All of the activities that follow are potentially dangerous. Failure to understand the risks involved and take proper precautions could result in serious injury or death. We take no responsibility for your safety if you decide to attempt the adventures described herein – try them at your own risk!
Although we do the best of their ability to provide honest, valid and accurate information, no one associated with this site shall be responsible for any information, comments, pictures, maps, legal issues, etc. contained within this site.
Trail conditions, property lines, fees, permits and laws continuously change and we do not claim to have a complete understanding of all these things.
It is ultimately the responsibility of the end user (you) to verify trail conditions, property lines, fees, permits, laws and anything else associated with experiencing Arizona.
You need to ensure you, your bike or your vehicle is in proper shape before exploring any of the trails listed within this site. Trail conditions change. What could have been an easy trail when the trail was posted, may become a impassable trail due to heavy rains.
You are responsible for only attempting what is within your capability. You are responsible for all safety and communication equipment. Please see our section on safety equipment, but again, this may not be a complete list. You are ultimately responsible.
Mileages provided are approximate and may be taken from different vehicles and GPS units. As such, they can vary greatly.
It is your responsibility to if the trail is open (may have been closed due to recent MVUM updates) or on private property. I do not cross private property that is known and clearly marked. Many times what is private property and what is allowed to be accessed is confusing at best.
The bottom line: You are responsible for your own safety and welfare and that of your equipment and those with you. Not us. If you do not agree with this, do not attempt any of these adventures.
That said, we hope to meet all of you on one of these exciting adventures while you’re experiencing Arizona.
Have fun and be safe!
Planning on taking a 4WD trip? Please check the trail rating of the adventure you're taking and then the 4WD trail rating guide to ensure you and your vehicle are up to the challenge. You don't want to ruin your adventure by taking on more than you're able. Click on the link below for the 4WD trail rating guide.
Mountain biking is an exciting way to spend a day or afternoon. Please check the trail rating of the trail you're taking and then the mountain bike trail rating guide to ensure you're up to the challenge. You don't want to ruin your adventure by taking on more than you're able. Click on the link below for the mountain bike trail rating guide.
There's no better way to spend a day hiking in Arizona's wild beauty. Before you do, please check the trail rating of the trail you're taking and then the hiking trail rating guide to ensure you're up to the challenge. You don't want to ruin your adventure by taking on more than you're able. Click on the link below for the hiking trail rating guide.
What does 4 out of 5 stars mean? And what's the deal with the fear rating? Click on the link below to check out all there is to know about the Experience Arizona rating system.