This will be a one day or two day trip near Florence AZ.
Day 1 – We will be running Box Canyon.
Day 2 – For those camping overnight, we will run most of Reymert Mine.
Meetup location: at Frontier Financial in Prescott Valley at 1191 N Old Chisholm Trail UNIT B, Dewey, AZ 86327 at 7:00am, roll out at 7:45am.
Trail difficulty (Box Canyon): Moderate – No street tires!
A few large rounded off boulders that require careful tire placement. Aggressive stock SUVs with good ground clearance can do it. Don’t enter the canyon if heavy rain is expected. Dangerous flash floods are possible.
Make sure you have lunch, water and snacks for everyone in your vehicle. We will be eating on the trail.
Trail description (Box Canyon): Popular route passes through a narrow canyon.
The best part of this drive is the stretch through Box Canyon and along the high bypass road. Everything else described is to get you to the canyon and out of it. The bypass route takes you out of the northern half of the canyon to avoid a difficult obstacle in the canyon bottom. The easiest way to reach the canyon is from the south via Price Road. Entering from the north via Mineral Mountain Road is fun but more complicated. State Trust Land permit required!
Trail difficulty (Reyment Mine): Easy! Mineral Mountain Road is maintained. Reymert Road east of Waypoint 03 follows a narrowing wash. Some minor brush and small rock challenges. Suitable for most stock SUVs with 4WD and good ground clearance.
Trail description (Reyment Mine): This short, fun trip takes you to Reymert Historic Site, where you’ll see the remains of an old mining ghost town and an interesting cabin, called the Sugar Shack. The cabin is part of an active mining claim and appears to be in use by the claimant, although no one was there during our visit. Please leave everything as you find it and take only photos. The route is open to unlicensed vehicles. You’ll cross a small section of State Trust Land.
- Make sure you have lunch, water and snacks for everyone in your vehicle. We will be eating on the trail.
- Communication devices are highly encouraged.
- CB’s – channel 14
- Handhelds – channel 6
**Reminder, this is a family-friendly club, no alcohol is allowed during the run. **
A big thank you to our Sponsors:
Prescott Elite Team, My Home Group Real Estate
Peter Medal and Andrea Mauk
Larry Larsen and Traci Ranic
For any questions please contact George at email@example.com or Laurie at firstname.lastname@example.org
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