Get a book called "Arizona Backroads & 4-Wheel Drive Trails". Look up the Arizona chapter of the Virtual Jeep Club. I've got some friends who belong to it here in the Phoenix area. You won't have any troubles finding people to jeep with anywhere in the SW. We're everywhere.
'07 JK Sahara Unlimited
6 spd manual
No desert pin striping...yet
Ditto. Lots of things in this area and the book is a good start. Ya, send me an e-mail directly (I don't get on this forum all that often) and I can send you to lots of place and/or take you there. Chuck <firstname.lastname@example.org>
95 Cherokee Country (PePe Le Pew) 4.0 Auto
4.56 gears, Aussie Front,PowerTrax No Slip rear (D30/Corp8.25) JKS front discos, no rear sway bar, Rustys t-case skid plate, elastomeric roof coating,
Custom4x4Fabrication rock sliders and diff protectors,
Super Swampers 32x10.5x15 and fender trimming
04 Rubicon, RE 3.5" Super Flex, Tom Woods drive shafts, Old Man Emu Shocks, JKS bar pin eliminators, Daystar 1" body and motor mount lift , Olympic bumpers, Teraflex Steering box skid, Jeep Medic engine skid and tummy tuck, Shrockworks sliders, Powerslot rotors, Hawk brake pads, Spidertrax 1.5" wheel spacers, Borla cat-back exhaust, Airaid intake and throttle body spacer, Gen-right hood louvers, Optima red top battery, Bestop spare tire carrier, Skyjacker tie rod, Monroe steering stabilizer, Herculiner on the floor, OR-Fab sport cage, Kilby full length rack, Cobra CB and antenna, T-Max 9000 lb winch, A-Z Fabrication winch mount, Zenon 6" flares, custom fabed Stinger, Alpine stereo with JL audio sub and I-pod, Garmin with 08 TOPO, Viar on board air compressor... Etc...
If you still need someone to show you around let me know. We got Chivo Falls to the East, The Gap to the North, Florence, etc. Also, check out Wildcat Offroad, the UA 4 Wheeling Club. Naxja's AZ Chapter is also a pretty cool gang.
98 XJ on 32's and 2-3" lift, locked, armored, and ready to rock.