from school. Enjoy.
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Unread 11-15-2012, 03:50 PM   #96
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Today I went up Miller Canyon in the Huachuca Mountains. Smooth road pretty much to the end. Wanted to check out where the monument fire had been in this canyon. Hard to tell there was ever a fire there, just a few burned trees, but mostly green. Then I headed down into the valley to the bustling ghost town of Hereford, Az. Well the actual Hereford town site, that is. Now it is just a couple of cement slabs and foundations. Hereford used to be a major rail stop back in the day. I believe that cattle from the nearby Kings Ranch used to be loaded here. This rail line ran from Benson, Az, to Naco, Mexico. Lot of interesting history around here, that has been mostly forgotten. In nearby Palominas, There is an old reserve army airfield where they used to station bombers during WWII. You can still see the runways on satellite map imagery. Not much 4 wheel drive, but a nice late morning drive.
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Unread 11-15-2012, 03:53 PM   #97
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The rest of the pics I took today:
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Unread 11-23-2012, 03:45 PM   #98
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I went up to Garden Canyon on Ft Huachuca today to see where the trails start. I have never been up there before and it is a great place for just exploring. Drove a little ways up one of the trails to see what they where like. Should be fun tomorrow... Here are some pics of the canyon and a couple just a short ways up one of the trails... Also one of a smaller, 2bladed wind generator they have on post. Enjoy.
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Unread 11-23-2012, 03:47 PM   #99
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About 30 miles N of Phx is Black Canyon City

Bumblebee, Cleator and Old Cordes.Took a trip today up in that area takes about most of the day if mess around.There's some neat buildings still open.Bar in Cleator and Gift Shop in Old Cordes.Then there's some classic old Arizona Rust Vehicles.Its a dry heat.
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Unread 11-26-2012, 09:05 PM   #102
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20 minutes and I'm in Tonto National Forest. Always lookin for new places



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Unread 11-27-2012, 09:08 AM   #103
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Very nice pics! Here are some pics of last winter up on Mt Lemmon which is about 45 minutes from where we live. We went up the week before Christmas in my wife's 95 ZJ. We are looking forward to going up again next month once the snow starts again.









We went up again the next week, which was Christmas Eve Day, and the skies were clear, and the snow was great for sledding with the kids:





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My youngest son and I went back up to Ft Huachuca on Saturday to run some of the trails. We ended up going alone, because no one else showed up, but we still had a great time driving up the trails. There were alot of steep, very loose rocky sections that I was thinking I might not make it up because of open diffs and 31's, but had absolutely no problems whatsoever. We actually got up to over 7000ft, but forgot to take a pic of the gps until we had come about half way back down. Enjoy the pics:
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Unread 11-27-2012, 09:33 AM   #105
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The gate at the beginning of the dirt road in to the upper part of garden canyon was locked, so we went up through the little parking lot to one of the side trails. When we came back down, we took a different trail and ended up behind the locked gate, so we drove up Garden Canyon a ways more. The road has been washed out, and I believe the gate is locked to keep people in regular cars from going up, because there were a couple of tight areas. The one area where there is a huge rock on one side, had enough room for me to rub against the rock with my tires without falling into the washed out area. We only went up a little ways and then turned around. We wanted to save the rest for another trip.
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