Explore the best off road driving trails in Arizona with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

hiking
14 hours ago

Beautiful hike with some astounding views and rock formations. I decided to take Twin Buttes to High on the Hog instead of staying on Broken Arrow on the way up, which ended up being a great decision as there were far fewer people than would have been on Broken Arrow and was farther from the Jeep/ATV road. The trail reunites with Broken Arrow close to Chicken Point. Only annoying part was choosing to come back down on the same road as the Jeeps/ATVs because I wanted to take the detour to Submarine Rock, which ended up being worth it and having Submarine Rock to myself. Will definitely do this route or some minor modification of it again.

hiking
17 hours ago

Sunscreen. Hats and water. Cool stuff

I'd Rated just above moderate. Some optional rough routes but a stock jeep with A/Ts can make it with minor scratches/dents. Recommend a lift and rock tires. Route is rock garden after rock garden once you enter the Canyon. Enjoyable peace and plenty of spots to stop along the way and set up for a snack. Ensure your shocks are up for the bumpy ride my teraflex shocks finally gave out and started leaking and squeaking.

hiking
2 days ago

off road driving
2 days ago

hiking
3 days ago

My husband and I visited Wolf Creek Falls this past weekend with a couple of friends. The hike in was so much fun. We were the only people there and it was fantastic! A little chilly in the waterfall water, but, hey, when in Rome...We will definitely be back in early spring for some higher water levels, or maybe after monsoon waters hit. This was one of my favorite adventures thus far!

off road driving
5 days ago

off road driving
6 days ago

Hard to beat this one for Jeeps. Climbing and dropping all day long surrounded by the best scenery

My sister and I hiked Soldiers Pass up to Brin Mesa to Cibola pass to Jordan and then back to the parking lot. Our GPS indicated 5.5 and 6 miles. We left at 1145 and returned at 1500 with a fair amount of photo stops. If we hadn't made it to Brins Mesa for panoramic photos we would have been very disappointed in the hike. Parking is really limited in the lot but we were fortunate someone left when we arrived. We did get turned around a few times on the trail. Fortunately this AllTrails app had GPS tracking that saved us--would recommend using if your phone battery can hold up! Wish I thought of using it before we reached the turnoff for Arches--we could not figure out how to get there!