|Land||USFS, AZTL, Private|
|Fuel Stint||30 miles|
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The Tonto National Forest collection will provide you with a chance to escape the crowds in one of the most visited National Forests in the United States. You will find solitude and the most incredible campsites in the Tonto National Forest.
These routes consist of highly technical 4×4 trails to county-maintained roads and give users of all skill levels a chance to enjoy the most isolated places in the Tonto National Forest. Expect to encounter steep loose hills, washed-out shelf roads, deep mud, and
You will find several incredible places to explore including the cabins of long-lost Arizona pioneer Fred Pranty and the last Apache chief DelShay. You will also find several archeological sites, cabins, abandon mines, and abandon cars.
The Tonto National Forest is full of interesting places and endless opportunities for adventure. Along these tracks, you will find multiple old cabins, abandoned mines, archeological sites, and incredible campsites.
Use our POI collection to find all the cool things nearby.
Most lightly modified 4×4 vehicles with a minimum of a 2-inch lift and 33-inch tires will do just fine.
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1,853 miles of backroads closed | Tonto NF
This collection contains technical obstacles and should not be attempted alone.
The Tonto National Forest is closing over 1,800 miles of roads any day now. In addition to this, they are designating over 2,000 dispersed campsites and prohibiting the typical 30-foot rule from the trail.
You are advised, that many of these routes may be closing soon.
State Trust Land Permit recommended.