Trail Sign near Goldwater Lake If there is a more perfect place to live, we don't know where that would be. The hundreds of miles of trails in, and around, the Prescott area make this an amazing place for outdoorsy, adventurous people to live and explore. With a number of running & mountain bike events being held on our trails each year, there are options for nearly everyone. From the Rails-To-Trails Peavine & Iron King trails, to the technical singletrack trails of the Constellation Trail system, through some of the Granite Dells, and many more, people of all ages enjoy these trails.

Members of the Findlay Subaru Prescott team enjoy their time on the Prescott Mile High Trail System, whether they are running with the Prescott Area Trail Runners, or riding mountains bikes with the local race team: Mountain Air Racing.

Some trailheads make perfect use of the Symmetrical All Wheel Drive system standard on all but one Subaru model (sorry BRZ), as well as the optional Hill Descent Controls & X-Mode - such as the road to Sierra Prieta, to leave on Trail #366, along the Whiskey Row Marathon course. You can see that the tagline of Whiskey Row Marathon, "Are you tough enough" holds true to more than just the competitors on foot!

The primitive / non-maintained roads leading to some of these trails will show why Subaru's 8.7" of ground clearance is a great feature to have on a capable vehicle. Check out our Subaru SUV inventory, here. Our friendly,non-commission team of Subaru Specialists are here to assist you with whatever Subaru needs you may have, to help you get to the trails, as efficiently as possible!

If you do end up checking out the trails along the Granite Dells, around Granite Mountain, Badger Mountain,or any of the other beautiful, eye catching trails that the Prescott Mile High Trail system has to offer both residents and visitors, alike.

Grandfather Alligator Juniper saved by the 19 Granite Mountain Hotshots
If you have seen the movie "Only The Brave" about 19 Granite Mountain Hotshots who perished fighting wildland fires a little south of Prescott in June of 2013, this tree may be recognized. There is a photo of the team hanging out on the world record Alligator Juniper, after saving it from a fire. If you are up for the hike, it is a somber experience, well worth the trail trip to check it out.