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PYEATT DRAW

September 5, 2005

Rating: 4.0

Cooler Payson weather brought us out to this rocky trail. Bypasses are readily available along with a side trail which makes the back trail easier.  Trail consists of ledges, cracks, wet rocks and many more challenging optional obstacles.





 

 

    
 

TAX COLLECTOR

April 9, 2005

Rating: 3.5+

Another White Tanks wash that offers plenty of obstacles of varying difficulty.  This trail ends where Firebird begins. We met up with some local Jeepaholics who led the way. One TJ snaps a tie rod; 6 Jeeps complete the trail.





 

 

    
 

APPETIZER

April 9, 2005

Rating: 3.5

As the name states, this trail is a good warm up to what the White Tanks have to offer. A small ravine in the tanks, it is short, but has just enough rock crawling to wet ones appetite for more. 1st trail of the day - 8 Jeep caravan.





 

 

    
 

SUNFLOWER

January 30, 2005

Rating: 3.5 + curse

Always a great trail, we had 2 other Jeeps join us in hopes of this time completing the loop.  We ended the fun again at spider gear hill, where another tow out was to begin. Continued the loop around anyway. J, Chris, & I arrive a day early and camp in the snow.





 

 

    
 

ONYX & BELLS

February 5 - 6, 2005

Rating: challenging

Another southeast AZ caving trip. This time we visit Onyx Cave and test out our rope skills. Some of the best formations we've ever seen and photographed. Camped over night and hit Bells the next day with the girls.





 

 

    
 

LOWER WOODPECKER

September 20, 2004

Rating: 4 - 4.5

Very short wash trail in Cotton-wood Canyon. One real trouble-some obstacle. Will almost definitely put rockers to use. Plenty of play spots if needed. This trail continued our day and damage at Ajax. (Cheated & ran downstream)





 

 

    
 

AJAX MINE TRAIL

September 20, 2004

Rating: 4.5

Old mine trail in carved out wash, it contains tight squeezes and sharp rocks requiring use of rocker guards and all skids. Damage likely. You'll definitely want lockers afterwards. Came away with bowed center skids, lost some paint, a door hinge and gained new vibes & noises.





     
   

 

 

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