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Youre gonna have a baby brother or sister after your mom and i hiked this trail

She loved it

I became your step dad on this trail

Ill just straight up say it....i fucked your mom on this trail

I hiked this trail with your mom

Yeeee hawww!

You mom likes this trail


The only thing that would make this trail better is nothing!

If you gave this trail a 1 star then you are a commie

5.0 here we come!


Seriously if you dont like this trail then fuck you

Aint nothin like it!

It really is a cool trail though



Im gonna give the trail a 5 star review single handed

Lol this rating system is hilarious!

This trail is amazing!

Great trail!

Pretty damn awesome!

6 days ago

The road into this hike is not accessible with a sedan. It will require a larger vehicle such as a truck or SUV. The road WILL damage your car.

Four Peaks, Mt. Ord and Three Bar Wildlife closed due to drought. Go to website for more info:


off road driving
5 months ago

A fast 23 mile in and out that took about 4-5 hours with a couple of stops. Starting at the trailhead off of US60, the trail winds its way through the relatively flat land of state owned land until you get to the Reymart Trail split off. From there it becomes a little more hilly and have to cross a few washes. As you get closer to Ajax mine, the path become more narrow and more rocky but nothing you can't handle and then it suddenly opens up at Ajax with the or processing building appearing on your right. Up above and behind the building, we found a saguaro cactus being strangled by trees. Further up the trail, we found a filled in mine (or maybe it was a test hole).

Returning the way we came, we turned right where the trail splits and climbed a relatively steep grade up to the Woodpecker mines. We visited four mines and counted a few more in the area.

At the junction of 5 trails (two of which take you to Box Canyon), we took the southwesterly trail and climbed the hill, at the top, we made a right and climbed another trail some more to the peak and enjoyed the view and luck for about an hour. Looking down below we saw side-by-sides, atvs, motorcycles, and 4x4s driving past.

We will definitely come back and take other trails in the area.

Take Price Road to trail...much easier an shorter than Cottonwood trail..

on Reymert Mine Trail

off road driving
6 months ago

Very entertaining trail. Leads to Old Reymert Mine from 1800's. Also of interest along the way is a shack called the Sugar Shack complete with furniture. It is open for your inspection. Beautiful scenery along the way.

Box Canyon is amazing!! It has some difficult places, but we had no problem in a four wheel jeep. Others did fine in Razors and Four Wheelers.
Come back the same way you came in, unless you have LOTS of hours of daylight to find you way past there. We have not, as yet.
Today, we went way up Sandman Road, off of Price Road, in hopes of hitting & turning right Cottonwood Canyon Road, and coming through to Box Canyon. In spite of what the map says, Sandman does NOT go through!! It is barricaded at The Gravel Express pit!! And there is a locked gate on Sandman, on the other side of the pit! Take our word for it!!

Views were beautiful! Will definitely do again! Lots of different trails to explore.

off road driving
8 months ago

Took up a full size bronco and a 05 f150. Great fun ride. Most obstacles weren’t too technically challenging but it is a close fit for such large vehicles in a handful of places. You definitely get uncomfortably close to the edge of some drop offs.

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