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Northwest Arizona Unpaved Backroads

 
G-Guide Routes
Elevation
Rating
Miles
17 Mile Road 1,506 - 3,347 2 15.0

Alamo Lake Trail

1,099 - 3,170
1
58.1

Backway to Oatman Trail

556 - 2,693
2
13.4

Buckskin Mountains Trail

400 - 1,065
6
9.3

Cattail Cove Trail

474 - 1,203
5
8.3

Chloride Mines Trail

3,576 - 6,204
5
18.1

Crossman Peak Trail

1,161 - 2,373
5
36.4

Desert Queen Mine Trail

1,384 - 2,064
3
10.6

Eldorado Jeep Trail

651 - 3,083
3
13.5

Falls Springs Wash Trail

496 - 3,372
4
6.7

Fire Point, Timp Point Trail

7,564 - 9,199
2
39.9

Flag Mine Trail

2,026 - 7,061
5
45.5

Four Peaks Mountain Trail

1,070 - 1,363
4
14.3

Glory Hole Mine Trail

1,837 - 2,273
5
2.1

Grandview Lookout Trail

6,591 - 7,520
2
24.8

Gray Eagle Mine Trail

640 - 803
4
3.6

Hualapai Mountains Trail

2,026 - 7,061
5
33.1

Mineral Wash Trail

479 - 1,750
5
17.3

Mohave Mountains Trail

1,161 - 2,387
3
13.4

Mossback Wash Trail

1,848 - 2,441
4
6.4

Moss Mine Trail

1,959 - 2,165
3
1.9

Nellie Mine Road

518 - 965
1
4.6

Oatman / Warms Springs Trail

518 - 965
4
34.5

Packsaddle Mountain Trail

3,576 - 6,204
4
18.4

Pass Canyon Trail

1,959 - 2,559
7
14.1

Plomosa Range Trail

1,093 - 1,240
3
6.8

Point Sublime Trail

7,297 - 8,400
4
17.8

Portland Mine Road

809 - 3,793
4
37.7

Powerline Road

750 - 879
6
6.2

Railroad Canyon Trail

1,240 - 1,324
3
4.7

Rawhide Mountains Trail

762 - 2,310
5
17.4

Red Mountain Trail

400 - 1,065
6
3.8

Saddle Mountain Road

8,720 - 9,160
2
22.8

Santa Maria Mountains Trail

4,639 - 6,569
2
37.0

Secret Pass Trail

2,146 - 3,797
5
19.5

Seventeen Mile Road

1,506 - 3,347
2
15.1

Signal Road

1,478 - 2,195
1
17.9

Sleeping Princess Trail

2,559 - 3,458
7
26.3

South Bass Trailhead Trail

6,079 - 6,719
2
29.6

South Plomosa Range Trail

1,027 - 1,690
4
15.8

Swansea Loop Trail

801 - 1,324
3
13.3

Swansea Pumping Plant Trail

1,079 - 1,194
4
4.1

Swansea Road

942 - 1,777
1
26.2

The Points Trail

7,520 - 9,199
4
95.1

Thumb Butte Trail

2,146 - 2,559
5
15.1

Tonto Wash Trail

4,659 - 5,065
2
17.4

Toroweap Overlook Trail

3,040 - 5,878
5
65.5

Vampire Mine Trail

479 - 1,045
7
14.4

Walnut Creek Road

5,200 - 5,719
2
11.0

White Hills Trail

2,438 - 4,879
3
23.3
 
 
 
Trail Technical Ratings:
 
1 - Graded dirt road. Dry, or less than 3" water crossing depth. Gentle grades. 2WD under all conditions except snow. No width problems, two vehicles wide.

2 - Dirt road. Dry, or less than 3" water crossing depth. Some ruts. Slight grades, up to 10 degrees. 2WD under most conditions. Rain or snow may make 4WD necessary. Usually one and a half to two vehicles wide.

3 - Dirt road. Rutted, washes, or gulches. Water crossings up to 6" depth. Passable mud. Grades up to 10 degrees. Small rocks or holes. 4WD recommended but 2WD possible under good conditions and with adequate ground clearance and skill. No width problems for any normal vehicle. Vehicle passing spots frequently available if less than two vehicles wide.

4 - Rutted and/or rocky road. No shelves but rocks to 9". Water crossings usually less than hub deep. Passable mud. Grades moderate, up to 15 degrees. Side hill moderate up to 15 degrees. 4WD under most conditions. No width problems, vehicle passing spots frequently available if less than two vehicles wide.

5 - Rutted and/or rocky road. No shelves. Rocks up to 12" and water crossings up to 12" with possible currents. Passable mud. Moderate grades to 15 degrees. 6" holes. Side hill to 20 degrees. 4WD required. No width problems.

6 - Quite rocky or deep ruts. Rocks to 12" and frequent. Water crossings may exceed hub depth with strong currents. Shelves to 6". Mud may require checking before proceeding. Moderate grades to 20 degrees. Sidehill may approach 30 degrees. 4WD necessary and second attempts may be required with stock vehicles. Caution may be required with wider vehicles.

7 - Rocks frequent and large, 12" and may exceed hub height. Holes frequent or deep (12"). Shelves to 9". Mud 8" deep and may be present on uphill sections. Grades to 25 degrees and sidehill to 30 degrees. Water crossings to 18" and may have strong currents. 1-1/2 vehicles wide. 4WD required. Driver experience helpful.

8 - Heavy rock and/or severe ruts. Rocks exceeding hub height frequent. Shelves to 12". Deep mud or uphill mud sections. Steep grades to 25 degrees and can be loose or rocky. Water crossings may exceed 30" in depth. Side hill to 30 degrees. One vehicle wide. Body damage possible. Experience needed. Vehicle Modifications helpful.

9 - Severe rock over 15". Frequent deep holes over 15". Shelves over 15". Mud bog conditions (long, deep, no form bottom). Over 30" water crossings with strong currents. Steep grades over 30 degrees. Sidehill over 30 degrees. May not be passable by stock vehicles. Experience essential. Body damage, mechanical breakdown, rollover probable. Extreme caution required.

10 - Severe conditions. Extreme caution recommended. Impassable by stock vehicles. Winching required. Trail building necessary. May be impassable. Impassable under anything but ideal conditions. Vehicle damage probable. Personal injury possible. Extreme caution necessary.

 
 
 

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