With “Trails” being half of the name “ScottsdaleTrails,” I sometimes feel that I’m neglecting the topic of hiking. Here’s a great reminder that allowed me to redeem myself this morning: A reference to the Arizona Trail, which I wrote about in a ScottsdaleTrails article last year.
Courtesy of Pinal County Communications & Public Affairs (@santanvalleyaz) and Tailwinds Magazine (cycling, running, and outdoor activities) published by the Tucson Perimeter Bicycling Association (@PerimeterBike) [via @ArizonaNewsNet]:
The Arizona Trail is an 807-mile scenic trail that crosses Arizona from the Coronado National Forest at the Arizona-Mexico border to the Arizona-Utah border. “Passage 16” of the Arizona Trail is the portion of the Arizona Trail that passes through Pinal County.
A map showing Passage 16 can be viewed at http://www.aztrail.org/passages/passages.php
There is a full trail overview at http://www.aztrail.org/at_map.html.