Box Culvert Trail #620

  

***NOTICE: Box Culvert Trail 620 temporarily impassable under Iron Springs Rd by motorcycles, OHVs, and equestrians after monsoon rains in Doce Fire area***

 

Trail Description: Box Culvert Trail #620 traverses a sculptural landscape of igneous granite that time has eroded into the striking boulder formations typical of the Prescott area. The trail stays in open chaparral broken occasionally by pinyon pine and juniper, ideal habitat for scrub jays, towhees, and a number of other bird species.

 

This trail is used primarily by off-highway vehicles, and ties into the network of motorized trails southwest of Granite Mountain. This moderately technical trail meets up with Alto Coop Trail #619, before continuing on to Dosie Pit Road. This trail approaches the Alto Pit OHV Recreation Site, which is a fee area. For more information call the Bradshaw Ranger District at (928) 443-8000.

This trail is open to off-highway vehicles less than 50” in width. Prepare for hot, dry conditions and meager shade during summer.

 

Printable Trail Description and Map (637 KB PDF; 8.5” X 11”)

At a Glance

Fees No
Open Season: Year Round
Usage: Medium
Closest Towns: Approximately 25 minutes from Prescott, AZ
Water: Not available. Surface water should be treated.

General Information

Directions:
  • An easy, well-shaded trail in the area of White Spar Campground that can be combined with several others to create loops of varying lengths.  The road condition is dirt, but suitable for all vehicles.

General Notes:
  • Connecting trails: Alto Coop Trail #619, #621
  • Maps:
    • USGS Map: 7.5’ quad for Iron Springs
    • Prescott National Forest Map, west half
  • Average ride time: 45 minutes, one way

Activities


Bicycling

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Areas & Activities

Location

 
  Area/Length : 
3.7 miles

  Elevation : 
5,963 feet

 

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