Enjoy four-wheeling the rugged deserts of western Arizona. Hualapai Mountain provides a cool off-road getaway when other western Arizona trails sizzle in summer heat that exceeds degrees Fahrenheit. There is trailhead parking that accommodates trailers; trailhead has two picnic ramadas, restroom, and a "tot lot" where young riders can learn some basic ATV skills. Turn right to the southern staging area just off the highway go across the cattle guard; GPS: From the marked trailhead at an elevation of 6, feet on the southwest side of Mt. Difficulty level is moderate. The Strip can be a lonely place.
A Grand Canyon in the making. We set up our cooking station where we would begin on dinner very soon. A mere 5 feet of width remained and the only marks across the narrow strip were clearly ATV tracks. After leaving the National Park, we turned west and began a rapid climb up Mt. Continue on the highway 91 into the Beaver Dam mountains to find several other dirt roads. Follow the road and when you come to a 'Y' stay on the main road. Depending on ability, one can ride along the Toquerville creek bottom and locate beautiful cliff walls and vegetation.
Scenic highlights along the trail network include Toroweap Point, a remote campground that overlooks the Colorado River and Grand Canyon from a 3,foot cliff. Most trails listed on this map are still open to ride on, these gate closures are to control where users enter and exit the use area. From Safford, travel seven miles east on Highway 70 and turn south on Haekel Road. Offers ATV certification classes. There are a lot of neat views on this ride.
No fees or permit required for trail use. There are a lot of neat views on this ride. The Dixie National Forest spans miles across southern Utah. The trail turned left onto BLM and headed north as things continued to get rougher. Please contact BLM Field Offices and other local land management agencies for updated fee information. Trails Illustrated topographic maps are designed to take you into the wilderness and back.