Explore the best rock climbing 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.

I miss this trail and Arizona !!!!!

Toms Thumb is a great workout as you have great elevation gain from the beginning. A nice amount of switchbacks to keep your legs burning. The view from Toms Thumb is nice. On this hike I decided to continue on to the Lookout trail which gives you great views of the valley especially Thompson Peak and the Four Peaks.

A beautiful hike and easy!! You will enjoy this hike!!

Great hike. Busy trail. Love the Chuckwallas and have seen Gila Monsters twice on this trail!

This hike is definitely a workout to get up. Cactus are close throughout the trail so be careful where you step. There were flys everywhere and the top had a hive of bees which made the viewing at the top brief. Not a bad hike overall.

Great hike. Steep to start. Excellent views. Kid friendly with rocks and crevices to explore

Busy, busy trail. Limited parking. Great hike with beautiful views

Busy, busy trail. Great hike. Parking can be difficult

Beautiful hike with jaw dropping scenery. Bring lots of water and layers if early in the season, its much hotter the lower you go. I lucked out, calling night before I left and got a bunk that someone had bailed on at the ranch at the bottom!

An awesome hike. Great workout going out as there is a lot of elevation gain but totally worth it. North side of Tom's Thumb is currently closed to protect some birds of prey. Saw a rattlesnake on the trail on the way back so be careful!

Great hike that I recommend experienced hikers looking for a challenge. I also recommend anyone to bring: 100oz hydration pack, hat, apple/cliff bar, headlamp with spare batteries, charged phone and let someone know where your going for the day (always a must). Plan to spend 3-5 hours round trip (depends on pace). Terrain is rough, I would invest in comfortable hiking shoes. Park Entry Fee is $8. Park Rangers are usually on duty, ask for a free map as well. Good luck and have fun.

An excellent hike up to Tom's Thumb on a cool, and windy morning. We then hiked up to Lookout Point and got nice 360° views. Came down the trail to the Feldspar loop to add a bit more to get the total up to just about 6 miles. Great trails, well-maintained and not tough at all - except for the elevation gain!

Lovely little hike and perfect for dogs!