Arizona Hiking Trails

Dated: 11/01/2013

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Tis' the season to enjoy Arizona's cooler weather and hit the trails! Arizona offers some of the most spectacular hikes in the country. From easy hikes to moderate, to difficult hikes, there is a mountain for everyone. Camelback Mountain is one of the most popular hikes in Arizona. The trail is 2.2 miles and takes approximately 1-3 hours to complete. Camelback Mountain is one of the more difficult hikes. If you are looking for a beginners hike, check out Pinnacle Peak. The trail is 3.7 miles and will take 1-3 hours to complete. If you are feeling adventurous, you could always hike The Grand Canyon Rim Trail. 12 miles of flat trails with stunning views!! 

Whichever Arizona Mountains you decide to hike, always make sure you are prepared. Below are the MUST HAVE items when hiking in Arizona: 
The Recommended Bare Minimum 
-Small daypack or fanny pack. 
-Water (2 to 4 liters) 
-Moleskin (If you wear boots, and only until your feet get blisterproof) 
-Lighter, or space blanket, garbage bag, or clothing that will keep you warm at night.

-First aid kit.

Now get out there and enjoy some of  Arizona's Hiking Trails!

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