New River Canyon

New River, Arizona

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An in-and-out trail which accesses scenic high desert. Because it’s close to Phoenix, it makes a great day trip. Trip can be shortened by skipping Forest Roads 37 and 17, or extended by continuing east to F.S. 24. (F.S. 24 is a larger forest road with more traffic and requires “MC” license plate.) Trail Description: Don’t be mislead by signs along first part of trail that say “ABSOLUTELY NO ATVs.” If you stay on Table Mesa Road and have a state trust land permit, it is legal to proceed to forest boundary. Bear left through gate at 1-mile point; do not go right into a private ranch.

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"An in-and-out trail which accesses scenic high desert. Because it’s close to Phoenix, it makes a great day trip. Trip can be shortened by skipping Forest Roads 37 and 17, or extended by continuing east to F.S. 24. (F.S. 24 is a larger forest road with more traffic and requires “MC” license plate.)

Trail Description: Don’t be mislead by signs along first part of trail that say “ABSOLUTELY NO ATVs.” If you stay on Table Mesa Road and have a state trust land permit, it is legal to proceed to forest boundary. Bear left through gate at 1-mile point; do not go right into a private ranch."

Activity Type: Off-Highway Drives
Nearby City: New River
Distance: 43
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Difficulty: Moderate
Duration: 4 to 5 hours
Season: Year-round
Driving Directions: Directions to New River Canyon

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May 2018