Explore the most popular 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.

hiking
1 day ago

Excellent views. Doable in a few hours.

hiking
1 day ago

Great hike. Great views.

trail running
1 day ago

It was great for trail running! You hit most of the incline initially and then the rest is a fairly flat cliff edge trail. Super beautiful!

This trail begins in a beautiful canyon wash. The sand in this wash is thick, so it makes for a great workout. We veered to the left at the fork, stopped a mile in, and followed our path back to the parking area/trailhead. Next time, we will veer to the right at the fork: a hiker (who lives nearby) told us that petroglyphs are on the rock faces behind the retreat (on the other side of PR Road). I’m looking forward to exploring that part of the trail! We will also explore Ringtail Trail, which winds around to the trailhead/parking lot.

A challenging trail with beautiful views.

A terrific trail, challenging, but not tricky. Wear hiking shoes (not running shoes) and bring lots of water.

There is some confusion about the restricted area. You can't go up to the Hohokum fort because of the danger, but you certainly can keep going on the descent part of the trail so you do the full loop as the map here shows.

Not a bad view, very rocky EXTREMELY busy. Not the best choice if you're looking for some quiet time but still a fun hike. Watch out for frat boys chugging beer at the top. Parking situation sucks so come early. Can make it to the top in about an hour, hour and a half at a steady clip.

hiking
1 day ago