if you look at the prescott national forest website they have a map of their OHV area and it has all the trails. i may have posted it somwhere on here...best thing to do is talk to a jeep club. or land rover, land cruiser club. really any 4x4 club
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I've got a mining claim by 93 & 97. Burro Creek Road runs through the claim. The map shows a trail coming out near wikieup. The trail gets smaller & smaller and rougher & rougher until, finally I had to turn my wk back. It just was a rock laden wash and would have been too much effort. A smaller higher jeep would have made it with no problem.
Back way to Crown King is a great scenic trail with a few optional obstacles. It's not the hardest trail but it's great for anyone from a minor lift and tires to more built full bodied rigs. I've ran the trail twice and had a blast both times. It can be an all day event if you live on the East side and go with a larger group. Last time I went I was with a group of about 12, left my house at 5:30am and didn't get home till about 7pm. Crown King is at the end of the run and there's a very little town with a restaurant to grab lunch/dinner and a drink or two. Last time I went there was snow at the top of the trail and in the town. Usually VirtualJeepClub.com has a run on that trail once a month if anyone is interested in going.