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Coronado Trail + ADD NEW ROUTE


1   in Arizona Arizona118 Miles

By Anonymous
on April 1, 2003

4.8out of 5

34 Riders rated

 Scenery

 Road Quality

 Roadside Amenities

Written Directions

The way the road is described is by starting at Clifton, AZ and ending in Eagar, AZ. Of course you can reverse the direction if you like. Just look for Clifton and Eagar on the New Mexico/Arizona border which are about 200 miles east of Phoenix, AZ and take AZ Road 191.

Scenery

This road brings you to a whole new world in Arizona. Its located in the central eastern part of Arizona and parallels the New Mexico border. To find it on the map, just look for the towns of Eagar (home of the largest stand of pine trees in the US) and Clifton along the Arizona/New Mexico border. The towns are connected by Arizona road 191. You'll start out in a desert environment and end up passing through an Alpine paradise. It is LOADED with twists and turns and even though its in a remote section of Arizona, its well worth the trip. The road starts out in a desert setting near Clifton, AZ ... an old copper mining town. From there heading north and up in elevation, you can stop at a scenic overlook that will give you a look at the world's largest open-pit copper mines. The road will then take you through a canyon as the road hugs some cliffs and continues to dramatically climb (BE CAREFUL). What makes this road so amazing is the big change in scenery you'll see between the start and the finish. The diversity of landscape is due to the change in elevation you'll cover - a 5,000 feet difference from start to finish. You'll start out seeing some nice desert landscapes and then move on into some interesting canyons. You'll see the world's largest open pit copper mine and pass by one of the highest peaks in AZ - Escudilla Mountain (10,800 ft). You'll also see huge pine and aspen forests and some tranquil little meadows as you pass next to the White Mountains and through the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest. "This was taken at Hannagan Meadow."

Update from 1rock1 on 6/13/12:
The ride starts at 7500 feet elevation and drops to the 2500 foot level. The drive is full of wildlife, hairpin turns, shear cliffs, dramatic views and finishes with a drive through an open pit copper mine. There is so much metal in the earth the mountains are alive with rust colors making the scenic views some of the best blending White clouds, Blue skies, and the green pines. There are no services between the two cities so fill up in Alpine. Traveling south gives the best views as you are looking out over the Valley. Expect to be traveling for nearly 4 hours without stops as there are nearly 1200 hairpin turns of no more the 15 MPH on this incredible drive.

Road Quality

A true 5-star road for motorcycles. They say there are 427 curves on AZ Road 191 between Clifton and Alpine. The road also has some breathtaking ascents along the way that will keep your engine revving. The most dramatic elevation changes are near the town of Morenci, AZ. In fact, the speed of traffic will slow down to just 10 MPH at certain points!



"You all missed the point if you just did half. Try starting in Eager, then heading down 180 then cut across towards Clifton-Morenci on 78 then go back up 191. Round trip is 270 miles and will take about 12 hours to do it. Partly because you of the twisties and partly because you will be stopping at every wide spot to take pictures! Go to www.QuickThrottle.com and check out our Biker Gallery for the Rt 666 ride (this used to be hwy 666)".

Update from 1rock1 on 6/13/12: 1200 Hairpin turns, no shoulders and occasional dirt washed across roads from any recent storms that may have passed through.

Roadside Amenities

There is a lot of camping and hiking trails along the way. You can also take a half mile hike to the Rose Peak watch tower and get a great view of the surrounding landscape. There are many pullouts and look out points that you'll want to have a camera ready for. DON'T MISS the Mogollon Rim.

Update from 1rock1 on 6/13/12: Pine is a small town with a view small restaurants and you will pass through Hannigan Meadows that is a great picnic spot. The town of Morenci has a strong Hispanic flavor and has many wonderful restaurants from this ethnicity. It is also Copper mining town and arrangements can be made for a tour of the mine. There is not much along the way except tremendous views of BIG COUNTRY.

Additional Info

Update from 1rock1 on 6/13/12: This is not a ride for a beginner and do not allow the scenery to take your eyes off the road. Make many stops along the way to take pictures and to take in the sights.

