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Old 06-20-2006, 06:56 PM   #1
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Santa Where is the most complete list of trails?

I'm looking for the most complete list of trails.Whether its just a cool 4x4 trail, a ghost town, abandoned mine, ruins or just a cool looking trail.
Any websites that cover it pretty well or a book??
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I vote on the first book for the most comprehensive list of Arizona backroads. The middle one only has a couple of the more extreme 4x4 trails that aren't covered in the first. But all the rest of the 2nd book is covered in the first and with greater detail. The third is a great book on Arizona ghost towns.

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The first book you posted is the best for ghost town roads and stuff like that. I think the hardest trail in the first book is Crown King.

The second book is better for more moderate trails. (Most of the trails run by this club are in this book)

If you are looking for hardcore trails you better know someone. Because there isn't a book for them. And your truck needs to have gone through a lot of and to even think about these trails.
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I know what you mean. Right now I'm just looking for places to explore and check out on the weekends on my dirtbike if its hard or in my 4runner if its easy.
I have the second book, but I might look into the other two.
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