Arizona Hiking at Its Best
The London Bridge, 2014
Surrounded by the best desert hiking trails in Arizona, Lake Havasu City is a top Arizona hiking destination that's downstream on the Colorado River only 230 miles from Grand Canyon National Park. There’s no better way to get the lay of the land than to traverse the red rock terrain of Lake Havasu hiking trails with your own two feet and take in every stunning view firsthand. Search our database of hiking trails
Sure, you can look at a lot of pretty pictures of Arizona hiking
trips and admire the scenery from your easy chair on the pages of some glossy magazine, but we know you better than that. You’re looking for an experience, an adventure, something that reminds you of just how alive you are and how much of the world there is to be discovered. We know the satisfaction that comes with discovering the desert for yourself.
The best hiking trails in Arizona
Thousands of adventurers visit (and re-visit) Lake Havasu for its natural beauty, and no one walks away disappointed. Here you can enjoy some of the best Arizona hiking trails
in the state. Make your way along rocky ridges and winding canyons that take your breath away and behold an endless blue sky that you’ll only find in the Southwest. What's especially nice about hiking here is that the trails are so close that you don't have to camp out to enjoy them. You can embark on a ten-mile adventure and be back at your hotel or campsite with time still remaining in the day for other pursuits or evening activities.
Arizona hiking safety
Since the majority of Arizona hiking is in the desert, it’s important to take a few safety precautions. Make sure you…
- Take plenty of water
- Wear a hat and use sunscreen
- Wear sturdy, thick-soled shoes
- Never head out alone and always let a responsible person know where you’re going and when you plan to be back.
Explore our hiking section to learn about some of the best hiking trails in Arizona
and begin your adventure into the scenic paradise surrounding Lake Havasu City.