Guided Trail Rides


Apache County ATV club member volunteers will be available to share their knowledge of the area and show our guests their favorite places in the beautiful White Mountains of Arizona and to tell a few “tall outlaw tales.”

Group rides are open to all and can be signed up for each day starting on Thursday through Sunday. There will be no group rides on Monday.

Group rides are limited in size and available on a first-come first-served basis.(we like to keep groups no more than 25 machines on each ride)

Most rides are about 50 miles long. ( Some will start from rodeo grounds and others will require trailering your rides to starting point)

You can participate with a UTV-Quad or Motorcycle. You are responsible to have the proper OHV tag and follow the law.

Anyone wishing to participate in a trail ride MUST sign an insurance waiver and agree to follow our safety guidelines before being allowed to participate.

Friday - morning rides:
Hannigan Meadow overnight loop, 200 miles, this ride departs from the rodeo grounds at 7 am, stops for lunch in Alpine, arrives at the lodge in the late afternoon, returns back to rodeo grounds late Saturday afternoon. Ride participants are responsible for making and paying for their own reservations at the lodge plus paying for their supper and breakfast meals at the lodge. Riders who do not wish to stay at the lodge can camp in a camp area at the lodge. The lodge normally has fuel available, if not the club will provide fuel to ride participants at our cost. This ride is limited to 10 machines. The lodge will fill up for the Labor Day holiday, but currently is open for the long weekend. Anyone wishing to participate in this ride should sign up for the ride to secure a position before making the lodge/campground reservations. Information and reservations can be made at one of the following: info@hannaganmeadow.com, 928-339-4370, 480-290-9541. (Two club members have requested they receive two of the 10 available machine positions)

Grizzly trail, 95+ miles, departing from the rodeo grounds 8 am, lunch in Alpine

Bear Claw trail, 54 miles, this ride can be a trailered ride to Pat Knoll as the starting point or it can be ridden from the rodeo grounds to the Pat Knoll starting point, this would add 28 miles OHV riding, this would put the total ride distance at 82 miles, departure time of 8 am

Juan Garcia trail, 45 miles, trailered ride departing from rodeo grounds 8 am

Friday - Afternoon rides:
Loco Knoll trail, trail details are still being worked out, approximate distance 30 miles, leaving from the rodeo grounds 1pm

Ike Clanton loop, 35 miles, leaves from rodeo grounds, easy ride, 1pm

Night Ride, trail not determined, probably 20 to 25 miles, leaving from rodeo grounds, 7 pm

Saturday - morning rides:
Grizzly trail, 95+ miles, departing from the rodeo grounds 8am, lunch in Alpine

Hannigan Meadow Loop, 85 miles, trailered ride, staging area in Alpine, 8 am

Slaughter Circle, 50 miles, trailered ride, 30 miles to staging area, 8 am

Saturday - Afternoon rides:
Riggs Creek trail, 40 miles, departs from rodeo grounds, 1 pm

Petroglyphs trail, 30 miles, departs from rodeo grounds, 1 pm

Sunday - morning rides:
Juan Garcia trail, 45 miles, trailered ride, 20 miles to staging area, 8 am

Indian Tank Hill trail, 51 miles, departs from rodeo grounds, 8 am

Slaughter Circle, 50 miles, trailered ride, 30 miles to staging area, 8 am

Sunday - Afternoon rides:
Milligan Loop trail, 40 miles, departs from rodeo grounds, 1 pm

Petroglyphs trail, 30 miles, departs from rodeo grounds, 1 pm

For further information, please call our toll-free number 623-363-9665.