Onyx Bridge Trail is a 1.8 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Chambers, Arizona that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round.
This is our oldest sons favorite hike. The marker here is not even close and the map that we got from the NPS had an incorrect waypoint as well. The bad directions and the setting of the sun made for an incredible family adventure. We'll try to return and get a proper recording on this one.
Fun to locate using navigational skills as the trail runs out, stopped here for a bit on our way to the wilderness area for an overnight camp.
Interesting, not great, but take your time and enjoy the moment
Not the trail that takes you to Onyx Bridge. The rim trail is okay though, not the best views of the park though.
The trail is a straight forward walk back to a petrified log that the soil has eroded out from under it. Not spectacular. The fun is using your navigation skills to find it by following a topographical map to pin point it. Overall a nice walk through the corner of the desert. Also it contains the remnant of a pioneer rock bridge over a gully.