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Where can I ride my ATV/UTV in Arizona

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Arizona is well known for being a good riding place thanks to its miles of deserts. It has many beautiful trails available all year round. This blog post is aimed at giving you a list of trails where you can ride a UTV or ATV in Arizona.

If you want to ride your all terrain vehicle or rent a UTV/ATV, Arizona won’t disappoint you. There are a few of them that you won’t want to miss. Here are some of the most breathtaking trails in Arizona:

Devils Bridge Trail

Devils Bridge Trail is a 4.2 mile, heavily trafficked outback trail located near Sedona, Arizona that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate difficulty. The trail is primarily used for OHV/off road driving.

Broken Arrow Trail 

The brilliant reddish-orange sandstone cliffs and canyons of the area are particularly beautiful at sunrise and sunset, when their colors are most brilliant. The trail is just over four miles long in a one-way loop. It is well-marked and made up of hard-packed slickrock. Broken Arrow Trail is said to be somewhat challenging as there are particularly steep and narrow portions that are not recommended for a novice ATV rider.

Redington Pass

This secluded but beautiful trail is located east of Tucson. The Redington Pass trail is good for motorcycles and ATVs. There’s plenty of staging area and miles of unpaved, rocky trail that offer beautiful views of the surrounding desert. Along the route, you’ll find some hiking trails that lead down to nearby Tanque Verde Creek and a waterfall for swimming and sunbathing.

Tonto National Forest

There are 130 moderate trails in the Tonto National Forest, ranging from 0.7 to 91.8 miles and from 1,322 to 7,926 feet above sea level. The boundaries of the Tonto National Forest are the Phoenix metropolitan area to the south, the Mogollon Rim to the north and the San Carlos and Fort Apache Indian Reservation to the east.

The Tonto National Forest features some of the most ruggedly beautiful lands in the country. The cacti of the Sonoran desert and flatlands lead into the Mogollon Rim highlands. There are excellent recreational opportunities throughout the year on its lakeside beaches.

Winters are spectacular in Arizona. The high desert does get some snow, but the lower desert is perfect for winter riding. In January, temperatures are 50+ degrees and there are pretty sunny days. One of the most exciting and unforgettable things to do in Arizona is explore the desert on an ATV (quad) or UTV (side by side).

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Explore the Tonto National Forest with Time to Ride AZ

Our ATV Rentals Scottsdale are the closest to the Tonto National Forest. Just rent, hop on, and drive to the trail! You will be in full command of your own UTV or ATV riding as you explore the beautiful sights at your leisure. Contact us today, we’ll be happy to hear from you!

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