Ambassador Mine

Total Miles


1,568.12 ft


0.75 Hours

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Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

Ambassador Mine is a dirt road that accesses the Ambassador Mine area of the Prescott National Forest. This road is somewhat challenging from the start as the runoff from the storms has created massive deep ruts that run across the road. Alternate routes have been put in by side-by-side and other users of this trail. Once on the main trail, paint damage is guaranteed, as the Burberry bushes and other angry fauna of the area lean over and threaten to take the trail back to its natural state. While it was run with a mid-sized truck, this trail is probably best run with a sxs or something smaller, as the further North you go, the more overgrown it gets. There are obstacles on this trail, in the forms of erosion, random rock gardens, and wash crossings with steep entries and exits. The trail becomes blocked before one can reach the actual mine by deep erosion and washouts. It's important to note that this trail's entry is in an "equine neighborhood" so caution is urged and speed kept in check as people and animals are present.

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Ambassador Mine
Ambassador Mine


Uneven, rutted dirt trail with loose rocks, sand, erosion, and washes. Potential water crossings up to a foot deep, mud holes, and obstacles up to 18", including ledges and short, steep grades. Roads are typically one vehicle wide with places to pass.

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