Find maps of various kinds to help guide you along the Arizona Trail, from paper topo maps to the Guthook mobile app.
Quite possibly the most comprehensive navigational resource when you’re on the trail, the FarOut (formerly Atlas Guides Guthook) App works without cell phone connectivity and provides up-to-date information on water sources, gateway community amenities, closures and detours, comments from recent trail users…and shows you right where you are on the map at all times. Download it for $15 in your App Store and hit the trail!
The Arizona Trail Interactive map was created by Aaron Seifert, GIS Director for the ATA. You can view various layers to get the most out of planning for your next adventure — from active wildfires, important birding areas, planned re-routes, and much more!
Map of the Trail, a Story Map
Take a sky-high view of the entire 800-mile Arizona Trail as it runs from the Mexico to Utah borders. But you can also dive into all aspects of the trail with a tabbed interactive map to learn about the trail, its passages, mountain bike routes, Gateway Communities, water sources, photos from all over the trail, Arizona Trail Association Topo Maps, and the Arizona Trail App and much more linking back to this website.
A listing of loop hikes/rides that can be done on the Arizona Trail. They are listed from south to north and vary in distance. Some of the loops are suitable for hikers, equestrians, and mountain bikers.
These routes and maps are only available to ATA members in their Members-Only Resources upon login. Not a member? Join or renew today.
A complete topographic map set for those who prefer detailed paper maps. 129 total maps available as a printed set for $45 or as a digital download so you can print your own as you need them. We now offer this product to purchase and use within the Avenza Map app on your mobile device where you can see your location on each map and use many other features. ATA members have access to digital versions of the maps for free. Join or renew today.
The Arizona Trail Association’s GIS Director Aaron Seifert, with Garmin International, has created a preprogrammed data card for your handheld Garmin GPS device that features the entire Arizona National Scenic Trail.