Red Clay Way

Total Miles


2325.47 ft


1 Hours

Technical Rating



Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

This is a fun point-to-point trail under the pines of the Coconino National Forest near Munds Park, AZ, that can be utilized as a connector to other trails in the area. This 3.5-mile gradual incline is a mixture of rutted dirt and both loose and buried rocks. It's a bumpy but fun ride that will require high clearance and 4x4. There are multiple downed trees with bypasses present. Expect slick rocks, slippery wet clay, and mud puddles during or after storms. Leave gates as you find them. As always, be a steward and protect our public lands and national forests; observe Tread Lightly! Principles and have fun!


Expect a mixture of rutted dirt and both loose and buried rocks along the trail. Trail difficulty will increase during or after storms; expect slick rock, clay, and some mud puddles.

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Access Description

Take Casner Park trail (Pinewood Blvd) through Munds Park. Turn left onto Horse Park and travel a couple miles. Turn right onto FS RD 133 and travel roughly a mile. Turn right for Red Clay Way (9499C).