Arizona is the 48th state. It is in the southwestern region of the United States. More info

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Trails in Arizona State Parks

Arizona’s hiking trails traverse amazing beautiful landscapes of extremely diverse varieties and your Arizona state parks showcase some of the most fun and best hikes in the state! Arizona’s trails show them the best this state has to offer as they provide memories to last a lifetime.

Route 66 Trail

Route 66 Trail follows the south side of historic Route 66 from downtown Flagstaff to the east side of town. In the mid 1990s the City removed a string of billboards from the strip of land between Route 66 and the BNSF railroad tracks, and replaced it with landscaping and an urban trail. The trail, which was one of Flagstaff’s first urban trails, has also become one of its most heavily used for commuting and recreation.

Arizona Trail

The Arizona National Scenic Trail is a complete non-motorized path, stretching 800 diverse miles across Arizona from Mexico to Utah. It links deserts, mountains, canyons, forests, communities and people. The Arizona Trail Association’s mission is to protect, maintain, enhance, promote and sustain the Arizona Trail as a unique encounter with the land.

Arizona AVA Year Round Events

AVA Arizona Clubs:

Sierra Vista



Walking Tours

Tombstone Walking Tours

Take a fascinating stroll through Tombstone Arizona’s history.
This highly acclaimed tour has been said to be as entertaining as it is informative.

Grand Canyon Tours

One of the World’s Seven Natural Wonders Like You’ve Never Experienced It Before

Virtual Hikes

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Following Route 66 through Arizona

I hope you enjoyed this and found some awesome trails to walk at home or in person! There were so many more I could have added, Arizona has the trails! 

Your Walking Friend,

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