January 6, 2012 twitter facebook

Desert Bighorn Sheep and wild burros are often spotted while hiking near Lake Havasu City

Lake Havasu CVB Adds Online Trail Guide

The latest and greatest news in the Lake Havasu City hiking community is the addition of a detailed hiking trail database to GoLakeHavasu.com. The new feature covers everything from easy walks to steep and rocky climbs and includes information such as trail length, trailhead location, photos, scenery ratings and even downloadable trail maps so you can get your bearings. We’d tell you more, but you’re probably already itching to check out these great Arizona hiking trails on your own.

Now is the best time to get familiar with the trail systems around Lake Havasu City. The desert certainly gets hot during the summer months, and many don’t realize just how pleasant it is throughout the winter. The temperate winter weather in Lake Havasu City is ideal for desert activities such as hiking and off-roading.

Our vast trail network contains some of the best Arizona ATV trails and hiking routes, so you can spend days on end exploring the gorgeous red-rock landscape in your rock crawler, dune buggy or on your own two feet. What are you waiting for? Pack your gear and head for Lake Havasu City!

For updates on what’s happening in Lake Havasu City, visit the website at www.GoLakeHavasu.com.

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