San Tan Loop Trail is a 7.4 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Queen Creek, Arizona that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
This is not a hard Trail at all
This is NOT a difficult trail. There is very little elevation change. It's heavily trafficked by mountain bikers. Goes in and out of a wash. You get a good view of the Malapais Hills.
This is not a hard trail.
This is a fun trail! Mostly advanced beginners to intermediate with a few harder spots. On the south side cardiac is a hill that's little tricky to go down but not horrible! It has a little drop in too some rocks which is sandy but doable worse case scenario walk the first part of cardiac and get back on ! Then on the north side of the trail there are a few down and ups which can be a little tricky because you need speed to go back up ! Line choice through them is critical! The two main ones can be tough but not dangerous! Overall wide trail with up down combos !
This is one of my favorite regulars. It is close to home so I use it often. Usually for mountain biking. Great for a night ride on a full moon night. Bring a headlight tho.
First half is less busy than other trails.
great trail for running and biking, steeper at some points where dismount and walk may be necessary. Decent view from the top.