This series of easy, scenic roads will take you from Pinto Mine Road on US 60 to the summit of Pinal Peak, and back down into Globe.
This Jeep trail takes you high into the Dripping Springs Mountains, through several mines and visits an old mining cabin built with a tree through the roof. One section includes steep, loose climbs on roads that see very little use.
Mt Ord is 7000' elevation, so it is a nice place to be in hot weather, but not so good after a cold winter storm.
A short, quick Jeep trail.
Mud Springs is a very bumpy, somewhat scratchy, quite challenging in-and-out Jeep trail. The challenging areas are a lot of fun with a well equipped Jeep, but the bumpy road will turn off many people.
This biggest portion of this Jeep trail is an easy and relaxing trip on well maintained gravel road from Highway 79 south of Florence to Highway 77 at Dudleyville. This is where you can explore the fairly extensive "Old "96" ranch.
A very enjoyable back country Jeep trail from SR 288 (Young Road) just north of Roosevelt Lake back to SR 288 north of Young. This trip stays east of the Sierra Ancha Wilderness and skirts the edge of the Apache Reservation. 16 miles on the Cherry Creek Road then 40 miles on Forest Service Road 202, passing over the Lone Pine Divide. Easy road with a few rough stretches. It will not take as long as you might think.
A scenic Jeep trail from the Queen Valley golf course to the Woodbury trailhead on Montana Mountain.
This is a scenic Jeep trail that rises above 5,000’ in the Superstition Mountains. There is a “marble mine” that produced calcium carbonate for a processing plant in Superior. The mine has not been active since before 2010 (best guess).
Hackberry Creek is one of our favorite trails. It can be run as either a 3.0 or a 4.0 rated trail. Nice overlooks of Devil's Canyon, great wheeling and lots of interesting rock formations.
Jack Handle is a short Jeep trail with an obstacle called “Jack’s Crack”. You will need high clearance to climb the ledge entering this squeeze. It is just wide enough for a Jeep JK.