Greasy Spoon

Total Miles
11.6

Elevation

1,368.17 ft

Duration

2 Hours

Technical Rating

5

Moderate

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

The combination of these trails takes you on a long loop that starts in Sedona at Dry Creek. If you start at Cottonwood you can go north and runGreasy Spoon in reverse. This is a rough, rugged trail without a lot of scenery, but it is popular due to its steep hills along the pipeline. There is camping available at the south end of the trail with room for RVs and campers, but be prepared to get muddy if it rains. There is a corridor road that will take you to numerous side roads that ATVs will have a blast on.

Photos of Greasy Spoon

Greasy Spoon
Greasy Spoon

Difficulty

Moderate: We were tempted to rate this trail difficult because of the steep, rocky hills, but they really aren't that tough for vehicles with 4WD and good ground clearance. Aggressive stock SUVs can do it. Road 152A can become impassable when wet.

Technical Rating

5

Status Reports

Greg B
Mar 23, 2024
4x4
Open
Very rocky, you really get thrown around.
Jon Armel
Mar 13, 2024
SxS
Temporarily Closed
Pumba Tundra
Feb 25, 2024
2013 Toyota Tundra
Open
Normal
Brian Shipley
Jan 27, 2024
2004 Chevrolet Tahoe
Temporarily Closed

Access Description

From Sedona: Head west on 89A about 3 miles to Dry Creek Road. Set odometer to zero and go north 2.9 miles to 'T' intersection and turn left. At 4.5, turn left again at another 'T.' Continue west after pavement ends at 6.4 miles. At 7.6 miles, Road 152A on left is start of trail. From Cottonwood: From 260, go northeast 8.9 miles on 89A. Turn left on 525 and go north 3.2 miles to 9513 on right.

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