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When Arizona became a State the Federal Government set aside a ton of land to fund education known as State Trust Land endless miles of trails you can ride all over the state.

Arizona State Land Department;

Arizona State Land Department

Add to that The Bureau of Land Managment (BLM)

BLM Arizona

U.S. Forest Service;

USDA Forest Service - Caring for the land and serving people.

Arizona State Parks;

Arizona State Parks

Mountians,Dunes & Desert riding just depends on what

you feel like riding !

Here are a few pictures of Arizona :smile:

Red Rock area of Sedona

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Table Mesa area

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Crown King

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Box Canyon

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Snoopy Canyon

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Along the Mogollon Rim

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Old Mines

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Tombstone,AZ & The O.K. Corral

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The Great Western Trail Runs through Arizona

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WOW!! Those are some great pictures. Thank you very much for posting that. Really makes me want to go out there. I was in Arizona's Grand Canyon as a kid, years ago before I was atving. Maybe one day I'll be able to get out there with my atv. Looks awesome!

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Glad ya liked them

We ran into a Jeep club awhile back and killed

an hour watching them :cool:

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Also ton's of wildlife Arizona is 'Open Range'

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Again, great pics! What is that last pic of? Those were all wild horses?

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Amazing Pix!!! Luv to ride out West. It looks like a blast. So much to see.

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Again, great pics! What is that last pic of? Those were all wild horses?

Last Pic was of A Gila Monster

The Horses are owned by a rancher but they run

all over not to many wild ones anymore,But ton's

of Wild Donkeys,Coyotes,Mountian Lions !

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A couple weeks ago we went to Jerome,AZ

it's an old Mining Town,After a stop for lunch

we were greeted by Local Law Enforcement to

Check that our Plate,Insurance were up to date.

They even gave us directions for some local trails !

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Last Thanksgiving we had a Camp & Ride

Not far from our Camp lives an old miner "Jim"

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We all chipped in and got him a New Generator and ton's

of Food,Someone out of the group usually makes a run out

to his place a couple times a month.

A Buddy or ours Deep Fried a Turkey to take to Jim

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The Convoy heading out to Jim's

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Jim,Getting a little choked up with the trailer full of stuff

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He has spent most of his life Mining and has some of the

best stories,It's great to see living history :smile:

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Wow, that's some great stories. That's awesome that you guys take care of old Jim there! I bet he has some great stories. That is quite a convoy of riders. How many times a year do you guys get together like that? I'm gonna ahave to move out west!

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With the Big group 4 or 5 times a year :biggrin:

I'll spend the rest of my life riding here and never see it all

but i'll do my best to try :yes:

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That is an amazing story. So much to see. It is nice of you guys to take care of Jim. I'll bet his stories are amazing.

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it would be a pleasure :yes:

I talked to you on ATV pathfinder and you told me I should get a Rincon. You have a Rincon and I was wondering if you have any trouble pulling or if you have trouble on hills, or any trouble at all? I went to Honda today and am going to get one next week I hope unless you tell me something bad. I hope to take a trip out there either this spring or next fall and want to ride as much as possible while I am there.

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HA! I've had more than one conversation with Desert Hawk on ATV Pathfinder too. You'd be hard pressed to find a nicer, more knowledgeable guy. I'd say welcome to the site, but you've been a member here longer than I have.:wink:

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HA! I've had more than one conversation with Desert Hawk on ATV Pathfinder too. You'd be hard pressed to find a nicer, more knowledgeable guy. I'd say welcome to the site, but you've been a member here longer than I have.:wink:

That's hard to believe since I joined yesterday, thanks for the welcome anyway...lol

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That's hard to believe since I joined yesterday, thanks for the welcome anyway...lol

I was talkin about Desert Hawk.:laugh: Welcome to you too though!:laugh::laugh::laugh:

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My daughter told me that anyone over the age of 40 should not use the term "lol"!

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Great pictures! We have been talking about going to Arizona to visit friends and go riding. I am more excited now to go. I have been to Quartz Site and it was great. I will check out the links you have on you first post.

Thanks,

Bill

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Thought I would add some more to this post of areas to ride, since this post has not be active in awhile.  These are from Southern Arizona - area is the Santa Rite Mountains. Pic of mine and my brother in laws machines at a spot called Alisio springs - Rain came down in buckets that day and it was great! Elevation is approx 5000 FT.  

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