Outlaw OHV Trail

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Outlaw OHV Trail is a 23.2 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Sedona, Arizona that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for off road driving and is accessible year-round.

Distance: 23.2 miles Elevation Gain: 1,551 feet Route Type: Loop

off road driving

views

wild flowers

wildlife

rocky

no shade

This is an off-road driving route. This is not a hiking trail.

off road driving
7 days ago

Fun because no one was around. Saw one Hummer tour. Little bit of everything, steps and rocks and sand, but overall quite easy. Also went bumming around the other trails there and found some more challenging areas. Views of the red rocks is amazing.

off road driving
7 days ago

Worth the drive, definitely less traffic than some other Sedona spots. Some good views of the red rocks and some options to see the ruins (prepare to pay a fee if you want to walk to see them). Around mile 12/13 (after fee area) the road has some bigger rocks (you’ll see a sign that says passenger cars not recommended) and a bit of an uphil climb, you’ll def. want a bit of clearance when you go up. Overall thoughts- there are better off road spots around Sedona , but the low traffic volume and a love of the desert made this a fun run.

off road driving
off trail
1 month ago

Traveled in Mid January, lots of mud and standing water in the trail. Was a lot of fun. Stopped to see the Indian Ruins and run the trail out of the back of the Ruins parking lot. Ran it in a 2015 Renegade Trailhawk.

off road driving
rocky
1 month ago

Completed on May 20th, 2019. Very easy trail for any 4x4, it may be a little more challenging for a all wheel drive vehicle. It was a nice scenic view and fairly easy, you may get slightly confused due to the many side roads that can take you down a difficult trail. There are many good open camping locations along the route which makes good photography locations since the area you drive is higher then the surrounding area.

off road driving
no shade
2 months ago

Great trail for both off-roading and some light hiking....took our Nissan Frontier rental through the trails and had no issues.

off road driving
rocky
2 months ago

Stunning views. Typical washboard trail for a couple miles, markers from pink Jeep tours keep you on track. A couple of good sections that required good wheel placement unless you’re in a high clearance. Completely Stock rubicon no worries at all, never needed lockers or sway bar disconnects. Great views for sunrise or sunset.

off road driving
off trail
3 months ago

Very fun off road trail with great views that take you to the ruins. Did it in a stock 4x4 Tacoma with zero issues. Had to use 4x4 a couple times. Otherwise just a rough road.

off road driving
rocky
3 months ago

Pretty easy trail with great views. Stock Jeep Grand Cherokee, used 4wd a couple times for a few rock ledges.

off road driving
muddy
rocky
4 months ago

Did this trail in a stock 2014 Nissan Fronty SL and absolutely loved it. I took the 525 to the 525C (or is it 252 to 252C?!) after doing a few donuts on the initial trails' pullouts. This is a great off road situation for novices and/or if you're looking to get some practice and handling under your belt. I was in Sedona the day before helping with trail preservation and decided to do have a lite off road vibe before heading back to Phoenix and so glad I did! it was partly sunny, rainy off and on, and foggy, which made for just enough mud to play in and not get stuck or be a danger. Keep going to the 525C (252C?) and enjoy the amaze balls panaramic views of the Red Rocks. Be considerate of the campers and trailers parked out who make the vibe that much nicer. Definitely a nice chill off road experience!

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