Tom's Thumb to Bell Pass is a 11.3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Scottsdale, Arizona that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and mountain biking and is accessible from October until May.
My number one favorite trail in all time. Very easy for me, maybe because i went this place so many times.
I really like this trail. The hike is moderate. What makes it hard is the length of the hike if you're not in great shape. If you're in great shape it's a good workout.
Ok so I tried this on my gravel bike(no shocks, skinny tires, road bike frame) so not on an actual mountain bike. Needless to say it did not go well. I can see where this would be a great mountain bike trail or hiking! Definitely want to try it on foot
Great hike! Did the full loop and loved it. Make sure to bring plenty of water. It's steep in a few places.
i love it
Love this hike it's long and you keep wondering when then end is but great scenery and if you get lucky you'll see white tail deer.
Great trail, very well marked, not an overwhelming amount of people, especially if you are doing one of the longer loops. My son and I did the 10.4 mile loop from Gateway to Windgate to Bell Pass back to Gateway. There are lots of rocks on the trail so wear good fitting trail shoes. Bring at least one quart of water per hiker for every 5 miles hiked to stay hydrated and take a quick water break every 1 to 1.5 miles. Enjoy this great trail!
hard and awesome. so worth it because it is such a challenge.
Great way to get the lead out its a fair hike