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A cyclist in a yellow shirt on a red bike rides through a rolling meadow near a trail sign with the Juan Bautista de Anza NHT logo sticker on it below a brown arrow marker and brown icon of two people hiking

Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail

  Established: August 15, 1990 Managing Nonprofits: The Anza Trail Foundation, The Anza Trail Coalition of Arizona Managing Agency: National Park Service   In 1775, Lt Colonel Juan Bautista de Anza led thirty families of Spanish, Indigenous, and African heritage through the Sonoran Desert, across…

Arizona National Scenic Trail

  Established: March 30, 2009 Managing Nonprofit: Arizona Trail Association Managing Agency: USDA Forest Service   The Arizona National Scenic Trail follows a roughly 800-mile course from the US/Mexico border to the Utah state line north of the Grand Canyon. The Trail crosses through several…

Old Spanish National Historic Trail

  Established: December 4, 2002 Managing Nonprofit: Old Spanish Trail Association Managing Agency: National Park Service     Mexican trader Antonio Armijo led the first commercial caravan between Abiquiú, New Mexico and Los Angeles, California in 1829. Versions of this route were then used by…

Arizona Trail News

Learn what’s happening on the Arizona National Scenic Trail in the Arizona Trail Association’s quarterly publication

Arizona Trail Interactive Map

An interactive map of the Arizona Trail, from the Mexico border to the Utah border.

Arizona Trail Association

  The Arizona Trail is one of America’s most diverse and dramatically scenic long distance non-motorized trails, stretching continuously over 800 miles from Mexico to Utah.