the Castle Hot Springs road from the lake to Morris town is fine via 2W
Drive , some of the off roads are not as friendly. I am in Wickenburg
and a lot of the caches you can get to via 2w drive out here, Altho some
are not as easy just watch as you go.
On 3/29/2013 9:29 PM, AJ George wrote: > My caching vehicle is a stock 2004 Dodge Ram 1500 Quad Cab, 2WD 17"
> rims. My driving on the local dirt & gravel roads in this area is
> fairly limited. I have been able to get to the fire tower at T824
> Horsethief Lookout cache via Crown King Rd. I also did a little
> driving on W Table Mesa Rd, west of I-17. I was able to make it to the
> arm of Lake Pleasant just below "Wild Burro" cache at Cow Creek Rd.
> There was an elevation change in the road I knew I could not go up at
> that point.
> There are some other backroads I would like to take. But I am unsure
> if the truck and my lack of experience driving on these backroads can
> make the trip. I don't want to plan a full day outing only to have to
> turn back at some point.
> One of the trips is caching along Castle Hot Springs Road. I basically
> envision starting off near Lake Pleasant and then heading north and
> looping around coming out near 74 & 60.
> Another is taking Table Mesa Rd from I-17 and going east to T824 Table
> Mesa cache. Then continuing on to Seven Springs Rd and Cave Creek Rd.
> For those of you that have traveled those roads, are there any big
> dips, drops, washouts, etc that would keep me from completing these?
> Other than the obvious "don't do it after it has rained" and "take a
> lot of water", do y'all have any suggestions or comments?
> AJ George II aka G-Squad
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