Graffiti Tunnel Loop

Total Miles


2124.68 ft


1.5 Hours

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Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

Scenic loop under the Ponderosa pines of the Coconino National Forest near Munds Park, AZ. The route starts off on a mostly dirt trail with some erosion and ruts of varying depth. As you venture further from the start, rocks and partially buried boulders dominate the single-lane track. Although not very technical, the rocky ride will require 4x4 and precise tire placement in some areas. Bypasses are present in some rocky sections. There are many tanks along the route, so be on the lookout for wildlife and cattle in the area. Be aware of low-hanging branches and partially fallen trees that will lower trail clearance in some areas. There is also a tunnel traveling under the highway near the end of the trail showcasing graffiti art. Intermittent mobile service in the area, and expect the trail to be more difficult during or after rain. As always, please be a steward of our public lands and national forests; observe Tread Lightly! Principles and have fun!


Rutted dirt trail with a lot of loose rocks. There are also partially buried boulders of varying height. Potential for water crossings and mud during or after storms.

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Access Description

I-17 to Willard Springs Rd (Munds Park)