- View the weather forecast for this area from Yahoo weather .

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What Riders Say About this Route Add Review & Rating

By Guest
on March 11, 2010 6 out of 6 members found this review useful.

4.5out of 5

Motorcycle Year 2006

Motorcycle Make Honda

Motorcycle Type Touring

While attending the 100 year HD Anniversary in Milwaukee in 2003, I ran into these two biker-guys from Germany. They'd come for the birthday bash but as soon as it was over they were headed to Arizona for the sole purpose of riding the Coronado Trail. I immediately put the CT on my "to-do" list, and did it for the first time the following year. Sweepers to the north, undulating pine-lined straights in the middle and technical twisties to the south. Be advised - while I highly recommend this road for experienced riders, it needs to be said that the southern section is not recommended for beginners especially riding it from north to south - it's very steep and very twisty once it begins dropping off the rim and heading for the desert below. My recommendation, no matter your riding level, is that you try to arrange your route to do Hwy 191 from south to north. Doing so will allow you to stay off your brakes and enjoy the scenery more, and there is plenty of that! I

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By Guest
on October 6, 2009 6 out of 6 members found this review useful.

5.0out of 5

Motorcycle Year 2004

Motorcycle Make Yamaha

Motorcycle Type Cruiser

Actually the road begins in Safford and has nice sweeping curves into Clifton and then actually terminates in Springerville, AZ.. So in reality it is 165 miles and over 450 curves and switchbacks. It offers the experienced technical rider everything needed in a good ride, Haripins, Long Sweepers and directionals. Gas up in Clifton or your next chance is in Alpine. Stop for trhe World famous Pie at the Bear Wallow Cafe in Alpine. Most Importantly BE CAREFEULL, this road will bite back and is not for the faint of heart. So please respect it!. those of us Natives will always call it the "Devil's Highway since the US Route designator changed from 666 to 191 some years ago. it makes Deals Gap ( Tail of the Dragon) and the Pigs Trail in Arkansas, although fun not even in the same ballpark. Some c'mon out to AZ and Dance on the Devil's Highway with us!

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By Guest
on October 11, 2010 5 out of 5 members found this review useful.

5.0out of 5

Motorcycle Year 2009

Motorcycle Make Triumph

Motorcycle Type Sport-Touring

What an amazing drive from Clifton To Eagar, AZ. This road will test your technical driving abilities on each and every curve. The first 25 - 30 miles is straight up with neck wrenching twists and turns and while a person could go faster, DON'T. The rest of 80 or so miles remains twisty with a few sweepers and a short straight of way not far from Hannagan Meadows. The last 20 miles into Eagar is at highway speeds, but watch out for farm equipment. Reasons not do drive fast. First, rocks fall and there were many corners where you needed to avoid large rocks and gravel in the middle of the travel lane. Secondly, as many others alluded to, traffic can slow to a crawl and you won't know that until you are well into your curve. Additionally, when I went (mid-Oct), the traffic consisted mostly of large pickups with travel trailers that could not avoid drifting over the lines. Next are critters. Squirrels, skunks, deer, elk, and the fifteen cows that decided to take a break in the middle of the road. Watchout for the one with crooked horns (1 up/ 1 down), she was irritable. Didn't see any elk, but I know they are out there. Finally, the scenery is breath taking. Go too fast and you will miss it. All total, my drive from Clifton to Eagar took nearly 4 hours with plenty of kodak moments and breaks.

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By JonB52
on June 4, 2013 4 out of 5 members found this review useful.

5.0out of 5

Motorcycle Year 2006

Motorcycle Make Kawasaki

Motorcycle Type Sport

Wow! Great ride! I rode the three sisters 2 months ago and enjoyed this road even more. Lots and lots of twisties with awesome views around every corner. The drop offs are a bit scarey so be careful and keep your eyes on the road! Definately worth traveling to this part of Arizona.

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By MCR Contributor
on August 18, 2011 4 out of 4 members found this review useful.

