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Scorpion Canyon
When: Sunday, oct 12th
Place: scorpion canyon
Time: 9:00 am
We will meet in the open area on pomerene rd in benson. I will leave by 9 am.
I am going to lead a run to scorpion canyon. This is normally a trail that stock can do. There is az pinstripe as usual and I am sure due to this years monsoons the brush will be there. If the rains changed it too badly we will make sure all get thru. I have not had time to pre-run.
As with any run make sure you bring what you need. Water,lunch,spare whatever you may need, camera as it is a nice canyon and leaves may be changing. If things go as planned it should be 5 maybe 6 hrs. Could be less if Mother Nature has not changed it much.
Huachuca Mountain Run
Sunday morning the 24 of March, 12 vehicles with occupants staged at the Coronado National monument visitor center to leave on a adventure to the back side of the Huachuca mountains. I had volunteered to lead a run to a place I hadn’t seen in at least 20 years, Happy Jack Cave. A lot can happen in twenty years roads change, fires come, terrain changes and all land marks seam to evolve into something unidentifiable.

 Coronado National Memorial is the only unit in the National Park System that commemorates the Francisco Vásquez de Coronado Expedition of 1540-1542. "Coronado's expedition was one of the outstanding achievements of a period marked by notable explorations. It made known the vast extent and the nature of the country that lay north of central Mexico, and from the time of Coronado, Spaniards never lost interest in the country. In no small measure their subsequent occupation of it was due to the curiosity so created."

And so it was we started out, the weather was wonderful, the skies blue and hardly a breeze in contrast to the gale force winds the past few days. After airing down and the customary catching up with people we hadn’t seen in a while and meeting the new people we were off down the dusty trail. We first came to Oversight canyon. This is the canyon I believe that the Happy Jack cave is located in. We searched many roads I saw many familiar land marks, hiked a couple of trails but ultimately came up cave less.
Come Wheeling With Us!

If you live in Cochise County or surrounding area you are welcome to join us on a run.  Our runs are listed in the calendar at this site and will include the minimum vehicle requirements based on the trail rating. If you and your vehicle are up to it, come on out and have some fun with us. 

If you are visiting the area and would like to ride along please contact us in advance of the meeting to see if we'll have an empty seat available.

If your 4 wheel drive group would like to arrange a run in our area we'd be happy to take you out.  Contact us to pick a trail and a date!


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