Hiline Trail

HARD 11 reviews
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Hiline Trail is a 8.4 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Big Park, 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.

8.4 miles
1213 feet
Out & Back

dogs on leash



mountain biking

nature trips




wild flowers

13 days ago

I agree it’s best to do the loop clockwise. Well marked trail with great vistas and variety of terrains. From Yavapai Vista parking to Slim Shade, Baldwin, Templeton to Hiline. I had difficulty finding Yavapai Vista parking at the end. Not sure how I missed it. Only passed a few groups of bikers and trail had very few hikers even on a Saturday. Nice to get away from the crowds.

1 month ago

Best to do a loop hike, beginning at the Yavapai Vista trailhead and hiking Slim Shady-Templeton-Baldwin-Hiline and back to the Yavapai Vista trailhead. Approx. 81/2 mile hike with some significant ascents on the Hiline. Excellent Spring and Fall hike.

Started at Yavapi Vista then went left on Slim Shady & took Hiline from here. Very narrow in some spots & you are on the side of a mountain. Amazing views, especially when it opens up to views of Cathedral Rock. At this point we turned back, but would love to go again & hike it further. Highly recommend it.

3 months ago

Mother Nature Baby at its Finest
Great Trail!

4 months ago

I walked this trail from north to south joining from the Baldwin loop which I accessed from verde valley school road, and finished off at the south end with the slim and shady trail finishing in Oak creek. It was a fabulous day, much warmer than average for January. The ascent at the north end was challenging but doable because it was dry, there are stretches of bare rocks to climb that would have been difficult if they had been wet or icy. The views east and west from the ridge saddle are magnificent, the trail on the east and south side follows the contour lines with a fairly narrow trail. Because I was walking it on a Saturday I did encounter some cyclists though as most were working their way up hill it wasn’t an issue. It worked out well that I could get dropped off at the trail head and then walk back to Oak creek it made for a comfortable walk, going out and back from Yavapai trail head would have been much more tiring. Overall a great trail.

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