Grassy Point Road - BLM 1046

Total Miles
5.5

Elevation

1,753.51 ft

Duration

1 Hours

Technical Rating

3

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

Grassy Point Road (BLM 1046) is a nearly six-mile, beautiful, hilly trail that connects to several other trails in the area. The trail is nice and wide, suitable for full-size vehicles, and is marked with trail numbers. Along the way, you will encounter some erosion ruts and mild rocky sections, but nothing technical or challenging. The trail crosses the river wash a few times. Use caution in wet conditions, as flash floods do happen in this region. Towards the middle of the trail, there is a gate that you are allowed to pass through. Please be sure to close it after crossing. Livestock are free-roaming and can be on the trail so be on the lookout. About four miles down the trail, starting from County Highway 103, there is an abandoned 1950s Caterpillar Dozer, seemingly in the middle of nowhere. There are one or two campsites along the way. As a reminder, the Arizona Strip is incredibly remote with no service and hardly any visitors. Summer months will reach triple-digit temperatures and freezing temperatures in the winter months. Be prepared when venturing out here.

Difficulty

The trail is nice and wide, suitable for full-size vehicles. Along the way, you will encounter some erosion ruts and mild rocky sections, but nothing technical or challenging. The trail crosses the river wash a few times. Use caution in wet conditions, as flash floods do happen in this region.

Technical Rating

3

Status Reports

There are no status reports yet for this trail.

Access Description

From County Highway 103, take Agway Road 1018 about a half mile down.

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