Looking for a great trail in Coronado National Forest, Arizona? AllTrails has 61 great hiking trails, trail running trails, mountain biking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Ready for some activity? There are 29 moderate trails in Coronado National Forest ranging from 1.1 to 21.5 miles and from 2,358 to 10,702 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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wild flowers

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walking

kid friendly

camping

mountain biking

horseback riding

dog friendly

off road driving

backpacking

no dogs

The Coronado National Forest includes an area of about 1.78 million acres spread throughout mountain ranges in southeastern Arizona and southwestern New Mexico. It is located in parts of Cochise, Graham, Santa Cruz, Pima, and Pinal counties in Arizona, and Hidalgo County in New Mexico.

hiking
5 days ago

Great way to get out of the heat and on an easy hike.

hiking
over grown
rocky
6 days ago

Pretty nice trail with great views. It gets a little tight in a couple spots because it’s not a width used trail. It’s rocky in some spots but not bad.

this is a moderate hike on the way there but on the way back, this is a harder hike because it is mostly all the way up. very rocky, loose dirt but definitely a nice hike. I lost the trail a few times because its not marked super clear but this app has definitely saved me numerous times. doesn't have much shade but the few spots with shade definitely served as break points.

hiking
9 days ago

trail head is in a washed out ravine. half of trail is old logging road. fell trees and overgrown

hiking
bugs
rocky
17 days ago

A very beautiful trail! Lots of different views. Pretty challenging too, very variable elevation. Lots of cool lots of cool cliffs to climb. Flora and fauna were very prevalent too! Also, had a few flowing streams and they were awesome. Parking can be an issue so go early! Very awesome staff at the conservatory though. $8 for public, $5 for local residents. Bugs can get a bit annoying later on and WATCH OUT FOR RATTLE SNAKES! I went off trail a bit and almost stepped on one! Also, very rocky from mile .5-1.25.

hiking
bugs
rocky
washed out
17 days ago

Quiet exhausting for a moderate level trail. Inclination towards the top increases dramatically and is tiring, but a very beautiful trail. Does not feel like Arizona at all with the amount of foliage around. Strongly recommend carrying bug spray

It's fast and easy kid friendly

During the monsoon season starting at the top of the Noon Creek Picnic area provides trail access without having to cross Noon Creek. The trail takes some steep rises after the first mile, but comes out on top with spectacular vistas. The walk back is the payoff as you enjoy traveling through a number of climate zones.

Beautiful trail, steep drops between steps make it hard on the knees up and down, and we are in our mid 20s. Only made it about 2 miles in before it started pouring, so we headed back, but the views were still beautiful!

This loop had beautiful views and great scenery! It is actually closer to 4.6 miles and has about 63 switchbacks in total. The descent down and climb back up was steep and slippery with loose rock, gravel, and plenty of fallen leaves. Bush Corral was not very well maintained with waist high plants growing in/over the trail as well as 2 fallen trees that we had to crouch under to get past. We also encountered an Arizona Black Rattlesnake and several wasps so be cautious.

hiking
rocky
24 days ago

Tried to make a loop out of this out and back. Doable, but not the way I went. Lost trail at turn into round the mountain. Not sure that trail exists. Cut back to highway the hard way.

hiking
no shade
28 days ago

Investigating trail. Great condition.

hiking
1 month ago

hiking
1 month ago

Good shape! Good starter trail! Not too busy

hiking
1 month ago

easy trail and short. Good hike to start young ones off on

nature trips
1 month ago

the absolute top you can see Tucson green valley everything. About 4 or 5 different environment changes and well I think my favorite

hiking
blowdown
over grown
1 month ago

A lot of fallen trees from the fire that block the trail. The trail is overgrown in parts, We lost the trail a couple of times and had to back track. Still has great views of the Gila valley. It’s really sad no trail maintenance has been done.

hiking
1 month ago

Good trail that doesn’t get too crowded. No true water source after about April so bring what’s needed. 1-2 ok campsites up Guthrie Mountain trail.

off road driving
rocky
1 month ago

Cool little trail with nice views to start and little cliffs along the mining trail and even some deer. definitely not for stock trucks, got about 10 miles in and the trail drops into the canyon and river rocks were alil to big for a leveled ram on 33s. dragged my hitch and kissed the frame alil but pretty cool trail in middle of nowhere that's easy to get to

hiking
1 month ago

Did the trail today with a friend. Elevation kicked our butts, but nice shade, and was nice to go down and then back up for a change.

hiking
1 month ago

Nice, easy, quick, beautiful trail! I would suggest taking this route as a detour when doing the Mount Lemmon Trail. The trail is very well maintained and shady from the pine trees.

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