5.0out of 5

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South to North, starting on Morenci, you get to experience 525 twisty turns and breathtaking panoramic views-all within 70 miles! We had 14 people and 11 bikes in all, ranging from semi-experienced to riders that were almost born on bikes... We stopped along the way at Hannagan Meadow Lodge, where the lodge rooms were decorated in different themes, there's even a honeymoon suite. The next day, we continued on to Alpine, but the road from Morenci to the lodge is so AMAZING! I even got a picture of a deer that we stopped and had a conversation with (almost) before she ran away. This has to be one of the most wonderful rides I've ever been on! And nuts to those that don't want to call it the Devil's highway... just because it used to be called Highway 666. I got my pin that says I rode the Devil's Highway, you can too!

There are no 'amenities' like a roadside table, leave those to the 'Interstaters'... There are, however places to pull over and look out over mountains, stretch, grab your picnic, talk to deer, but there is a lodge along the way, Hannagan Meadows Lodge. Google it... Oh yah, gas up before you leave Morenci, and take it easy, because there are no gas stations until you get to Alpine!

Make sure you call for road conditions before you head out on this trek! And make sure you get your "I rode the Devil's Highway" pin or key-chain.

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By Guest
on January 4, 2011 4 out of 4 members found this review useful.

5.0out of 5

Motorcycle Year 2007

Motorcycle Make Suzuki

Motorcycle Type Touring

Eagerly awaited this ride, after first attempt was aborted by snow at Easter 2008. Took north to south route in September 2009 and was not dissappointed. Beautiful scenery, twisties go on forever, huge elevation change. Take extreme care on the bends though, especially on a cruiser. Harley rider 5mins ahead of me misjudged the bend and flew into abyss. Rider was okay, bike probably took a while to retrieve. Highly recommended, but be careful, plan for time, gas and weather. Next time will take northbound route.

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By rideride
on August 9, 2014 2 out of 2 members found this review useful.

5.0out of 5

Motorcycle Year 2006

Motorcycle Make CBR

Motorcycle Type Sport

Amazing 90 mile stretch of road that includes all kinds of road and curves. Type of road that is entertaining at the speed limit and lots of times below. I encountered one car and no motorcycles going my direction the entire time.

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By Guest
on March 21, 2011 2 out of 2 members found this review useful.

4.5out of 5

Motorcycle Year 2003

Motorcycle Make Yamaha

Motorcycle Type Cruiser

This was a great ride! We started in Tucson and went up through Safford then up to Coronado Trail, then we went over to Show Low, down to Globe and back home, about 540 mile ride all in one day!! Coronado Trail was the best part, overall the road was great, going south to north it has a lot of gravel on the first 1/4 of the Trail. Going through Morenci was really cool and really tricky, those turns are really tight, really not for beginners. It was really fun and we had a great time. This is one road you have to do at least once if you have a bike, it will challenge you and be a blast, I was scrapping floorboards all over the place!! Hands down the best ride I have done!

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By White Wolf
on May 7, 2016 1 out of 1 members found this review useful.

5.0out of 5

Motorcycle Year 2015

Motorcycle Make Ducati Diavel

Motorcycle Type Sport-Touring

Truly a fantastic road! All the good things posted on here are true. I started on the North end in Eagar, AZ and did "the loop" (catching the 180 south in Alpine to the 78, then north on the 191). The road quality on the 191 was very good. The views are AMAZING. I saw a total of 3 cars on the 191 once I left the Clifton area. BE WARNED: I counted 27 deer on the Hwy once sunset began.

There's really nothing I can add that hasn't already been posted. But I can confirm what everyone has already said... It's a bucket list, must do road that tops my favorite list.

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By MuscleMan2009
on August 20, 2014 1 out of 1 members found this review useful.

5.0out of 5

Motorcycle Year 2009

Motorcycle Make Harley Davidson V-Rod Muscle

Motorcycle Type Cruiser

I had only ridden dirt bikes before deciding I wanted a V-Rod. I found the one I wanted in Tucson and flew there from DFW to make the purchase and ride home. A friend advised me that I could not pass by the Devil's Highway without riding it. So I jumped on the Harley for the first time and rode south to north. WOW, what a ride. I scraped the pegs going around the turns a time or two. I saw only a few other bikes taking the trail. It's as good as everyone says and I'm so pleased I worked it into my ride home. I had only put maybe 50 street miles before buying the V-Rod and 2 days later I had put on 1000 miles and concurred the Devil's Highway. I highly recommend, regardless of your experience level, just be careful.

