Explore the best no dogs 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.

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Best training hike in Phx. Lots of traffic. Parking can be tough during the season. Great 360 views of phx metro area.

Good training hike. 1000 feet of elevation change in 1.2 miles. Great if you are single and looking for fit beautiful dates!!! Crazy crowded. Don't be a stupid tourist and do this in summer

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Never saw another hiker in 2 days. I was in great shape and this trail gave me all I could handle. If you want solitude and rugged canyon beauty, this is the trail. Bring water to stash along the way. Don't screw with this trail in the heat unless you are an absolute stud. It will be happy to kill you.

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I like solitude on my hikes. This trail is so awesome. It's long, hard, dry and very steep in some places. The perfect south rim hike.

Have lunch at Hermit Rapid. You'll never forget it

Just awesome. Take a side trip to ribbon falls. Eat lunch there. Be in shape and don't take anyone with you that isn't in great shape! I've learned this the hard way!!! Enjoy this bucket list hike

Do your self a favor. Do Kaibab trail both ways. Bright Angel is gross. Really long. Really crowded and lots more mule traffic which means lots more black puddles of mule piss.

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