General Cook’s Trail
General Cook National Recreation Trail (FR 136) is part of the Verde Trails system – developed with the help of the Arizona State Parks OHV Recreation Fund – as a multi-use road not just for all kinds of motorized vehicles, but also for hiking, horseback riding, and mountain biking. Most of the connecting trails are only meant for ATVs and smaller vehicles, hikers and horseback riders making this a multi-use dirt road roughly parallel to I-17 from Camp Verde at the North to FR 732 / Highway 169 at the south. This is also a popular place for hunting and has a good number of dispersed primitive camping spots.
Long Version Video:
For a complete video of the entire trail see: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJw4r1LPXUk