Cinder Hills OHV Area

Flagstaff, Arizona

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Route described here is just a small sample of this 13,500-acre area of volcanic cinder cones, craters and pine forest. Open to off-highway vehicle users with certain restrictions. Only licensed vehicles allowed on Forest Service roads leading into the area. Helmets and spark arresters required. Dispersed camping permitted in posted areas along F.S. 776. No glass containers allowed. Trails go almost everywhere throughout the area; do not create new ones. Stay off the steepest slopes to minimize impact. Obey all signs and stay within the area boundary at all times. Easy rolling hills to steep climbs. Loose, gravelly ash is soft like sand and can quickly overheat engines.

Cinder Hills OHV Area Professional Review and Guide

"Route described here is just a small sample of this 13,500-acre area of volcanic cinder cones, craters and pine forest. Open to off-highway vehicle users with certain restrictions. Only licensed vehicles allowed on Forest Service roads leading into the area. Helmets and spark arresters required. Dispersed camping permitted in posted areas along F.S. 776. No glass containers allowed.

Trails go almost everywhere throughout the area; do not create new ones. Stay off the steepest slopes to minimize impact. Obey all signs and stay within the area boundary at all times. Easy rolling hills to steep climbs. Loose, gravelly ash is soft like sand and can quickly overheat engines."

Activity Type: Off-Highway Drives
Nearby City: Flagstaff
Distance: 16
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Vehicles: ATVs and Motorcycles
Difficulty: Difficult
Duration: 3 hours or more
Local Contacts: Coconino National Forest
Local Maps: Arizona Atlas and Gazetteer; USGS Flagstaff
Driving Directions: Directions to Cinder Hills OHV Area

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May 2018