Crown King, AZ

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Crown King, AZ

Postby Mysons truck » Fri Jul 25, 2008 11:59 pm

I would like to take the back trail to crown king. Has anyone hit this trail in the last 30 days?
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Re: Crown King, AZ

Postby mnstrh2 » Sun Jul 27, 2008 7:39 pm

Probably 45-60 days ago....REALLY easy 'cept for maybe 4 or 5 places... FUN though dont get me wrong...biggest issue is heavy weekend traffic...atv's, cycles, others 4wds etc..
I know Alrock is interested in a run again soon....maybe we could arrange something for next weekend??
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Re: Crown King, AZ

Postby Mysons truck » Sun Jul 27, 2008 9:01 pm

mnstrh2,

I agree the back road to crown king is average in difficulty. That is when you do not hit a 2 foot plus runoff (this saturday around 4pm) as soon as you make it past the old mine. I wish the camera was with us. Solid down pour once we passed the mine and maintained a two foot plus flow of water for about 10 interesting miles. The solid down pour did let us get our moneys worth and seem to run off all weekend warriors. I live close to lake pleasant so, let me know if you or anyone is looking to play in the AZ desert.
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