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Brianne Boiarsky reviewed South Kaibab Trail to Cedar Ridge
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Hiking

Amazing trail- less trafficked than the bright angel trail and in my opinion, better views too. A sunrise hike is perfect, you can see from inside the glowing canyon walls lit from the sun. And if you start early you get a lot of shade from the canyon. The trail is steep enough for a small challenge on the way back up but not too steep that a beginner hiker couldn’t make it back. Make sure you pace yourself and bring plenty of water as there are no fill up spots on the trail. The entire hike is filled with unreal views all the way down to the plateau point, cedar ridge, which is also stunning with its red sands and amazing drop off points. Absolutely love this trail!

mary s reviewed Keyhole Sink Trail
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HikingGreat!

Easy trail with interpretive pamphlet corresponding to numbers on the ponderosas. Leads to a box canyon. I just like being out in nature so gave this a five. Several trees need to be removed for safety reasons. Nice thunder rumbling to add to the mystic of the trail. Enjoy and leave no trace with the resources!

Pilar Arias reviewed Horton Creek Trail
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Hiking

PHOTOGRAPHER'S PARADISE I stayed along the creek as much as possible on the way up and took the official trail down. Off the beaten path there is a man-made teepee made of logs. It was hot and the water was FREEZING but felt good on sore feet and muscles. A lot of people there for a Thursday morning/afternoon. I saw snakes, birds, butterflies, massive spider webs, squirrels, lizards. I would recommend turning around at the spring. I went beyond thinking what I'd seen wasn't the main attraction but the trail was overgrown and certainly wasn't as well traveled. This is now one of my favorite locations in AZ.

Lucas Melo reviewed Soldier Pass Trail
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Hiking

Could not find the cave. I highly recommend the first loop. Taking the small left turn close to the end of the trail is definitely not worth it.

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Judy Beckett reviewed Springs Trail
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HikingGreat!

Great. Short drive

Sarah S reviewed Humphrey's Peak
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Hiking

Don’t expect anyone to be masked... no one even had theirs handy! Other than that it’s great and worth it

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Hiking

The Go To trail in the Santa Rita mountains and now the go to high elevation hike in the Tucson area because of the closures in the Catalina Mountains due to Bighorn Fire.

Alexa Gripp reviewed Horton Creek Trail
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Nature tripsGreat!

The trail is great. I went on a Sunday and started at 11. (I don’t recommend Sunday’s if you live in the valley because of traffic) It wasn’t too crowded and the heat wasn’t bad, especially with the water. You can hike in either hiking shoes, boots, or water shoes. Water shoes are nice cause you just step in the water and it immediately Cools you off. I brought 2 liters of water, which was enough but I didn’t do the entire trail. Bring some type of cloth/small towel you can get wet and throw around your neck. Bring a hat and sunscreen also. Trail is Fairly easy and I brought my golden retriever and he did great.

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Hiking

Easy climb over five miles transitioning from ponderosa to alpine biomes. Last 2 miles gorgeous alpine, chipmunks, red tail hawks, starling jays, mule deer.

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Sophia Tran reviewed Elden Lookout Trail
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Hiking

Not good payoff.

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Laurie Stayton reviewed Veit Springs Trail
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Hiking

Ok hike. Poorly marked. Went wrong way at first. Didn’t see the cabin.

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Wolfgang Roeder reviewed Upper Schultz Pass Loop
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HikingOff trail

Great starting point for several trails. We got off the trail and didn’t have the patience to consult with AllTrails. We enrede up doing 4 miles out and back on the Sunset trail. Very nice path with great nature

Daniel Baker reviewed Thomas Point Trail
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Hiking

A true trail that moves from forest to rocky gravel trail. Several beautiful vistas along the way.

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Neil Brown reviewed Mount Baldy Loop
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Hiked this trail for the first time last weekend and had a blast! Did the trip in two days, one night. I started at the East Baldy trailhead and took the connector trail to West Baldy. I hiked just over 8 miles the first day and camped at the summit, a great spot just tucked off the trail with a fire pit. This camp site is about a quarter mile before you cross over to East Baldy. I finished off the loop the next morning by hiking out down East Baldy

Mel Johnson reviewed Keyhole Sink Trail
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Very cool trail. Interesting history

Kimberly Hart reviewed Spur Cross to Trail 252
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HikingFeeGreat!Rocky

Loved the different scenery. Dry river rock beds, small pools of water, cactus, cattails, hawks, lizards and so much more. After getting about 1/2 mile past the parking lot never saw another person on the trail.

Kiri Garner reviewed Inner Basin Trail
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HikingGreat!Rocky

Lots of bees but they didn’t sting. Saw some pretty birds and chipmunks. Weather was nice, trail wasn’t bush and was easy to follow

Michele Landavazo reviewed Campbell Mesa and Anasazi Loop
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Paulina Iracka reviewed Bob Bear Trail
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HikingGreat!

Bring lots of water! It gets HOT on the way up.

Sarah K. reviewed Old Caves Crater Trail
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Hiking

it was awesome. the caves are super cool. definitely suggest going to the summit first and then finish the trail if you want, we went counter clock wise and it was a little rough

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Judy Beckett reviewed Woodland Lake Outer Loop
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Hiking

Nicely marked. Impressive for in town trail

Nick Mireles reviewed Humphrey's Peak
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Hiking

My feet are tired, the sunsets were painted like arrendale from frozen

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Ileah Tyler reviewed Bob Bear Trail
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HikingGreat!No shadeRocky

The trail was beautiful. Make sure you pack plenty of water, at least a gallon. On the way out you will need it. Take your time because it is a pretty steep trail! Once you hit the fork at the end of the trail go the Dam way

Fred Reineke reviewed Elden Lookout Trail
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Hiking

steep climb but the view was worth it!

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