Explore the best wheelchair friendly trails in Arizona with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

hiking
3 days ago

Really enjoy the serenity here. Wind up on the mountain is welcomed in the heat of the summer.

Positives- dog friendly, wide trails, not too intense, free
Negatives- no restrooms, trails aren't really marked

hiking
4 days ago

I recommend this park as a quick getaway within the city of Tempe. It offers a short paved walk around the lake which is perfect for walks, jogs, low speed bicycle rides and is family friendly. It is fishing friendly.

5 days ago

hiking
8 days ago

Very interesting history and culture. Excellent learning opportunity. Easy walk. Very pretty and informative.

Very interesting and unique site. Be sure to do the 2 spur walks to complete the experience.

hiking
10 days ago

If you are new to the area or new to hiking, this is a great option. It's paved so there's no need for special gear. Make sure you have enough water and protection from the sun (depending on the time of day) - there are markers every mile. I do this several times per week and almost every time is a different experience because of the abundance of wildlife and views the canyon offers.

A hike it is not. However, it is a very pleasant walk along the wooded grounds between a creek and the beautiful large cliff which contains the ancient dwellings.

hiking
11 days ago

Short, sweet, and great views

hiking
11 days ago