The Arizona Trail
The Arizona National Scenic Trail is a continuous, 800+ mile diverse and scenic trail across Arizona from Mexico to Utah. It links deserts, mountains, canyons, communities and people.
Trail Closure In Walnut Canyon PassageThe Arizona National Scenic Trail is closed from Marshall Lake to Fisher Point due to the Fisher Fire. USFS personnel are working to extinguish the fire completely and then begin removing hazardous trees adjacent to the trail that were damaged by the fire. It is anticipated that the trail will be closed for a short duration. Please contact the Flagstaff Ranger District for further information (928-526-0866).
For details on how to detour around this area click here.
Spring NewsletterThe Spring 2014 edition of the ATA News is complete, and can be viewed in its full-color beauty here. This 12-page seasonal publication covers many exciting and informative aspects of the Arizona National Scenic Trail, so please check it out today. Among the articles and topics are:
The Arizona Trail Trek
Celebrating the trail and connecting Gateway Communities one step at a time
The Arizona Trail Trek is an 800-mile thru-hike across Arizona to promote the Arizona National
Scenic Trail, the Gateway Communities and the new official guidebook!
For all the details go to the Arizona Trail Trek home page.
Best of all, you don’t need to have internet connectivity to report something. This website works even when your smartphone is out of range of your service provider. Submitted items are just stored locally on your smartphone until you get back into civilization, at which point they are synched up with AZ Trail To Go.
Right now, AZ Trail To Go is in
its initial test phase, so please try it out and let us know what you think. There’s
nothing to install. Just visit the website with your smartphone before you hit the
trail and verify that you have a compatible browser. Instructions are on the site.
The Arizona Trail Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization