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Old 04-23-2010, 12:35 PM
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Queen Valley / Montana Mountain UTV, ATV and Off Road Trail

This was one of the most scenic 40 mile loop trails we have ridden and reviewed. The trail is suitable for all types of off road vehicles, we saw a lot of Jeeps and other off road trucks.

All the info including maps, videos and pictures are here

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Sounds like a great ride!

when are you going to plan a ride down south?
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We would love to head south. I have researched many trails around Tuscon, it would be a overnight trip for us and to be honest we are a little light in the funding area. We will get there someday
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with all this global warming (snow at the end of April) you might want to go north to stay cool!
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A few months back we went to hooker hot springs (muleshoe ranch) and went north to redfield canyon, you can also go from Reddington east up the canyon it's beautiluf up there and a lot of old west history. We did not go up the canyon though... it was getting late, If you ever plan a trip there let me know, I would love to see the cliff house again.


Located about 40 miles northeast of Tucson in Redfield Canyon, Cliff House was built by Chick Logan from 1936 -1939
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Was just perusing through the AZ forum and saw this thread. Myself and a buddy of mine went wheeling back through Montana Mountain a long time ago (6-7 years ago). Great scenic trail. Some pics I have...

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