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Fire Point, Timp Point Professional Review and Guide
"The Kaibab National Forest offers great views of the Grand Canyon in a quiet, remote setting. Camp anywhere within the forest boundaries without a fee. You’re not restricted to developed campgrounds, although those are available too. Just make sure you practice “leave-no-trace” camping ethics. Use great caution when driving at night; deer are virtually everywhere. For more information on the Kaibab Forest, stop in at the Visitor Center in Jacob Lake or the North Kaibab Ranger Station in Fredonia. The main forest roads that run east to west, including those to Fire and Timp Points, are well-maintained gravel roads suitable for high-clearance passenger cars. These roads tend to follow ridge lines and are fairly flat."
--Charles A. Wells, Guide to Arizona Backroads & 4-Wheel Drive Trails (FunTreks).
WE DID OVER 300 MILES OF ATVING . IT WOULD TAKE MONTHS TO DO THEM ALL. IT WAS WONDERFUL
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