Explore the most popular 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.

2 days ago

Well, gravel-paved and maintained .5 mile loop. Brought my baby in his stroller with no issues. Confused about the mentioned "cave." There were some hollows in a wash but didn't look at them up close because they were off trail. It was a good nature walk with signs marking the natural plants and info about the area. There's also benches along the way including one with shade about half way.

If you’re looking for a trail that will kick your butt and have great views of the Superstitions. This is your kinda trail! The first part of the trail is a great incline to the top with some of the trail being very rocky. The other parts are taking big steps up into other rocks. Once at the top there’s a couple different ways to take but the overall trail is a big circle. I personally wouldn’t take my dog on this trail compared to others we have taken her on. I would love to do this trail during sunset or sunrise next.

Quite an enjoyable break from the usual desert scenery. Plenty of water, shade, and wildlife. Great for kids, more of a stroll than a hike.

Easy hike with little portions of elevation. Great for dogs and children.

Easy to get to and works for a variety of people.

7 days ago

Do all the trails here, especially along the big loop.

Very crowded. There is a souvenir store inside.

trail running
9 days ago

About 70% runnable; peaceful and not crowded. Great run, except for the herd of javalinas I came upon on the way back. Definitely my least favorite part!

Hiked with our dog. Warnings were up because a fox with potential rabies was spotted in the area. We went counter clockwise which meant tackling the steep section first and the rest became an easy walk. Nice view of Superstition Mountains from the top.

Super fun easy hike

Roughly an hour loop including times I made a wrong turn and/or stopped for pictures. Got way too excited seeing a jackrabbit along the trail.

It was ok, to many people but easy.

Amazing. The story is so fascinating and the place is really unique. A very easy, short walk.

13 days ago

Nice little urban walk starting at Arizona Falls. The middle section is pretty dull, but the Scottsdale waterfront is great for people watching.

Great trail

13 days ago

My first hike last year visiting... Easy and bathrooms along the way. Little pools with small waterfalls near the top if I can recall correctly. Very scenic and memorable.

17 days ago

Fun trail. Good view from the top.

nice place

It’s a beautiful easy hike. You can make it slightly more difficult by taking the high trail off the main trail. We were surprised to find out you had to pay entrance fee of $12.50 per adult to arboretum to access the main trail. Since it’s part of the arboretum it feels a little less like a nature hike than you find elsewhere.

trail not marked clearly with 5 near red rocks and part closed due to golf course expansion . How sad

moderate trail. Great views.

Easy trail to hike with toddlers or older folks.

27 days ago

Easy to moderate hike. don't let the name huff & puff scare you a little vigerous but short.

28 days ago

28 days ago

Free/Bathroom! Pretty Views, Huff & Puff Trail will get your heart going via incline. Nice hour rocky walk...would rate as Easy.

29 days ago

Moderately difficult hike with views of urban sprawl and the roar of freeway traffic.

30 days ago

Amazing biodiversity in the middle of the desert

Heavily congested not enough parking. Views were beautiful once we were able to circle around and find parking..interesting..just a quick pit stop before hitting butte canyon trail.

1 month ago

Amazing views! Great little spots to walk off near the trail and get some great views :)

1 month ago

It was an easy trail but really difficult to follow. When you begin you can follow the posts labeled “5” but as you get closer to the red rocks, the posts aren’t labeled anymore.

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