Arrowhead Point Trail is a 2.4 mile loop trail located near Glendale, Arizona that offers scenic views and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is best used from October until April. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Decent mix of steeper, rocky terrains and more shallow, even sections. Not too long- a good, quick hike!
Decent hike with great valley views from the top. Lots of people on the weekends from late morning through early afternoon. Not at all a blight if you're social, as everyone seems friendly. If you aren't too social headphones let ppl know youre focused, and a smile takes the place of a hello/conversation, but there aren't many moments alone on the trail.
Quick, easy to moderate hike that is great for beginners. Best bang for your buck is to go in the evening when you can catch the sunset. Breathtaking!
Very fun, challenging, and rewarding loop. Nice plateau at the top with decent 360° views. You can start with the more difficult part first, head south from the parking lot, and ascend from south west side, coming down on the north side facing the parking lot, OR go south from the parking lot, taking a left at the fork, and head up the more gradual way, but have a more steep descend. Either way, it'll be a great time. Take snacks and plenty of water. You'll definitely burn up some energy getting to the top.