Entdecken Sie die beliebtesten Scenic Driving-Routen in Arizona mit handgefertigten Streckenkarten und Wegbeschreibungen sowie detaillierten Bewertungen und Fotos von Wanderern, Campern und Naturliebhabern wie Ihnen.

fahren mit aussicht
5 days ago

If you looking for cacti, this is the place! So many diverse cacti on the drive (which to me was much more impressive in terms of density and diversity than what I have seen at Saguaro NP). Tried both the Arch Canyon and Bull Pasture Hikes, and enjoyed Bull Pasture much more. Road is very rough and SUV/truck recommended, but we survived in a little sedan.

Offroad fahren
abseits des Weges
steinig
11 days ago

Great place to off road. To put the truck and kids and had a blast four wheeling around the range. Need four wheel drive in some spots, watch for drops, and ATV’s on corners. Stop for shooting like many others. Great weekend outing with family

Absolutely stunning views of the painted desert!

Trail #143 to Four Peaks is closed. Gate is bolted shut. You can run Trail #11 right next to #143. It's 7.6 miles long and connects to route 87. Lots of areas to play/explore also along #11. We ran this in UTV, Jeep Rubicon and extended Dodge Ram Pick up.

great trail! the original recorded one doesn't take you all the way to oatman town, it's about 3 miles on the highway after that.

wandern
ausgewaschen
kein schatten
steinig
14 days ago

To clarify, there is a road to the peak and a trail that goes about half way to the peak. The trail begins and ends at the road. Hikers & bikers can choose either path. The trail is very rocky and definitely worth a moderate rating. The road is easy to walk but you have to keep an eye out for cars. I took the trail up to the road, then the road to the peak and the road all the way down. Bikers will find it difficult to control their decent on the trail so help them out by stepping aside. If you drive, please slow down!

Took the ATV out to check out Browns Peak hiking trail and this road was closed.

wandern
eisig
schlammig
15 days ago

We started in the Nogales side and made it 11 miles.... can’t wait to come back and try again. Unfortunately the dirt road, melted snow, and more snow was we were getting higher in the mountains concerned me about getting the Tahoe stuck, so I turned around and headed back. It was so beautiful though!!

Offroad fahren
brücke geschlossen
schlammig
steinig
15 days ago

Great trail. Route 11 off of the main Four Peaks Entrance Rd. it will connect you back to Highway 87. Great trail. Lots of traffic. About an hour and a half drive. 10 miles. Stock 2018 JK. Higher clearance vehicles and 4 wheel drive required. Great route to use when the main Four Peaks Road is closed.

Good time , recovered someone fun at night

wandern
geschlossen
17 days ago

Trail is closed:( is there anywhere to tell when it is open or closed?

wandern
scrambling
steinig
18 days ago

My son and I drove up to Sentinel Peak Park and then scrambled up this short trail to summit. It was rocky and easy to slide around on. I recommend hiking shoes/boots. Fantastic 360 views of the city, the Catalinas, and the Tucson mountains at sunset!

This drive is really worth the $20 they ask for at the entry booth. The entry booth was accepting only cash, though the ticket was going to last for two days. We spent about 3 hours, but I think it'd be fun to spend a whole day to see the lighting throughout the whole day at different points. It is a dirt road most of the way. Most cars should be able to pass it unless the roads are wet.

gehen
1 month ago

Great place to watch the sunrise.

Offroad fahren
abseits des Weges
1 month ago

good scenic trail. 2wd can do this, just be observant of soft dirt patches when parking vehicle. observed ruts where a 2wd dug in, from complete stop.

Just drive, park, take photos...it’s great but I am a nervous wreck with the kids. I can’t believe the Grand Canyon is considered kid friendly. My kids are good but they are still kids. Counted 28 Elk. Almost all by the guest center. One was close enough to touch but luckily we were in our car; made for stunning photos.

*2019 Jeep Renegade Trailhawk stock* I really didn't encounter anything difficult to navigate. I would say it was easy, I have 4x4. No giant rocks or ruts, nothing crazy. Smooth sailing.

Laufen
1 month ago

Most of this trail is actually road. Narrow to no shoulders as well on the road. Makes it interesting to say the least.

+/- 80 miles out of Phoenix. Definitely need 4X4 LOW on last half of trail. Wouldn’t want to touch last half/top of trail during or shortly after rain as there were some muddy spots on shelf roads when I took it a few days after a decent wet spell. Just go slow and keep momentum. Loose, steep rock scrabbling as elevation gains. At bottom, fun run through washes (possible water crossings after rain/in spring) that any stock SUV can manage on 2X. The 10 miles to the top is good for novice/intermediate driver. I went alone. Never thought about needing a spotter. May need to move some rockfall from road towards top. Took 30 minutes to top about 45 minutes down though I was rushing to beat sunset. Plan 2-3 hours if taking time. Mind blowing views of central AZ. Worth the drive. Especially on way back from or to California if a couple extra hours to kill.

Good length for a scenic drive. Great views. The road is extremely rough, 4WD with high clearance required to make it. Impatient drivers kept wanting to speed by so I had to keep pulling over to let them pass. $20 fee for park.

wandern
steinig
1 month ago

I went with a couple of friends of mine and our older boys (12 yrs old and up) this past weekend. The trail is very scenic. It was difficult to get to the trail head. It took 40 minutes from I-8 to get there. We did need to use our 4x4 vehicle to get through some of the washes. However, it was well worth the drive. Vegetation and animal life are very plentiful; signs of mule deer, mountain goats, javelina, jackrabbits, and coyotes are everywhere. We even saw a desert tortoise as we were hiking up the mountain. Lots of cacti along the trail. The path goes through a forest of jumping cactus. Hiking boats and plyers are a must. Of course carry LOTS of water with you. The trail is very remote. There were no signs of illegals. We were by ourselves the entire trip- we saw no people. The trail was pristine. The views were fantastic. The hike felt like 10 miles not 7. If you can hike Picacho Peak to the top, you can hike table top.

*Jeep renegade trailhawk stock* I am always doing too much extra. The trail is easy, but somehow I managed to continue on for a total of 24 miles before reaching a turnoff for the highway hahaha. I am a bit extra. So the trail went from easy to medium for me. However, my Trailhawk handled it well and it was a good (albeit long) drive! Just be cautious around corners and sharing the road with others. (27.5 miles, 2.5 hours for my extended adventure!)

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