By Monica Spencer|Updated on July 12, 2023(Originally published July 10, 2023)
Monica is a Diné (Navajo) freelance writer and photographer based in the Southwest. Born in Gallup and raised in Phoenix, she is Tódich'ii'nii (Bitter Water People) and Tsi'naajinii (Black Streak Wood People). Monica is a staff writer for Only In Your State, photo editor for The Mesa Legend, and previously a staff writer for The Navajo Post. You can reach her at email@example.com.
Hiking is definitely a favorite Arizona activity but not everyone wants—or is able—to participate in the impressively long and arduous trails. If you’re looking for easy hikes in Arizona that are short enough for your whole family to enjoy, you will definitely want to check out these, some of the easiest hiking trails in Arizona that you can find throughout the Grand Canyon State.
Have you tried out any of these easy hikes in Arizona? They may be easier, but they are still some of the best hikes in Arizona. To make them even more worry-free, get AllTrails+ before you head out to the trail head! What are some other easy hiking trails in Arizona you would recommend?
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What are the most beautiful lakes in Arizona?
Most people don't think of lakes when they think of the Grand Canyon State, but there are many beautiful lakes in Arizona. Cataract Lake and Dogtown Lake, both in Coconino County, are stunning high country lakes. Lake Havasu and Lake Mead in Mohave County are picturesque lakes in a desert landscape. If you are close to Phoenix in Maricopa County, visiting Tempe Town Lake or Lake Pleasant is convenient without giving up the natural beauty. These lakes offer all the water sports you can dream of, and with so many sunny days, it's always the right time to visit one of the beauties.
Does Arizona have any natural wonders?
If you only think of the Grand Canyon when you think of natural wonders in Arizona, you are missing out on a whole state full of wonders! Visit Chiricahua National Monument near Wilcox to see the hoodoos. To see the largest travertine bridge in the world, visit Tonto Natural Bridge near Payson. Find examples of petrified wood when you visit Petrified Forest National Park in northeastern Arizona. Ever wonder what happens when a meteor hits the earth? Check out Barringer Crater in Winslow. Go on an underground adventure at Kartchner Caverns. Learn more about these wonders and even more great places, then get out there and enjoy all the natural wonders Arizona has to offer.