The Arizona Trail is an 800 mile hiking, biking and horseback riding trail in Arizona that extends from Mexico to Utah. I wasn’t ready to embark upon a single journey of that length, so I concentrated my efforts on the southern section, which the ATA calls Passages 3-5 (near Patagonia) and 12 and 14 (near Oracle).
Visually, the Arizona trail has more variety that one might expect. I must confess that many of its features were difficult (for me) to capture well, so I am disappointed with the pictures I obtained, although not necessarily with the experience of being there. So here is a sample of things I found interesting.
For various reasons, my routes are broken and somewhat fragmentary, but you can see what I have for passages 3, 4 (parts 1 and 2), 5, 12 and 14 (north and south).