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Multi-Day Trips

Southeastern Arizona Expedition (AZoffroad)
A 500 mile trip through mostly dirt roads exploring mining camps, historic landmark from the Apache Wars and stunning scenery in southeast Arizona. Waypoints include Kentucky, Camp, Bisbee, Tombstone, Coshise Stronghold and Camp Bowie This trip starts in Green Valley, 45 minutes south of Tucson and ends in Paradise, Arizona about 2.5 hours east of Tucson.

Expedition to the Bottom of Grand Canyon (AZoffroad)

From the web page:

“Our planned course would take us 450 miles across Arizona, beginning at I-10 in Avondale, up the Hassyampa River, along the Backway to Crown King to Horsethief Lake. Then, it’d be up Senator Highway, over to Jerome via old railroad trails and into Sedona. From there, we would hit Broken Arrow, Schnebly Hill Road, Cinder Hills OHV Area, and a series of forest roads to head north and eventually west around the San Francisco Peaks and over to Peach Springs. Once in Peach Springs, we would follow Diamond Creek Road as it drops over 3,000 feet to end at the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon.”

Northern Arizona Traverse (Expedition Portal)
The Northern Arizona Traverse is  a track developed by Overland Journal in partnership with Hema Maps. It extends 188 miles from the town of Dewey-Humboldt to the edge of the Grand Canyon. It is a relaxing drive through this portion of the state, as most of the track is composed of smooth forest roads with stunning vistas and interesting wildlife.

Arizona Strip (AZoffroad)

The Arizona Strip is that area in the very northern part of the state above the Grand Canyon along the border of Utah. It is 200 miles long and accessed only by two major highways on either end. Because of its lack of an easy access, the Strip remains one of the most remote and least-visited parts of the state. Only about 8,000 people call this region, which is the size of the state of Massachusetts, home. In our five days on the Strip, we’d visit White Pocket in the Vermillion Cliffs, the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, Toroweap, the historic Mt. Trumbull Schoolhouse and Grand Gulch Mine and many other scenic trails.

Sedona Backcountry Trail (Overland Trail Guides)
"Explore the Red Rocks and allure of Sedona's canyon country. Deep into the mountains and overlooking Sedona and the Verde Valley region, the Sedona Backcountry Trail provides the perfect mix of recreation, relaxation and rejuvenation."