If you’re looking for an outdoor adventure, Arizona is the place to be. With miles of hiking trails, national parks and campsites waiting to be explored, you’re sure to find something that appeals to you. Here are just a few of the many options available in the Grand Canyon State.
Devils Bridge is the largest sandstone arch in the area and one of the most photographed spots in Arizona. Learn more about this Sedona must-do in our handy guide.
Thanks to its convenient location just 20 minutes outside of downtown Phoenix, Camelback Mountain is the perfect day hike. Learn everything you need to know about summiting Camelback in our informative guide.
From how to get there to tips for securing a hiking permit, here’s everything you need to know to visit the Grand Canyon’s majestic Havasu Falls.
From desert cacti to blooming wildflower meadows, few places have such amazing biodiversity as Tucson, Arizona. See for yourself on any of these top Tucson trails. We’ve included all the popular favorites and some lesser-known hidden gems.
Looking for some fun and easy treks in Red Rock Country that the whole family will enjoy? Then check out our guide to the top 11 easy Sedona hikes. We’ve included plenty of scenic strolls and half-day adventures for hikers of all experience levels.
Ready to explore a geological wonderland? From family-friendly trails to epic, all-day treks, these 15 Sedona hiking trails are so impressive they’ll knock your hiking boots off your feet!
You don’t have to go very far from Phoenix to find some awesome hiking! In this guide, we share all of our favorite Phoenix hikes, including options for beginners, families, and your four-legged companions.
Arizona is much more than the Grand Canyon & we share 10 of the best camping spots in this rugged and beautiful state.
The Holbert Trail is a relatively quick out & back trail that will give you amazing views over downtown Phoenix from Dobbins Lookout.
While there are many ways to view the Grand Canyon, none match the wildness, thrill, and relative peacefulness of the 14-mile North Kaibab Trail. We’ll take you through the planning for your trip to the North Kaibab Hiking trail.
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