Martinez Canyon 4x4 Trail

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Martinez Canyon 4x4 Trail is a 22.5 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Reymert, Arizona that offers scenic views and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for nature trips, scenic driving, and off road driving and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

22.5 miles
3,589 feet

dog friendly

nature trips

off road driving

scenic driving



washed out

RECENTLY CLOSED TO MOTOR VEHICLES AFTER POINT #8 IMPORTANT NOTICE: This trail has been closed after the turn for the Coke Ovens at Point #8. It is now necessary to hike in about 1.6 miles to the start of the loop. Absolutely stunning scenery, including remarkably intact Martinez Mill. This is an environmentally sensitive area; stay on the trail at all times. Open all year except a few weeks a year when military training exercises are in progress. Dates of closure are posted at the main entrance at Cottonwood Canyon Road and Mineral Mountain Road. The area is closed if red flags are flying. A State Trust Land permit is required to ride in this area. Call 602-364-2753 for details. Rating: Difficult and dangerous. Extremely steep with technically challenging rock obstacles. The most dangerous part, called "The Luge," is akin to driving off a cliff. This trail is for experts only. Turn around at the top of the loop to avoid "The Luge." Stock SUVs can make it to the top of the #7 Scenic High Point.

5 months ago

Great side trip to get off the more heavily traveled trails while in the Box Canyon, Middle Gila Canyons area. Unbeatable scenery. Trail is closed to vehicle's approximately 1.7 mi from the old Martinez Mill and mine. The hike to these historic relics is well worth the effort. Trail follows the wash and I would rate as easy.

10 months ago