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By desert rat
on August 6, 2014 1 out of 1 members found this review useful.

5.0out of 5

Motorcycle Year Kawasaki

Motorcycle Make Vulcan Drifter 800

Motorcycle Type Sport-Touring

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By Guest
on August 1, 2013 1 out of 2 members found this review useful.

4.0out of 5

Motorcycle Year 2008

Motorcycle Make Harley Sportser, 1200 Roadster

Motorcycle Type Standard

Great ride. The longest non stop twisty road I've encountered, but not the best.
Cattle guards are frequent, as are pot holes and tar snakes, road surface was bad. Stay alert, have fun. There was very little traffic, but a fair amount of what there was, was in my lane.
89, from Congress to Prescott, Prescott Valley to Jerome, 5*.

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By Guest
on March 20, 2013 1 out of 1 members found this review useful.

5.0out of 5

Motorcycle Year 2005

Motorcycle Make Ducati Monster S2R

Motorcycle Type Sport

Coming from Germany I had to ride this road. I did drive it in South North direction and as my base point is Safford AZ nearby I made the ride into a loop by going back south via Luna NM and Reserve, to Mule Creek and 3 Way near Clifton.
This is spectakular road that anyone who has teh opportunity to ride a motorcycle in in East Arizona should have the chance to experience.It is like a 3 hours roller coaster ride (never ending fun. Of course with a light european bike that is made for speed and curves this is a additional pleasure. I love this road.

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By pegasus1300
on January 20, 2013 1 out of 1 members found this review useful.

5.0out of 5

Motorcycle Year 1990

Motorcycle Make Honda Goldwing Trike

Motorcycle Type Touring

I really liked this road better then the Dragon.It is longer and just as many curves and you can see the scenery if you dare take your eyes off the road,or stop. The highway is actually US 191.Stop in Morenci at the Texas BBQ for lunch.A true Texan with years of experence.

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By pegasus1300
on January 20, 2013 1 out of 2 members found this review useful.

5.0out of 5

Motorcycle Year 1990

Motorcycle Make Honda Goldwing Trike

Motorcycle Type Touring

This a fantastic Highway.I liked it better the the Dragon because it is longer and you can see the scenery

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By browne
on October 20, 2011 1 out of 1 members found this review useful.

5.0out of 5

Motorcycle Year 2006

Motorcycle Make Buell Ulysses

Motorcycle Type Sport-Touring

Imagine The Dragon but 10 times the length. This road will wear yourself out so stay alert. I would love to ride this road more if it were not so far away. One of my favorites.

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By Guest
on May 11, 2010 1 out of 1 members found this review useful.

4.5out of 5

Motorcycle Year 1994

Motorcycle Make Honda

Motorcycle Type Cruiser

I am very fortunate to keep my 94 VFR750 at a relative's house in Phoenix, and rode "666" last August. I was "geared up" for warm weather, but riding in the ealy AM from Phoenix to Alpine, even in August..let me tell you, I wished for a jacket. There were GIANT pines at alpine (go figure) and you expected to meet the "Marborogh Man" around every bend while riding the high meadows. The distant views were breath-taking, and the road never dissapointed. You need to watch your gas tank and milage, because skipping a town, may put you at a very low fuel state. The descent into the desert requires strict attenntion, and the caution, "watch out for sand or gravel where the mountain washes over the road" is a good caution. The descent into Morenci and the copper mine is awesome (watch for big horn sheep near the mine)....as is driving back through Globe. Be sure to hydrate often...The dry desert will suck it out of you. I'm doing it again this summer...Great ride.

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By Guest
on March 20, 2010 1 out of 1 members found this review useful.

