The 28 miles of motorized single-track is comprised of two loops along the White Hills above the Verde River.
The terrain is mostly hard-packed dirt with some loose rock and has a good mix of moderate elevation changes.
The system is open to motorcycles, mountain bikes, electric bicycles, and hikers. Please follow Leave No Trace principles.
At a Glance
|Restrictions:||Vehicles must stay on designated roads and trails.|
|Closest Towns:||Cornville, Arizona|
Location: White Hills single-track system entrance is about 4 miles east of Cornville on E. Cornville Rd. at the Beaverhead Flats Rd. intersection.
GPS (Map):34°41'26.0"N 111° 51' 13.2"W
Range gate and pass through on the White Hills trail. USDA Forest Service photo.
Length: 28 miles
Leave No Trace: Recognize your role in preserving wild lands by practicing these Leave No Trace principles:
- Plan ahead and prepare.
- Travel and camp on durable surfaces.
- Dispose of waste properly.
- Leave what you find.
- Minimize campfire impacts.
- Respect wildlife.
- Be considerate of other visitors.
Map showing recreational areas. Map Information
OHV Trail RidingWhite Hills single-track system entrance is about 4 miles east of Cornville on E. Cornville Rd. at the Beaverhead Flats Rd. intersection.