Black Rock Loop Trail.

Hiking Black Rock Loop Trail In The White Tanks

I’ve hiked a lot in the White Tank Mountains and I have to say Black Rock Loop Trail is one of my favorite short and easy trails within the park. If you’re looking for something easy yet scenic then you’ve found the one! Black Rock Loop is the trail I’d suggest to anyone limited on […]

White Tanks Waterfall Trail In Buckeye.

Hike The White Tanks Waterfall Trail- An Easy Hike

Nothing excites one more while hiking in the desert than access to water. Bonus points if a waterfall is included. That is why the Waterfall Trail in the White Tank Mountain Regional Park is a local favorite after a heavy rainstorm. The Waterfall Trail is short and easy enough for a quick outing which makes […]

Railroad Tunnel via Arizona Trail in Payson.

Visit Payson’s Railroad Tunnel Via Arizona Trail

Here is your chance to hike and witness a bit of forgotten Arizona history! Tucked away in the Mogollon Rim is Payson’s Railroad Tunnel- an incomplete project from the 1880’s spearheaded by a business man by the name of James W. Eddy. His vision was to connect Arizona’s north and south railroad networks to transport […]

See Spring Trail With Fall Colors.

See Spring Trail- A Fall Staple In Payson, Arizona

If you’re looking to cool off from the heat or catch some late fall colors then See Spring just may be the trail for you! It is a very picturesque hike in the Mogollon Rim country and the best part is it is short and sweet. This easy trail in Payson is perfect for families […]

Rim To Rim, Grand Canyon.

EXACTLY How To Plan & Hike Rim To Rim, Grand Canyon

Hiking from Rim to Rim in the Grand Canyon National Park is a monumental endeavor thousands of people set out to accomplish each year. While it is an amazing experience it’s also the most difficult hikes you can add to your bucket-list. But, from experience, I can say every step is worth it. I’m talking […]

Thompson Trail 629 Near Pinetop.

Thompson Trail 629- A Beautiful Arizona Hidden Gem

One of the most serene hiking trails in all of Arizona is the Thompson Trail 629 in Apache Sitegreaves National Forest near Greer, Arizona. It sits at a higher elevation- around 8,600 feet- so it is lush with grassy meadows, tall Douglas Fir, fresh rivers, and vibrant wildflowers. It is the perfect trail choice if […]

Red Mountain Trail, Flagstaff.

Hike Red Mountain Trail To Volcanic Hoodoos In Flagstaff

Many of the hills in and around Flagstaff- even reaching as far as the Grand Canyon- are considered part of the San Francisco Volcanic Field, a 1,800 square mile area that holds more than 600 volcanoes. Red Mountain Trail leads you to a cinder cone volcano which reaches 1,000 feet above the surrounding landscape and […]

Doe Mountain Trail, Sedona.

Hike Doe Mountain Trail For Best Sunrise In Sedona

Sedona is filled with a handful of beautiful trails and it can be overwhelming to choose one especially if you’re just passing through. Luckily the red rock country holds many small but mighty trails within, allowing you to complete several in one day. From a local’s perspective Doe Mountain Trail is an underrated yet outstanding […]

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