El Camino del Diablo, crossing the Sonoran

As the information sign said along the way: “El Camino Diablo — The Devil’s Highway is a desolate and difficult 130 mile route that originally began near Sonoita, Sonora (Mexico) and ended in Yuma, Arizona. In 1540 Captain Melchior Diaz … Read More

A Trip-to-Phan-Tastic Cave Creek

Arizona has revealed so much variety of its beautiful lands over these last few weeks. Since last post I travelled from Sedona to Prescott to Crown King to Cave Creek, just North of Phoenix…   During my final 2 nights … Read More

A Veritable Cornucopia of Bikepacking in Arizona

During my two peaceful days at Ranger Dean’s place in the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, my primary task was mapping my route South toward Flagstaff, Sedona, and Prescott. I knew I wanted to ride some sections of the … Read More

Cuckoo for Kokopelli

The Kokopelli Trail, originally named after the Hopi deity of fertility, is a 142 mile stretch of trail, dirt and jeep roads that connects Fruita, Colorado to Moab, Utah. Since it’s development into a modern trail network in 1989, it … Read More

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