Rocky Road

Total Miles


2,227.24 ft


0.5 Hours

Technical Rating



Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

The Rocky Road trail is in fact a rocky road! This is a 62-inch trail in the Munds Park OHV system in Flagstaff, Arizona, that prohibits full-width vehicles. The trail is 5 miles long, with only a few hundred feet of elevation gain when riding south to north, so it's mostly flat. There are embedded boulders and loose rocks all throughout the trail, which makes it harder for the inexperienced dirt biker, ATV rider, or stock UTVer, but it would be quite easy for a sport UTV that has the suspension and tire size to cruise over all the rocks. There aren't any big hill climbs or notable obstacles; it's just a really rocky surface for almost the entire 5 miles. The trail crosses Forest Service Road 700 and continues on the other side of the road. The northern half is a bit easier and wider with fewer rocks, and there are a few sections that smooth out to give you relief from all the rocks. The trail is marked with trail signs at all intersections and is easy to follow. You can make a fun day loop with Leap Frog, Munds Canyon Trail, and Little Horse, all of which are 62-inch trails.


This is an intermediate 62-inch trail that has no significant obstacles but is really rocky the entire trail.

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Access Description

The Munds Park OHV system is made up of several 62-inch designated OHV trails of varying difficulties, but most are very rocky. You can access the trails from either the Iron Springs Staging Area or Munds Park Trailhead, both of which have space for trailers. All of the OHV trails prohibit full-width vehicles, so UTVs must be 62 inches or less.

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