MTB Project
This Featured Ride
is up for adoption!
This Featured Ride is completely mapped but isn't quite finished.

Have you ridden this race before? This Featured race needs the underlying trails added!

It is up for adoption, which means you can become the owner and finish creating it. You get full credit - just as if you did everything from scratch.

More Information

Whiskey Off-Road - 25 Proof Course

Consensus:    (details)
 3.5 from 2 votes
blue  Intermediate from 1 vote
Rank: #4 in the Prescott area
#69 in AZ, #1,257 Overall
Views: 1,518. Last 30 days: 216
Featured Ride near Prescott,  area, 
“Technical singletrack, smooth fire roads, quality climbing, and awesome vistas.”
Adopt These Trails! on Jan 16, 2015
Getting There     GPX File     Print
30.849.6 milesKilometers 4,126’1,258 m Ascent 6,998’2,133 m High 5% Avg Grade (3°)
50% Singletrack -4,127’-1,258 m Descent 5,351’1,631 m Low 23% Max Grade (13°)
This Featured Ride is still in development or editorial review. It might not be ready for use.
On April 24, 2015. Official Details:
Access through Camp Pearlstein is likely prohibited outside of the event. Be respectful and consider continuing down Copper Basin Road and skipping straight to trail #48.
The ultimate mountain bike event weekend, hosted cooperatively by Epic Rides, the City of Prescott, and the Prescott National Forest during the final weekend of April each year.

The Whiskey Off-Road 25 Proof course begins with a brief stay and steep climb on the pavement heading out to the endless singletrack offerings located in Prescott National Forest. Once in the forest, the route features technical singletrack, burly water bars, daunting creek crossings, smooth fire roads, quality climbing, and awesome vistas.
Head south on Montezuma (Whiskey Row) to Goodwin. West on Goodwin up Summit Avenue. Right on Glenwood Avenue to Park Avenue. Left on Park Avenue to Country Club. Right on Country Club to Highland. Left on Highland to Copper Basin Road. Right on Copper Basin Road. Copper Basin will eventually get very steep. When the steep ends the pavement will also. Enter Forest Service land on Copper Basin dirt road.

Turn right on Camp Pearlstein Road. Follow Camp Pearlstein Road to the end. Climb the road up to trail #393. Take a sharp left on #393, follow the trail until it descends down to the dirt parking lot/trailhead.

Trail #393 ends at a trailhead and parking lot. Go directly across Copper Basin Road and begin super sweet Trail #48. At top of #48 you'll come out on a doubletrack, turn right on doubletrack and follow this for less than 5 minutes. Then turn right again to continue on Trail #48 at a 3-way intersection. After the turn you'll be on singletrack trail #48 which starts with technical water bars. This trail includes rocks, ruts, drops, blown down trees, and hike-a-bike. It ends with a technical switchback downhill into a 3-way intersection with Trail #260.

Turn left on Trail #260 and be careful of the terrain as you follow this trail to the bottom. There are a couple of super rocky, super loose sections - be careful.

Trail #260 will kick you out onto a dirt road (#53). Go right onto the dirt road (if you go left you’ll end up on Highway 89). It gets steep here - stick it out!

Turn right at a 4-way intersection. Climb to the next 4-way intersection. Go left at a 4-way on Road 373 up to Sierra Prieta overlook. After taking a gander, turn 180 degrees and start up the switchback singletrack Trail #266.

Now begins a monster descent. At roughly 5-10 minutes down, stay right at the 3-way intersection on Trail # 9401J, an old dirt road. This trail gets very rocky in places, be careful.

Continue downhill on the trail and be aware of off camber and rocky sections. The trail kicks out onto an old dirt road (smooth transition). Turn onto Trail #327. After a few minutes of descending on Trail #327 there's going to be a right hand turn on Trail #321. This turn will sneak up on you at a point when you could be going very fast. Be sure to keep an eye out. If you get to the 3-way intersection and thin flowing creek you’ve gone too far.

Trail #321 is super fast and fun while paralleling a creek bed. Really good stuff. Turn left on Trail #323 up hill. Follow #323 up the final hill (about 5-7 minutes or so). Follow #323 until you see the option to turn right on #392.

