Welcome to Jeep Trail Info!
This site is dedicated to providing accurate, useful, and current 4x4 road and trail information for recreational 4-wheeling enthusiasts, casual weekend explorers, and curious area visitors, alike. Specializing in the Southwestern United States, but continuing to grow and add more trails in more states to the menu all the time, Jeep Trail Info offers a mix of maps, trailbooks, and information to fulfill your quest for information on trails from easy and scenic roads to hard core, hair-raising red rock trails.
Shop securely online for printed tour maps or instantly download maps and guide books that you can print at home right now. Maps, trail data, driving tips, and blog tidbits are gathered by veteran backcountry guides, 4-wheel-driving instructors, and Jeep tour & off-road rental trainers, with easy-to-understand references.
Whether you are planning a quiet, scenic weekend in Sedona, Arizona, a fun-filled treasure hunt around the Alpine Loop in Silverton, Colorado, or a week-long 4-wheeling boondoggle in Moab, Utah, Jeep Trail Info has a variety of trail and 4wd information available for you to browse through, purchase downloadable & printable maps and trailbooks, or buy ready-printed maps.
Visit some of the most spectacular trails in the world! Moab, Utah; Sedona, Arizona; Lake Havasu City, Arizona; Parker, Arizona; Ouray, Colorado; Silverton, Colorado; Durango, Colorado; Telluride, Colorado; and more!
Also contained in this site is information to help you plan and prepare effectively for your 4-wheel-drive or SUV excursion. Driving tips, equipment checklists, seasonal topics, offroad shops, 4wd parts & supplies, and other useful information resources can be found here.
Enjoying the sightseeing opportunities and recreational activities that only a 4-wheel-drive vehicle can provide is not without risks and responsibilities. Jeep Trail Info promotes TreadLightly principles and encourages visitors to take responsibility for leaving trails cleaner than they found them, and with as little disturbance as possible of the areas they visit. Plan and prepare carefullyultimately, you make the decision whether or not to go, proceed, or turn around. Safety is always the number one priority.
The information contained within this site and the materials sold here are intended for planning and casual recreational purposes only. Jeep Trail Info and Trailwise make every effort to provide current and accurate content, but users should always consult locally for up-to-the minute conditions and status of roads and trails, and proceed at their own risk.
Have fun! Be responsible! Be safe! Happy trails!