Our mission is to provide overlanding and camping trips that gets our veterans out in nature. Being out in nature helps our veteran's mental health and wellness opening opportunities to build relationships with other veterans who may have been through or are going through similar situations.
Year - 2018
Make - Jeep
Model -Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited JL
Engine - 3.6L V6
Suspension - Stock
Wheels - 17"
Tires - BFG All Terrain T/A KO2 - 35X11.5-17
Year - 2021
Make - Dodge
Model - Ram 1500 - Built to Serve USMC Edition
Engine - 5.7L V8 Hemi eTorque
Suspension - 3.5" Rough Country
Wheels - 20"
Tires - BFG All Terrain T/A KO2 - 35X10.5-20
Year - 1994
Make - Jeep
Model -Wrangler YJ SE Sport
Engine - 4.0L I6
Suspension - 3 1/2" Black Diamond
Wheels - 15"
Tires - Goodyear MT/R with Kevlar 33X11.5-15
Year - 2022
Make - Dweller
Model - OBI
Engine - N/A
Suspension - Timberin
Wheels - 17"
Tires - 33"
Senator Highway isn’t too difficult. After the fire and before recent trail maintenance, 4-wheel drive was required on this trail. Now, you can get away without it except in inclement weather. This trail does receive quite a bit of snow in the winter time. Take that into account when planning a trip along this trail. We’ve rated the trail a ‘4’ because of some of the rocky sections and the overall narrow trail. Most stock SUV’s with good ground clearance can make this trip. Trail conditions may vary after rains and after long periods without maintenance. Senator Highway is 37 miles end to end. Allow for 2-4 hours to drive the trail at a decent pace and stop a couple of times. -https://azoffroad.net/
On this trail, travel 37 miles along an old toll road from Crown King to Prescott. Along the way, you’ll pass the old Senator Mine and numerous other historic buildings on the scenic and fun mountain road. -https://azoffroad.net/
The trail immediately begins to start twisting and turning … Schnebly Hill Vista which is must-see. The view is quite rewarding and makes for a great breaking … Schnebly Hill Road Mostly Easy — 3/10 Offering arguably one of the best views of Sedona, Schnebly … coming from I-17, take exit #320. Continue east along Schnebly Hill Road and follow the directions … onto Schnebly Hill Road. Follow this for 0.9 miles to the parking area/end of the pavement. -https://azoffroad.net/
Overall, this scenic and fun trail is just under 11 miles one way to complete. Allow for about an hour to drive it at a decent pace. You’ll definitely want to stop multiple times for photo-ops and breaks. The trail certainly isn’t difficult but isn’t suitable for passenger cars either. High-clearance vehicles are required and must be street-legal. We’ve rated the trail a ‘3’ out of 10 because much of the trail is rocky and rutted below Schnebly Hill Vista. This trail makes a great shortcut between I-17 and Sedona but is closed in the winter time. -https://azoffroad.net/
Kofa National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1939 for the protection of desert bighorn sheep and other native wildlife following a 1936 campaign by the Arizona Boy Scouts.
Originally designated Kofa Game Range, the refuge was managed jointly by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Bureau of Land Management for decades. In 1976, control of the refuge was awarded to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, and it was renamed Kofa National Wildlife Refuge. The refuge's name was derived from an acronym for one of the area’s most notable mines, the King of Arizona gold mine. - Kofa National Wildlife Refuge | About Us | U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (fws.gov)