The Arizona Trail is divided into 43 passages, and categorized into Southern, Central, and Northern sections. Explore all 43 passages, including length, maps, profiles, tracks, and waypoints.

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Trail Stewards

Our stewards are volunteers who help maintain the entire Arizona Trail. You may contact specific stewards, or find out how to become a steward yourself!

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Maps of the Trail

Maps of various kinds to help guide you along the trail.

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Report Trail Conditions

Help us keep the Arizona Trail in tip-top shape. Find something, say something!

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Trail Angels

Trail Angels are volunteers along the trail that help with shuttles, lodging, showers and laundry.

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Resources and Tips for Trail Users

Undertaking an adventure on the Arizona National Scenic Trail? Whether your planning a single day or a lifelong journey, we have gathered some resources to can you along the way.

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Water Sources

How to find water along the trail is extremely important. We provide a list of water sources and their current condition.

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Gateway Communities

The Arizona Trail travels close to many friendly, scenic communities. Find out more about the gateway communities, from old mining towns to large, metropolitan areas.

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History and Acknowledgements

Acknowledgement of the indigenous history of the lands the Arizona Trail crosses, as well as the history of the trail itself.

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Current Closures & Reroutes

This page lists current closures and reroutes along the Arizona Trail. For even more information please visit our Passage pages and Arizona’s public land management websites. Closures are also posted on the Arizona Trail Guthook app.

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Trail Finishers

So you’ve completed all 800 miles of the Arizona Trail? Now what?

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