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Sycamore OHV Management UTV Ride


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Half Day - Tuesday, April 16


Sycamore OHV Management UTV Ride
Date: Tuesday, April 16
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Location: Sycamore/Sugarloaf Tonto National Forest
Cost: $136


This will be a slow to moderate paced UTV ride in the Sycamore area from the Sugarloaf access on the Mesa Ranger District of the Tonto National Forest. The Tonto National Forest is the most highly visited National Forest in the nation for off-highway vehicle use. The motorized routes in Sycamore wind through Sonoran Desert landscape with trails that cross rocky creek beds, deep sand washes, ride-top trails, and allow for views of steep hill climbs. Desert Dog, a tour guide group under Tonto National Forest permit will host the ride. Tonto Recreation Alliance representatives and the Forest Service will provide commentary and provide an overview of the management techniques being implemented and how volunteer organizations such as TRAL help to fill many gaps.

Length and Difficulty Level

Participants will not be required to have UTV riding experience. Riders will be required to sign a risk acknowledgment form. Participants must wear over the ankle boots, long pants and a long sleeved shirt. Sunglasses can provide eye protection and goggles, helmets, and gloves will be provided.

Tour Guide

Desert Dog



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