Trail #392 is affectionately known as the “Garden Grove” trail. It's a bomber! A heck of a way to end a ride. Enjoy the descent! At the bottom you’ll ride parallel to Thumb Butte Road which will end where Trail #367 begins. Turn right onto trail #367.

Follow Trail #367, next to and occasionally crossing Miller Creek, until it spits you back out on Thumb Butte Road (the trail number changes to #326 near the end, where a trail came in from your right). Take a right on the road and follow it back into town. Turn right onto Park Avenue for a gentle climb to Glenwood Avenue where you turn left. Continue on the same route (Glenwood, Summit, Goodwin) to the finish on Whiskey Row for a well-earned beverage.
History & Background
2013 was the 10th Annual Whiskey Off-Road event.
View in 3D
Forecasting the weather...
4.0 (2)
A mixture of flowy and technical trails.
near Prescott Valley, AZ
4.0 (2)
A gentle uphill with a fast and flowy ending
near Prescott, AZ
4.0 (1)
A challenging climb to the top of Spruce Mtn with lots of fun downhill.
near Prescott, AZ

Your To-Do List: Not on it   Add it! | Your Full List »
Your Check-Ins:
Add a New Check-In | View All »
Your Opinion:
Difficulty: -none- Change to: greengreenBlueblueblueBlackblackdoubleblack
Share This Page
Improve This Page
Add Photo or Map Symbol
This is under construction.

PHOTOS of Whiskey Off-Road - 25 Proof Course
 4.0 from 1 vote
Multiple Pros crossing the creek (Prescott, AZ)
 4.0 from 1 vote
Ryan on the Fat Bike (Prescott, AZ)
 3.3 from 3 votes
Doug coming down Garden Grove (Prescott, AZ)
 3.3 from 3 votes
Almost to Aspen Creek TH (Prescott, AZ)
 3.3 from 3 votes
Jeff at The Grotto (Prescott, AZ)
 3.3 from 3 votes
Ryan and Doug on 326 (Prescott, AZ)
 3.3 from 3 votes
Jeff on the last part of singletrack (Prescott, AZ)
 3.0 from 3 votes
Rambling on Trail 392 (Prescott, AZ)
 3.0 from 1 vote
Trail #367 (Prescott, AZ)
 3.0 from 1 vote
Trail #367 (Prescott, AZ)
 3.0 from 1 vote
Local Pro TJ Woodruff crossing the creek (Prescott, AZ)
 3.0 from 1 vote
Trail #367 (Prescott, AZ)
 3.0 from 1 vote
A few obstacles (Prescott, AZ)
 2.3 from 3 votes
The top of Trail 9415. Go right on 48 for some downhill fun or straight... (Prescott, AZ)
 2.3 from 3 votes
Creek crossing on Trail 392 (Prescott, AZ)
 2.3 from 3 votes
Trail 322 and 326 Intersection on the north end (Prescott, AZ)
 2.3 from 3 votes
and they are off... (Prescott, AZ)
 2.3 from 3 votes
Trail 392 junction (Prescott, AZ)
 2.3 from 3 votes
Trail 392 through the pines (Prescott, AZ)
 2.3 from 3 votes
Another creek crossing for Trail 392 (Prescott, AZ)
 2.3 from 3 votes
2013 Whiskey Off-Road 25 Proof Starting Line on Whiskey Row (Prescott, AZ)
 2.3 from 3 votes
Trail 392 straightaway (Prescott, AZ)
 2.0 from 3 votes
Trail 391 intersection (Prescott, AZ)
 2.0 from 3 votes
Entrance to Trail 391 from Copper Basin Rd (Prescott, AZ)
 2.0 from 3 votes
Trail 391 creek crossing (Prescott, AZ)
 1.7 from 3 votes
Trail 315 entrance from Thumb Butte parking area (Prescott, AZ)
Embed trails and maps on YOUR site!
Directory | FREE Stickers | FAQ | Mobile Site | Advertise
© 2015 Adventure Projects, Inc | Terms | Privacy
Mountain Project
Beyond the Guidebook:
The Definitive Climbing Resource
Trail Run Project
Inspiration & Motivation
to Fuel Your Run
MTB Project
Next Generation Mountain
Bike Trail Maps
Powder Project
Backcountry, Sidecountry
and Secret Stashes
Hiking Project
Better Data. Better Tools.
Better Hikes!