9067 State Trust

Total Miles
2.5

Elevation

621.59 ft

Duration

0.5 Hours

Technical Rating

2

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

This is a nice, easy dirt trail that connects BLM land to a square of State Trust Land. This trail runs the length of the State Trust Land, ending or beginning at a private neighborhood depending on how you run it. This route can be very muddy when wet. There are some narrower sections where the bushes are overgrown slightly, which will cause some paint damage. Mostly, this trail is wide open dirt with lots of saguaro cacti and desert wildlife in the area. There is no AT&T cell service. It would be advisable to download your offline maps before heading out into this area of trails. Pack lots of extra water and supplies in case of a breakdown. Few other people are exploring this quiet part of the desert. If you're lucky and it has been a wet winter, you will be rewarded with an explosion of color from the desert wildflowers.

Photos of 9067 State Trust

9067 State Trust
9067 State Trust
9067 State Trust

Difficulty

This route is easy to track in a wide-open desert. There are places here and there to pull off and allow for oncoming to pass should you encounter any. Be aware of when it last rained to avoid dealing with large amounts of mud and tearing up the trail.

History

This route is on Arizona State Trust Land. This land requires a yearly permit that can be purchased and printed online. The permits allow certain recreational activities, including camping, bicycling, bird watching, GPS-based recreational activities (geocaching), hiking, horseback riding, off-highway vehicle (OHV) usage, photography, picnicking, and sightseeing. There are a few permit options depending on your use type: An Individual Permit is $15 and grants a single person access to State Trust Land for the above-listed purposes. The permit is good for one year from the date of purchase. A Family Permit costs $20 and grants a family unit (two adults and their children under 18) access to State Trust Land for the above-listed activities. The permit is good for one year from the date of purchase. A Small-Group Permit costs $15 and grants up to 19 people access to State Trust Land locations for five consecutive days for certain types of non-commercial recreational activities, including the above-listed activities. The permit is good for one year from the date of purchase. A Large-group Permit is for a group larger than 20 people. You must apply for this size separately online and be approved for group activities of this size. Responsibilities: Permittee(s) shall respect the land and adhere to the terms and conditions of the permit at all times. Permittee(s) shall comply with all federal, state, county, and municipal laws and ordinances while on State Trust Land. The Permittee(s) shall have the permit with them at all times while recreating on State Trust Land and have it readily available if stopped by law enforcement or any State Land Department staff. The Permittee(s) shall not remove natural products from or visit archaeological sites on State Trust Land. The Permittee(s) shall not create or leave any trash on State Trust Land, except for geocaches placed according to ASLD. The Permittee(s) shall not discharge a firearm on State Trust Land except pursuant to lawful and licensed hunting. An ASLD Recreational Permit is not required for individuals with a valid hunting and fishing license who are actively pursuing game or fish. The Permittee(s) shall only participate in OHV usage on State Trust Land with an ASLD Recreational Permit and an OHV decal or license plate. The Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) is the issuing agency for the OHV decal, certificates of title, registrations, and license plates.

Technical Rating

2

Status Reports

There are no status reports yet for this trail.

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