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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Beautiful area, I hiked up to the divide and back.

hiking
18 hours ago

Went in June. Took two dogs and a 4 year old on this trail, as well as some family of varying ages including someone carrying an infant. Everyone loved it ... parts of the trail are through the aspens, there is an historic cabin ruin, and a lovely spring that is piped a few yards down hill from the source to make a little pond.

I picked #5 up after leaving Romero Saddle. Amazing views!

Amazing! Took a little over 4 hours with lots of time to observe deer and birds!

19 hours ago

hiking
20 hours ago

I love this hike. 4 miles total from start, all the way to the end and back.

I would put this trail under easy.. beautiful views though!

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23 hours ago

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hiking
23 hours ago

You will need some agility and upper body strength if descending into the canyon on the east side of the highway. There are several ladders to use when changing levels once in the canyon base. Best to not be alone. Backcountry permit required. The trail is maintained by the Navaho Parks and Recreation agency and we bought permit from Adventure Tours, Horseshoe Bend located behind Burger King. Cost is $12/person and placed on your dash. You need exact amount in cash. Some tight spots and narrow so best time would be mid day.

hiking
1 day ago

Mountain at the end was superb