- El Golfo Run (easy)
*****UPDATED******* Welcome to our RPT El Golfo 4x4 Run in Memory of Sandra and Tom O'Hare The dates are May 17th, 18th and we return on the 19th 2019. We will be leaving the "Ranchito", which is north of the Coastal Hwy, about 4km west of the overpass outside of town, at Club Lomas Campestres. Leave Hwy 8 @ overpass north of town and head west. Big white arches on your right (if you get to the RRX, you've gone too far), turn north on the dirt road, and my place is the yellow structure with the greenish walls, right in the front. We all meet there Friday Am, around 8ish. We wait for everyone to arrive, and we take off together in one group, around 9AM. It is appx 80 miles to El Golfo. We stay off-road as much as we can, but with all the new private property fences, and the Biosphere, we have to travel the paved Coastal Hwy, at points. You must bring food and drink (and enough gasoline to take you the 80+ miles) for the day, as there is nothing between my house and El Golfo. We stop for lunch at an old train stop, which is our 1/2 way point. You MUST have a 4x4 OR a sand buggy, rail, Razr, etc...and you MUST know how to drive in the sand. We arrive in El Golfo (depending on break-downs), around 3PM. We don't leave anyone behind, if they break something. Follow the driver in front of you at a close enough distance as not to loose sight of them, and far enough behind to allow them to make mistakes on the dunes, or the beach. We spend two nights in El Golfo. We head back to Peñasco Sunday AM, around 9AM, gassed up with food and drink. Sunday, back in Peñasco, we meet 4PM for our "Survivors Sunset Dinner" at The Satisfied Frog at the end of the Malecon (old port), We need to know the names of the people in your vehicle, and the a description of the vehicle you will be driving. Please email Alicia with your info at [masked] and she will be getting back to you with the info about hotel reservations. Everyone that is sure to go please email us and let us know to add you to our list. https://www.facebook.com/events/425761281508151/?notif_t=events_recurring¬if_id=1553272945187798
- Hackberry Trail Run
Get this trail before it's gone! We'll do Hackberry trail loop, which is 10 miles of awesome scenery and challenging trails. Please join and read the excellent write-up on Trails Off Road to decide if this run is for you: https://www.trailsoffroad.com/trails/1616-hackberry-creek-loop I recommend modified Jeeps only, 35" or larger tires, winch and recovery gear, and at least one locker. Not recommend for stock Jeeps CB radio required! Bring plenty of water as it will be warming up!
- Walnut Canyon loop (easy)
This is the 'easy' ride for stock or lightly modified Jeeps. Bring your camera! Walnut Canyon provides some spectacular scenery and endless vistas. Please register at Trailsoffroad.com and https://www.xploremor.net/ for access to maps and tons of information about this area. This will be an all day ride so plan accordingly. The loop takes a good 5-6 hours to do and we'll make a few stops for pictures and lunch on the trail. The route uses Rincon road which take us very near the Gila River which should be flowing very strong. If you have the Guide to Arizona Backroads and 4 Wheel Drive Trails it's page 140 in the 2nd Edition. Meet at Goldfield Chevron at 6:45 AM, fuel up, pre-ride orientation, and roll out promptly at 7:15 AM. We'll go to Superior then south on 177 to the Battle Axe Rd staging area to air down. PERMIT REQUIRED: https://land.az.gov/applications-and-permits VEHICLE REQUIREMENTS: Jeeps only please, Off road or Mud Terrain tires, no street tires. Stock height will be OK for this ride. Working spare tire. CB Radio Hi-Lift Jack and recovery gear: tow strap, D-ring recovery points or tow hooks front and rear, Winch is preferred. Portable or on-board air compressor Food and plenty of water Meet point https://www.google.com/maps/place/3265+S+Goldfield+Rd,+Apache+Junction,+AZemail@example.com,-111.5129202,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x872bb67077318dd5:0xd1044669907c1ce9!8m2!3d33.385311!4d-111.5107315 Walnut Canyon. See map in pictures for actual route we will take https://www.trailsoffroad.com/trails/1635-walnut-canyon https://www.trailsoffroad.com/trails/2185-rincon-road
- Elvis and Jack Handle
We'll do two moderate-difficult trails in the Box Canyon area: Elvis and Jack Handle. Please register at Trailsoffroad.com and https://www.xploremor.net/ for access to maps and tons of information about this area: https://www.trailsoffroad.com/trails/1124-elvis-trail https://www.trailsoffroad.com/trails/54-jack-handle exit through Box Canyon after or attempt other trails time permitting. https://www.trailsoffroad.com/trails/49-box-canyon-florence-arizona Read the trail descriptions and reviews thoroughly to decide if your skills and Jeep are right for this event. PERMIT REQUIRED: https://land.az.gov/applications-and-permits VEHICLE REQUIREMENTS: 35" or larger tires All Terrain or preferably Mud Terrain tires, lifted modified suspension. No street tires portable or on-board air compressor. Front and rear lockers required Rock sliders, skid plates, modified bumpers highly recommended! Working, full size spare tire CB radio Recovery gear: winch most preferred, tow straps, at least one D ring front and rear; Hi Lift jack Plenty of water! Fuel and snacks enough for a full day or more. Meet 7:00 AM at Price Road staging area, roll out by 7:30 AM https://www.trailsoffroad.com/trails/61-price-road If anyone would like to ride sweep please contact me.