The trails on the Kachina Peaks (of Northern AZ) have volcanic origins and they tend to get dry and dusty by June. So when the rains come (and they have!) they give the dusty trail a crusty and tacky surface which provides great traction. We like to get first tracks on these crusty powder days!
Last weekend Dara, Sazi, and I explored some trails in the White Mountain’s near Greer, AZ. We road the trails of three forks of the Little Colorado River – West Fork Trail (#94), East Fork (#95) and South Fork (#97).
Dara had just started her third trimester of pregnancy so after riding all three trail-forks of the Little Colorado, we dubbed the weekend the Third Trimester Trifecta!