4.0out of 5

Motorcycle Year 2002

Motorcycle Make Harley-Davidson

Motorcycle Type Cruiser

This stretch of road is truly phenomenal. It lives up to all of the hype that has been written about it. Riding the Highway to Hell will keep your attention riveted to the roadway most of the time. Be sure to have your raingear handy. We ran into a massive downpour with good-sized hail and had to pull over at the first place we found. Highly recommended stretch of road! I'm doing it again this year but this time I'm taking a group of 25 riders to experience just how awesome it truly is.

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By Guest
on July 26, 2009 1 out of 1 members found this review useful.

5.0out of 5

Motorcycle Year 2002

Motorcycle Make Kawasaki

Motorcycle Type Sport-Touring

Great ride. Little traffic during the week. Gas up as not too many pumps around!

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By Guest
on November 19, 2008 1 out of 2 members found this review useful.

No Rating Provided

Motorcycle Year 2009

Motorcycle Make Kawasaki

Motorcycle Type Sport-Touring

Great route! Pretty much "the road" motorcycle builders have in mind when designing bikes! Just watch for gravel and rocks in some of the tight corners. Also, if you're riding at dawn or dusk watch for Elk! Those suckers are huge, and I've seen them standing in the middle of that road.

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By Guest
on October 13, 2008 1 out of 1 members found this review useful.

No Rating Provided

Motorcycle Year 2001

Motorcycle Make Honda

Motorcycle Type Cruiser

this was one great ride, goes on forever, when you think your done, you'll see another 10 mph next 6 miles,

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By Guest
on June 26, 2008 1 out of 2 members found this review useful.

No Rating Provided

Motorcycle Year 2001

Motorcycle Make Yamaha

Motorcycle Type Standard

This is the best 100 mile section of motorcycle road I've been on in the US. It is a technically fun and challenging road and the scenery is phoenominal. If you want a fun motorcycle ride this is a must see road!

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By Guest
on June 8, 2008 1 out of 2 members found this review useful.

No Rating Provided

Motorcycle Year 2007

Motorcycle Make Kawasaki

Motorcycle Type Sport

Truly a wonderful road. Very challenging tho, so do not go alone. No guardrails and steep drop offs for the unwary. Road surface is variable in places with some very slippy patches of fine gravel (May 08), but you can usually see these in time: black asphalt with suspicious surface! heading North after Hannagan Meadow, you can really let it rip, but watch for elk. Wear safety gear, this is a road for the more experienced rider.

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By Guest
on March 27, 2008 1 out of 1 members found this review useful.

No Rating Provided

Motorcycle Year 2001

Motorcycle Make Honda

Motorcycle Type Touring

This is truly one of the premier motorcycle roads in US! We have ridden it twice with little to no traffic, good roads great views, great smells and lots of hills and turns to keep it interesting. If you are in Springerville at the North end, stay at the Rode Inn. Very biker friendly, nice rooms, good breakfast and good rates.

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By J.C.Whitehead
on October 12, 2016 0 out of 0 members found this review useful.

5.0out of 5

Motorcycle Year 2005

Motorcycle Make Harley Davidson

Motorcycle Type Touring

One of my favorite rides ever. I did it North to South and I've heard it's a difficult ride in that direction. I didn't care a bit. It was awesome. Next time I ride it, I'll take the whole day on it and ride it both ways.

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By Hondarider1
on July 1, 2016 0 out of 0 members found this review useful.

5.0out of 5

Motorcycle Year 2013

Motorcycle Make Honda

Motorcycle Type Cruiser

Outstanding ride. On the trail on a Thursday and virtually no other vehicles. Breathtaking scenery, great for the passenger but the driver needs to keep focused. Loved it.

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By cyclopathic
on June 7, 2016 0 out of 0 members found this review useful.

5.0out of 5

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The nickname of this road "Devil's Spine". This used to be Arizona portion of US-666, the offshoot of US-66.

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By Silver City George
on May 31, 2015 0 out of 1 members found this review useful.

