The Arizona Pioneer Expedition is an 850 mile, two-week-long 4×4 adventure that will take you through the most challenging backroads in central Arizona. This route will take you from Alpine to Kingman, Arizona, using 95% dirt from east to west.
The Arizona Pioneer Trail is the most obnoxious adventure trail we have developed yet. With over three years of planning and preparation, we gave up on this project last year but have decided to release it as is. This trail will eventually connect to Sand Hollow, Utah, and link with our upcoming 4 Corners Expedition to make a complete loop through 5 states.
Several highly technical backroads on this trail will require superb driving skills, and vehicle damage is possible. You will encounter technical obstacles, high mountain shelf roads, deep mud and sand, and sketchy washouts. Trail repair may be required.
There are a few detours on this route that avoid technical sections, but many technical sections are unavoidable. There are also a few of Arizona’s popular backroads incorporated into this route, such as Four Peaks, Cherry Creek, and both front and back ways to Crown King.
This download is compatible with:
- Backcountry Navigator Pro smartphone app
- Garmin devices and mobile apps.
- Google Earth
- factory in-dash navigation systems
- and more
Proprietary file formats for use on other GPS devices are available upon request.