Dave and Janice back with the final day of our 7-day, 6 night, 750+ mile Arizona Peace Trail adventure with our friend Michel.
The AZPT is an off highway vehicle trail in Western Arizona, running between Yuma in the south and Bullhead City to the north. The trail features a variety of recreation opportunities for off-roading enthusiasts. The trail loops through Yuma, La Paz, and Mojave counties.
After a chilly night camping, we started off the final day of our ride with a quick breakfast to fuel ourselves and then a stop at the Wayside Oasis to fuel the machines. Then we hit the trails headed for Salome. The ride would be a short one in comparison to other days. We opted to take the Cottonwood Pass as opposed to Tank Pass which I think is the main trail. Along Cottonwood Pass we stopped at a place called Miner’s Hideaway which is an abandoned cabin built into a rock face. Pretty cool even though it has deteriorated considerably.
We grabbed fuel again in Salome and then headed back to our trailer at the local KOA campground.
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D & J
Arizona Peace Trail – Day 7 – Wayside to Salome