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.

This trail is great for first time hikers. All the traffic on the trail helps to navigate the direction to go.

hiking
2 days ago

birding
2 days ago

Really nice trail very easy!

pretty, with several amazing views and view changes. very easy and some to follow.

on Woods Canyon Trail

3 days ago

Lovely wild life, kid friendly and beautifully maintained!

Short, easy, worth a quick stop. Lots of cool information about the plant and animal life as well as about the dwellings.

Easy hike on paved path, between Bright Angel Trailhead and East of visitor center. As a hike, there is little challenge, but the views alone make this a 4-star hike. Amazing! Not only is the hike extremely accesible, but there are May stops along the way, many with access to the trolley that moves people around the park, and some with limited food and drink options. Glad that this 12+ mile end-to-end trail can be taken in almost any sub-length, as it allows people to enjoy the views from the South Rim regardless their ability, their energy level, or the time that they have. Not to be missed.

For those wanting a little less crowds and more unlaced trail, but still wanting access to the trolleys, try the West Rim Trail that lies West of Bright Angel Trailhead. We only went to the Mohave stop and hiked back to Powell, but it was spectacular viewing of the Grand Canyon with far fewer hikers. You will want to hold hands of little ones as there are no guard rails and some narrow sections quite close to the edge of the cliff. Still, with focus and a firm handhold, it can be enjoyable for children and parents alike.

hiking
8 days ago

on Water Ranch Trail

8 days ago

Many intersecting trails that are not clearly marked, making it confusing to determine which path you are on. Tonnes of wildlife and shade.