Explore the most popular 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.




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13 hours ago

We went around 9am and had no problem finding parking. Ended up looping around the Mesa and had some incredible views. It’s a fairly easy hike, but offers some spectacular viewpoints.

Was a scenic hike with views of the mountains. The trees and plants were nice as we passed by large Boulders. Have to watch your step as there is variety of rocks in the trail. The coarse sand caused me to slip once because it isn’t secure footing. Would do it again

Beautiful and a little eerie while on the bridge

Nice pace hiking, you can run and power walk. I will come back...

Not hard, a bit difficult to follow in some spots. Beautiful down by the Pointe Resort.

20 hours ago

Best hike so far I’ve done in AZ. Worried about the uphill climb but it was easy breezy in this cool December weather. The rush of seeing the needle just as you get to the top of the trail is worth every bump on the dirt road to the trailhead. My small group also took a side trail to Lone Tree and the views were phenomenal. As a rookie hiker this was a great fun beautiful hike. I’ll be back!

21 hours ago

Beautiful trail perfect for a family hike. But be sure to bring lots of water!

22 hours ago

this is a great hike even with burned out areas due to recent fires! it will get your heart pumping and has awesome views from the top. it took us 2 hours going up and a little less coming down. very nice trail and well maintained. highly recommend.

22 hours ago

Did this back in April '17. Started around 5:30 AM and finished by noon with a break at the summit. Much shade to the top, had 1 or 2 issues going off course but second was my fault as I went off exploring (never a good idea). Not too brutal going up but going down was a different story. Extremely hard on the knees and the ground was dry but slippery. Had to make sure footing was perfect every step which was a nuisance. I slipped on the way down and cut myself fairly bad. I took a couple stumbles leading to almost sliding off some steep cliffs. Very hot and no shade on the way down. Overall, very scenic and challenging. Bring at least 3L water, I ran out the last 1 mile which was brutal! Start early! I saw several families beginning the hike as I finished close to noon. Also, watch where you park! I came back post-
hike and a cactus had fallen by my car, have a gold ball sized dent! Could've been much worse!

Great views but would recommend going early and during the week. Hard to find parking on the weekends

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