Four Peaks 4X4 Road is a 26.3 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Fort McDowell, Arizona that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
off road driving
Fun SUV road climbs over 5,700-ft. Four Peaks Mountain Range Very popular mountain drive with several great hiking trails. Dispersed camping allowed. Make sure to pack out all trash. Primary access point for heavily-used Rolls OHV Area. Stay on marked roads and trails at all times. Located in Tonto National Forest. For current conditions call Mesa Ranger District (480) 610-3300. Easy. Graded dirt road but washed out and rutted in places. High clearance recommended. Four-wheel drive beneficial. Small stream crossings possible. Snow likely at top late fall and winter.
Road is a bit rough. Went down to Roosevelt lake after we had lunch at the top of 4 peaks. It's another 15 miles from the top to Roosevelt. The road is better on the back side.
Fun and scenic drive. We did it on a Saturday which was probably the wrong call since there were a lot of side-by-sides on the road. Took the 2wd JGC all the way up and over.
easy trail. beautiful views and perfect weather. map on the APP has the wrong direction on the exit. you can see the four peaks so it's easy to find off the highway
We had a great time. Definitely not a difficult drive, but challenging enough to feel like you are not just driving on a dirt road. The sights are awesome and just get better and better as you get closer to the top.
Took my 650 V strom fully dressed through the pass , had a great ride , not to difficult, but don't rush it , great views
Driving up to the trail head was soooo fun!
Easy trail, nice views with access to four peaks trail head and brown peak trail.
Great trail, filled with awesome views.
Very disappointed with the difficult rating. The only thing difficult was the bumpy terrain!! It was like going through a parking lot with speed bumps every 2 feet. Extremely disappointed with the trail but the views of Roosevelt lake on the back side were gorgeous!
This is a beautiful trail, not far from the valley. Amazing views as you gain altitude. You can even continue on the trail down to a small town called Punkin Center, grab a bite to eat or a brew, and make your way back. Weekends are busy...It's a fun trail for 4 wheel drive vehicles, from UTV's, ATV's, Side-by-Sides, and dirt bikes, etc. We, of course, always take the jeeps. :)