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! Lots of people but worth it!

Simply amazing.

14 hours ago

Amazing views! Great little spots to walk off near the trail and get some great views :)

It was awesome! it's easy going down with gorgeous views, but dont underestimate! Coming up is the hard part. pay close attention to what the park rangers say. the weather is really unpredictable. wear lots of layers, take alot of water, food and salty snacks.

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15 hours ago

Very scenic hike for a family outing.

We did this last year in my Isuzu Trooper, never had to put it in four wheel drive, but did the hill slow and in second or third gear. We want to go again and take the trail towards Reavis ranch, does anyone know how many miles to Reavis from Rogers trough trail? and is that part a buttkicker?

My favorite hike in Az. The America the beautiful annual pass is accepted here.

Great! Keep an eye out for the trail, it’s a little non existing.

Very fun hike. We started at the Baldwin trailhead, hiked to Cathedral Rock and finished the Baldwin trail on the way back. Going to the top of Cathedral is a must. I have a fear of heights but it wasn’t too bad once you get to the top.

16 hours ago

Challenging but not overwhelming. would reccomend highly.

Fantastic hike! Make sure you make the hike up to the arches. AllTrails gps was very helpful to find the arches trail. Very steep climb but well worth it. Spectacular views all the way around this loop. We started on Brins Mesa and ended on Cibola Pass.

Started at San Pedro Trail to get a longer hike in. Good hike, something different since you’re not near mountain ranges.

Great hike for me and my two small dogs. The views are incredible you forget you’re so close to the highway.

Beautiful spot!

Definitely a hard hike, but very rewarding. Just make sure you wear the right hiking shoes. Lots of climbing and loose gravel and rocks. Respect the mountain, it will quickly show you who’s the boss!

Starting before sunrise on Feb 18, it took me 2 hours to get to within 200 m of the top. It's very exposed, but starting so early meant I was. in shade. until I got back near the bottom. The views near and far are extraordinary and because the footing is unstable (rocks, pebbles, sand, slick rock) and I was hiking solo, I stopped often to ogle. Don't rush this trail. Boat sounds carry, so getting out early, you have the quiet of water, birds, and wind before the internal combustion engines harsh the mellow of the river bend.

17 hours ago

amazing views.

Great hike. Some loose rocks on way down. Great view from top and cute squirrels. $6 to enter Usery Park.

Nice views overlooking Phoenix. Moderate difficulty with some slick spots. Overall a good way to spend a morning or evening.

Amazing hike! It’s a toss up as to which is my favorite hike thus far.... this or Flatiron. The navigating, boulder scrambling, and small climbs make this hike challenging and invigorating! At first glance it looks intimidating, but very doable, with plenty of hand and footholds. Best advice I received on this hike....”when u get close to the summit and it starts to even out... head towards your left and look for cairns.”

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