Guided Trail Rides


  • Night Ride: High Pines, Easy, no width restrictions, 30 miles: departs from the Rodeo Grounds outside the blue building great ride to the top of a very scenic view overlooking the Beautiful town of Eagar. The night ride provides a great opportunity for drivers to use their auxiliary lighting and light up the night.
  • Grizzly trail: Advanced Intermediate, no width restrictions, 95+ miles: departing from the Rodeo Grounds outside the blue building at 9 am. This trail ride is rather long, can be very muddy, has some steep rocky portions, and travels through some of the most scenic areas in this part of the state. A lot of the trail passes through areas where it is common to see elk, deer, antelope, and turkey. The trail begins at the Rodeo Grounds outside the blue building, departing at 9am, stopping for fuel and lunch in Alpine, arriving back late afternoon. Ride participants need to be reasonably certain their machines are in good running condition. Some portions of the trail are not easily accessible if it becomes necessary to recover an inoperable machine. Ride participants need to bring, snacks, water/drinks.
  • Bear Claw trail: Intermediate, no width restrictions, 82 miles: This ride starts from the Rodeo Grounds outside the blue building at 9 am, travels via Eagar city streets and Water Canyon to the Pat Knoll area, the trail starting point, departure time is 9 am. The trail has a small amount of steep and rocky sections, but overall is consider an easy trail. A lot of the trail passes through areas where it is common to see elk, deer, antelope, and turkey. Ride participants need to bring a lunch, snacks, water/drinks, and sufficient fuel to travel the trail distance. The ride should return to the Rodeo Grounds early afternoon.
  • Night Ride: Milligan Valley, Easy, no width restrictions, 40 miles: departs from Recreational Center. The ride departs from the Rodeo Grounds outside the blue building, passes by picnic hill and the Sipe Wildlife area, travels through Milligan Valley and returns to the recreational center via Water Canyon and city streets in Eagar. All of the travels will be on forest or county roads. Ride participants need to have sufficient fuel to travel the trail distance. The ride should be 1½ to 2 hours long. The night ride provides a great opportunity for drivers to use their auxiliary lighting and light up the night.
  • NashtyNation Ride: Intermediate, no width restrictions, 70+ miles: The ride departs from the Rodeo Grounds outside the blue building, goes to Greer through the beautiful White Mountains, once you get to Greer you will have lunch at Molly Butlers. Make sure to have enough fuel. This is an excellent ride and has some beautiful scenery. This will be a littler faster pace ride.
  • Black River Ride: Easy Intermediate, no width restrictions, 80+ miles: The ride departs from the Rodeo Grounds outside the blue building. The Black River Run will leave the Round Valley Rodeo grounds at an elevation of 7,100 feet and wind its way through the Apache-Sitgreaves Forest with plenty of awesome overlook views, lakes, ponds, creeks and rivers along the way sometimes climbing to around 9,200 feet before winding back down to the Black River where we will have lunch.  We will see all types of native plants, trees and the potential to see local wildlife.  Be sure to bring a light jacket and some type of rain gear because you just never know when it might rain here in the White Mountains. You will need to pack plenty of water & a lunch as this is an 80 mile ride. Most of the roads are nicely grated 35-45 mph roads with a few stretches of slightly rocky terrain that will require us to slow down. There is a 5 mile paved section that runs through town from the Rodeo Grounds to the off highway part of this ride. We will be using Radios for communications and Polaris Ride command for those of you who have ride command. For those who do not you can download the app to your phone and join us. Ride Command allows you to see the route we will be riding and when in service area allows the group to see each others location.  Pre-Ride Details 8:30am - Ride Leaves at 9am. 
  • Ryan’s Secret Alpine Ride: Easy to Intermediate, no width restrictions, 100+ miles: departing from the Rodeo Grounds outside the blue building at 9 am. This trail ride is long and really fun, has some steep rocky portions, and travels through some of the most scenic areas in this part of the state. A lot of the trail passes through areas where it is common to see elk, deer, antelope, and turkey. The trail begins at the Rodeo Grounds outside the blue building, departing at 9am, stopping for fuel and lunch in Alpine, arriving back late afternoon. Ride participants need to be reasonably certain their machines are in good running condition. Ride participants need to bring, snacks, water/drinks. Good idea to have spare tires, CVT belt and tools.
  • Riggs Creek trail: Easy Intermediate, no width restrictions, 37 miles: The ride departs from the Rodeo Grounds outside the blue building, passes by picnic hill and the Sipe White Mountain Wildlife area before entering the Riggs Creek area. The trail can be very muddy if there have been substantial rains
  • Dry Lake Trail Ride: The Dry Lake trail ride has a real mixture of just about everything an off-road driver/rider could ask for. The ride is rather short at 45 miles, but do not let this fool you. The ride has a mix of dirt forest roads, about half of the ride. The remainder of the ride is on two track forest trails. Some of the trails are narrow and muddy, other parts of the trails are very rocky, loose broken rocks, steep inclines, and off camber riding over badly rutted and washed out trail. Some portions of the trail absolutely require low range and 4-wheel drive due to the loose broken rocks and incline. Most of the trail is not difficult, but some portions are difficult and require skill and aggressive driving. The ride is rated difficult and should be ridden by only experienced drivers.
For further information, please email Kyle @ kyle@azopracing.com.