Explore the most popular walking trails near Tortilla Flat with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Youre gonna have a baby brother or sister after your mom and i hiked this trail

She loved it

I became your step dad on this trail

Ill just straight up say it....i fucked your mom on this trail

I hiked this trail with your mom

Yeeee hawww!

You mom likes this trail


The only thing that would make this trail better is nothing!

If you gave this trail a 1 star then you are a commie

5.0 here we come!


Seriously if you dont like this trail then fuck you

Aint nothin like it!

It really is a cool trail though



Im gonna give the trail a 5 star review single handed

Lol this rating system is hilarious!

This trail is amazing!

Great trail!

Pretty damn awesome!

I’ve never enjoyed doing something as dangerous as the level three scrambling you must get through to make way to the summit of Brown’s. The trail to the saddle was moderate and just slightly over 2 miles. The scramble after the saddle makes this a difficult trail however. I will say, if you do not feel comfortable, turn around Remember, it’s not just up you have to go but back down as well!

Great hike! I had an easy time following the trail and loved the climb at the end. Beautiful views

Four Peaks, Mt. Ord and Three Bar Wildlife closed due to drought. Go to website for more info:


One of my favorites!
2 things you need to know.
1- it's rough driving to get there, but the road from Roosevelt lake is much smoother and shorter than the one closer to Phoenix. you need clearance, 4 wd isn't necessary but helpful
2- the last run is very steep and dangerous, careless hikers above you may drop rocks and people die from falls. but it's very very doable. just be aware.

additionally, I know I would get grief for this, but I hike off trail to get down. on your decent, before you get to the steep drop, I turn down toward the parking lot. it's loose dirt in some areas and I would guess if there's leaves on the trees you might lose your bearings. but it was an excellent decision for us as we were running out of sunlight, we beat others down while had left the summit 30 minutes before us.

Hiked it during the day and then again 6 hours later to catch the eclipse a few months ago. If you get towards the top late in the day to see the sun start to set the view is best around Phoenix IMO

Easy hike for first 2 miles, then scramble comes up on you. Be ready to climb. Requires athleticism and no fear of heights. Spectacular view at the top. Highly reccomend for those capable.

4 months ago

A beautiful trail of boulder hopping. The sounds of the birds, the coolness of the trees and the many colored rocks. We hiked in 2 hours and back, I would of loved to go further.

5 months ago

This hike was so well worth it!!! Loved the scenery and the hills!! Also enjoyed that it wasn't over crowded

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