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Mark Friedrich, Apache Junction AZ: Lost Dutchman State Park
Mark Friedrich, Apache Junction AZ: Lost Dutchman State Park
Cliff Pearlburg, Phoenix AZ: Red Mountain, Flagstaff
Cliff Pearlburg, Phoenix AZ: Red Mountain, Flagstaff
Ellen Northrop, Desert Hills AZ: Watson Lake, Prescott
Ellen Northrop, Desert Hills AZ: Watson Lake, Prescott
Berlin Adkins, Florence AZ: Picacho Peak
Berlin Adkins, Florence AZ: Picacho Peak
Michael Santeusanio, Phoenix AZ: Bright Angel Trail, Grand Canyon National Park
Michael Santeusanio, Phoenix AZ: Bright Angel Trail, Grand Canyon National Park
Lorena Lewis, El Mirage AZ: Thunderbird Conservation Park, Glendale
Lorena Lewis, El Mirage AZ: Thunderbird Conservation Park, Glendale
Hike of the Week: Thompson Trail in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest

Hike of the Week: Thompson Trail in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest

August 7, 2022
A babbling mountain stream in a pristine alpine meadow makes a welcoming gateway to the Thompson trail.
Hike the Railroad Grade Trail in Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest

Hike the Railroad Grade Trail in Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest

July 31, 2022
Over its 21-mile course, Railroad Grade Trail passes by five lakes, crosses three streams, and makes a creaky traverse of an old-fashioned trestle bridge.
Hike the Campbell Mesa Trails in Flagstaff

Hike the Campbell Mesa Trails in Flagstaff

July 25, 2022
Campbell Mesa Trail System is a series of five interconnected loop hikes.
Prescott Hiking Club Welcomes All Who Are Interested in Hiking to Stay Healthy

Prescott Hiking Club Welcomes All Who Are Interested in Hiking to Stay Healthy

July 22, 2022
“We save Medicare a lot of money,” says one long-time member of Prescott Hiking Club. While the mile-high city club has its share of senior citizens, the 200-plus-member group of outdoor enthusiasts welcomes all who are interested in hiking to stay healthy. The club was established in 1989 as an informal social group and formally organized in 1997. Members pay a $5 annual fee which goes toward web page services, member incentives and promotional items....
Hike the Rogers Lake County Natural Area in Flagstaff

Hike the Rogers Lake County Natural Area in Flagstaff

July 19, 2022
Located 10 miles south of Flagstaff, Rogers Lake County Natural Area is a 2,250-acre high-elevation wetland within the Colorado Plateau Region.
Hike at Potato Lake in the Coconino National Forest

Hike at Potato Lake in the Coconino National Forest

July 11, 2022
Beneath the lake's glassy surface, crayfish stir up mud and are easy to spot congregating under semi-submerged logs.
Hike Along Hassayampa River Preserve in Wickenburg

Hike Along Hassayampa River Preserve in Wickenburg

July 1, 2022
Avoid holiday traffic and crowds with an early morning hike in the Hassayampa River Preserve in Wickenburg.
Red Butte Hiking Trail in the Kaibab National Forest

Red Butte Hiking Trail in the Kaibab National Forest

June 27, 2022
The russet stone pinnacle known as Red Butte commands the landscape.
Hike the Munds Park Trail System

Hike the Munds Park Trail System

June 20, 2022
The Munds Park Trail System offers a varied menu of both ATV and hiker options enhanced with a plethora of eye candy and points of interest.
Hike the Little Elden Trail to Schultz Tank in Flagstaff

Hike the Little Elden Trail to Schultz Tank in Flagstaff

June 12, 2022
Summer wildflowers put on a spectacular show in Flagstaff's Dry Lake Hills area, and a hike along the Little Elden Trail to Schultz Tank is rich in dozens of colorful blooming varieties.
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