Flagstaff and its surrounding areas offer a variety of off-road trails for enthusiasts to explore. While preferences may vary, here are five popular off-roading routes in the Flagstaff area:.
This trail leads to the top of Mount Elden, providing panoramic views of Flagstaff and the surrounding area. While the trail itself is primarily used for hiking, UTVs are allowed on the lower portion.
Located east of Flagstaff, the Cinder Hills OHV Area offers a network of off-road trails through volcanic terrain. It’s known for its unique red cinder cones and challenging trails suitable for various skill levels.
The Arizona Trail runs across the state, and a segment passes through Flagstaff, providing access to beautiful wilderness and diverse terrain.
Located southwest of Flagstaff, the Kelly Motorized Trail System offers a variety of off-road trails with different levels of difficulty. It’s a great option for those seeking a mix of challenges and scenic views.
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Always remember to check current regulations, obtain necessary permits, and adhere to safety guidelines when using recreational vehicles and UTVs on these trails. Additionally, trail conditions may vary by season, so it’s advisable to check for updates before heading out on your off-road adventure in Flagstaff.
Why Make Village Camp Your Off Road Adventure Base Camp in Flagstaff?
Village Camp Flagstaff features a pool and heated spa with a bathhouse, a full bar and bistro housed in a mountain modern clubhouse – framed by steel construction and glass walls amplifying breathtaking views of the San Francisco Peaks.
Amenities still in the works include an amphitheater with an outdoor bar and dancefloor, a naturescape playground, pickleball courts (and plenty of ’em!), plus a dog park because bringing Fido along is not only welcomed – but encouraged.