Long Logs and Agate House Loop Trail is a 2.2 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Holbrook, Arizona that offers scenic views and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Long Logs is one of the largest concentrations of petrified wood in the park. Explore this ancient log jam at the base of gray badlands. The first half-mile of this trail is paved and suitable for mobility equipment and strollers. Strollers may be negotiated on the loop, but it is not recommended for most wheelchairs and other mobility equipment due to its narrow width and very rough surface. Stairs up to the shade shelter can be avoided by using the Agate House trail to access the hilltop.
Beautiful history and scenery, boring & easy trail.
In respect to the actual trail, this is a good hike for people who don't hike.
In respect to the quality of the landscape, very high with amazing logs and stunning badlands. Absolutely worth pursuing.
Nice day to hike on this paved trail. Definitely worth coming in.
All paved. Easy walk.
Great. Some of the largest logs in the park. Great short hike for beginners in hiking.
Nice stroll through a unique experience. Great for kids, highly recommend it.
Nice walk through some of the nicest petrified logs in the park. Trail is heavily trafficked. But it is a good one if you are rushing through the area.
Did this trail in 1969. This area has the largest concentration of petrified logs in the entire park. Just to the east of the Rainbow Forest Museum.
Beautiful trail! I LOVE the Petrified Forest!