Explore the best fishing 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
2 days ago

A great trail that's not overly crowded. Very scenic. My girlfriend and I stopped several times on the way to Horton Spring to snap some photos along the creek. There are several camping spots along the trail -- none were being used. The last half-mile is really the only stretch to worry about if someone in your group is slower on their feet. The springs are beautiful! We had lunch nearby. Hike out was a breeze.

hiking
3 days ago

on Water Ranch Trail

walking
3 days ago

Nice walk. Lots of critters. Nothing too exciting.

scenic driving
4 days ago

hiking
4 days ago

Hiked mid October and beautiful fall colors about 2 miles into the trail. Very lightly trafficked on a Friday. We saw 3 small groups of people the first mile and that was about it. Lots of people setting up campsites when finishing the hike near the trailhead. I would definitely recommend this hike and hope to do it again soon. Happy hiking :)

On the NPS hike guide, it is actually called "Hanging Garden" trail. This 1.2 mile trail is flat, with the exception of a mild climb towards the actual garden. The garden is neat to see, but nothing crazy. Our dog enjoyed the trail too.

Belle descente du canyon récompensée par une pause au bord du Colorado. Plus facile à la montée qu’à la descente pour trouver son chemin.

I'm from back East and am used to hiking in "the green tunnel." This is a fantastic change of scenery. Great trail with some fun technical pieces for beginner scramblers. Make sure to watch for the white dots. They are there but sometimes you have to search for them. A great mix of rock scrambling, dirt/sandy path, views, and flat wide trails. We got a little off trail at the northernmost end but thanks to GPS we located the Peavine trail easily. We elected to stay on this trail rather than access the lakeshore trail portion just because we were running out of daylight. I recommend allowing 3 hours so you have time to stop and enjoy the views.

hiking
5 days ago

Your own personal paradise. Not overly crowded the several times I've made it out there. Scenic and easy to take camera gear to capture photos of the creek and springs. Last time I went the trail was washed away in the beginning and had to get our feet wet to pass, which was a hassle but still as pretty as ever. Fall is the best time in my opinion to go, the leaves fall from trees which is a sight to watch while you walk. Also the color changes in the leaves are a perfect for photos.

I have a 5 year old and an almost 3 year old. We loved it! Had a little picnic nearby at one of the pavilions!

hiking
7 days ago

Took my not-so-new-but-still-kind-of little hikers, 6.5 & 3.5 yo. 10-5-17: The leaves are still mostly green, but there's a lot of color and fun to look at now. Will prob be better in a few days/a week.

The trail itself is an easy one, mostly flat with a couple slight inclines and declines here and there. Mostly shady, but there are some completely open spots. Lots to look at and you can actually walk alongside the creek if you want to too, which my kids loved.

Trail isn't marked very well and we zig-zagged a lot, but kids had fun. Didn't make it to the end bc we got a late start and didn't want to hike in the dark with kids. Will deff come back!

Wonderful, beautiful, peaceful trail running along the creek with plenty of neat and secluded places to stop and take in the scenery

Super easy and flat biking for most of the trail. Found a spot where there was a little water fall and sat and ate lunch. Quiet and serine didn’t see anyone else on a Sunday morning. Never saw the end but still had a fun time with the family.