Frequently Asked Questions

The AZAT is a central-eastern Arizona OHV trail system that runs from Payson to Hannagan Meadow.  More information can be found here.

Registration is completely free!

Registration provides you the ability to login to our website to download maps and tracks of off-branching trails to unique points of interest, access to trail status, etc.

Payson, Jake’s Corner/Tonto Basin/Punkin Center, Young, Forest Lakes, Heber-Overgaard, Clay Springs, Linden, Snowflake, Taylor, Show Low, Pinetop-Lakeside, Greer, Springerville, Eagar, Nutrioso, Alpine, Hannagan Meadow. See the “Towns” menu at the top of our website for more information.

The trail follows a combination of US Forest roads and trails, county roads, and in town roads and highways. As such, your OHV has to be street legal.

Yes. Since the AZAT is a contiguous loop, most towns are connected by more than one trail.

The trail system is approximately 750 total miles in length. This counts only trails that run from one town to the next. There are side trails that will exceed the total length of the AZAT.

Arizona vehicles must meet state and forest requirements before riding any portion of the AZAT. These include – Arizona OHV license, liability insurance, OHV offroad sticker, etc.  More information is available here.

Out of State vehicles must meet the following – All OHVs designed by the manufacturer primarily for use over unimproved terrain and that weigh 2,500 pounds or less are required by law to display a valid OHV decal to operate on public and state trust lands. This includes “street legal” OHVs that meet these two requirements. More information can be found here.

The trail is designed to be used primarily by off highway vehicles (OHV). However, the trail can be used by hikers, bikers, and horses too.

The trail is primarily a Spring thru Fall trail.  Winter riding is sometimes possible in the lower elevations. Registered users can check our website for up to date status on closed/open segments of the trail.