902 Road

Total Miles


2136.02 ft



Technical Rating



Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

This rocky two-track in the Kaibab National Forest is only one lane wide and takes you through some challenging areas of mud and rock. But not to worry, there are no obstacles over 12' tall. You'll see old burn scars blackening the Ponderosa Pines and Juniper trees along this trail. And with no cell service, you'll be free to look for Elk and Wild Horses along your short route.


Rutted mud and rocky sections make this trail less than smooth - unlike the maintained forest roads it connects.

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Access Description

As an offshoot of Boundary Old 320 Road, you'll ride one trail to get to this one. Head East from 64 on Boundary Old 320 Road, and see an offshoot marked with a Forest Service sign "902". Head north toward the canyon on this trail.