Explore the best 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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hiking
9 hours ago

A few sections are tricky. The trail can sometimes be hard to find, and it’s very rocky. Still, the view is absolutely worth it, though you may just want to take the Vista Point trail to quickly reach it.

Nice short run or a great little hike with the kids.

trail running
10 hours ago

Love running this course.

A lot of significant climbing up and steep downhill areas. Beautiful hike but more challenging than expected. Took my two dogs and they were exhausted at the end.

walking
11 hours ago

Wonderful. Knowledgeable guide

11 hours ago

easy going trail through forest with a little summit driving. Prescott to CK then off to bumblebee makes for a nice day trip out of the valley to get away from the heat.

Hard- yes but worth every sore muscle. Absolutely amazing!!

A good trail. Pretty rocky and steep, but lots of shade.

Perfect tour

scenic driving
11 hours ago

took bloody basin from the 17 to Sheep bridge intersecting 7 springs. took 7 springs back into town. nice drive, 2wd friendly

easy going trail with great views.

what's makes for a nice half day run is:
up 4 peaks from beeline, down the east side to Roosevelt, then south to apache trail and back into AJ/town. great views, some hiking and lakes along the ways.

Definitely Hard

hiking
11 hours ago

hiking
13 hours ago

Solid hike with some good views of the city. The canyon gives some decent shade to beat the heat as well. Time it right and it's a great way to end the day and catch the sunset on the way back to the trailhead.