5.0out of 5

Motorcycle Year 2015

Motorcycle Make Slingshot

Motorcycle Type Other

From Alpine, the ride begins on a not-so-twisty mountain road; before long comes an obligatory turn-around for vehicles longer than 40', for good reason. The turns soon tighten, posted speed limit drops to 25, and remains so for much of the ride to Morenci. Traffic was light; the few other southbound vehicles soon found places to pull over to let me pass. Tight turns gave me a busy time learning how best to control the extraordinary cornering ability of the slingshot. I soon noticed a curious asymmetric tire chirp. The stability control, I understand, applies brake to the outboard wheel as needed. On tight right turns, the port tire would complain with a brief squawk, but left turns brought no corresponding squeal from starboard. I supposed this asymmetry might be due to lack of passenger, but now I think it's just because right hand turns allow greater panache whenever no oncoming traffic is present, as leaving lane on the left is less serious than leaving on the right. I heartily recommend this great ride.

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By RedWing04
on February 21, 2015 0 out of 0 members found this review useful.

4.0out of 5

Motorcycle Year 2004

Motorcycle Make Honda

Motorcycle Type Touring

Interesting road with lots and lots of curves and good scenery. Not a lot of amenities along the way. Stop at the open pit copper mine overlook. Would do it again if in the area.

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By Guest
on August 1, 2013 0 out of 1 members found this review useful.

4.0out of 5

Motorcycle Year 2008

Motorcycle Make Harley Sportser, 1200 Roadster

Motorcycle Type Standard

Great ride. The longest non stop twisty road I've encountered, but not the best.
Cattle guards are frequent, as are pot holes and tar snakes, road surface was bad. Stay alert, have fun. There was very little traffic, but a fair amount of what there was, was in my lane.
89, from Congress to Prescott, Prescott Valley to Jerome, 5*.

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By jsonder
on June 17, 2012 0 out of 1 members found this review useful.

4.0out of 5

Motorcycle Year 1989

Motorcycle Make Honda

Motorcycle Type Enduro

When running downhill, the tight hairpins can be a bit of a challenge. It is easy to go into them too fast. But, that makes it a challenging ride.

I've ridden it both south to north and north to south, twice, and look forward to doing it again.

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By Guest
on October 22, 2010 0 out of 1 members found this review useful.

5.0out of 5

Motorcycle Year 2003

Motorcycle Make BMW

Motorcycle Type Sport-Touring

The toughest road I've ridden for twisties. Just a great ride, take the time to enjoy the scenery. Can't miss!

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By Guest
on May 10, 2010 0 out of 1 members found this review useful.

4.5out of 5

Motorcycle Year 2010

Motorcycle Make BMW

Motorcycle Type Sport-Touring

My good friend who had done the Coronado Trail this time last year suggested we do this spectacular ride again this year. In '09 it was a sunny warm day. This year, in fact just one week ago today, we encountered a blizzard at 8500 ft. Within a period of 20 minutes it went from flurries to a total whiteout. We took refuge at a camp called Strayhorse Work Camp. We had camping gear but it was 30 degrees and the snow was piling up fast. Fortunately one of the cabins was open and gave us a refuge for the night. By 10 am the next morning the road was clear and we finished the ride. Motorcycle memories come in many forms. This one was more adventure than pleasure...but makes for a good story

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By Guest
on January 19, 2010 0 out of 1 members found this review useful.

5.0out of 5

Motorcycle Year 2003

Motorcycle Make Honda

Motorcycle Type Cruiser

I actually rode the Coronado Trail back in 2007, but it will be in my great rides memory bank forever. What a great road this is, it definitely lives up to its 5 star billing. Unfortunately I took this road late in the day and had to hurry to make it up to Springerville before dark (didn't make it). All I can say for now is that I can't wait to ride it again and give myself a whole day to do it, maybe even ride it, turn around and ride it again, it is that good. That is assuming I am not worn out from it, lots of tight hair turns on the south end and to much scenery throughout to take in all at one time. It is open range so watch out for cattle and every other 4 legged critter in the area, in fact I had a close encounter with a herd of elk just after dark just south of Alpine. If you are into camping this would be a great ride to find a campground, pitch a tent and enjoy nature at its best. If not, at least take a break at Hannagan Meadows along the way, grab a snack or possibly stay the night and visit with other fellow riders. Ride safe and enjoy.

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