Hiking in Kingman, Arizona
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Backpacking TrailsHiking In National ParksHiking In National Recreation AreasHiking In Wilderness Areas
Medium Trails (4-8 miles)OrganizationsShort Trails (1-3 miles)
Backpacking Trails

Mt Tipton Wilderness Area
The 30,760-acre Mount Tipton Wilderness is located in Mohave County, 25 miles north of Kingman. Large and topographically complex, the Mount Tipton Wilderness provides a wide range of hiking, backpacking, photography, and horseback riding opportunities.
Hiking is allowed
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Hiking In National Parks

Grand Canyon National Park
The Grand Canyon's overwhelming size and its intricate and colorful landscape makes Grand Canyon National Park without question one of the seven marvels of the natural world. While it is not the deepest canyon in the world, it is unmatched throughout the world for the vistas it offers to visitors.
Hiking is allowedFishingWildlife viewingStoreFees are chargedToiletsViewpointPotable drinking waterHandicapped AccessVisitor center
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Hiking In National Recreation Areas

Lake Mead National Recreation Area
Three of America's four desert ecosystems, the Mojave, the Great Basin, and the Sonoran Deserts, meet in Lake Mead National Recreation Area. The huge lakes cater to boaters, swimmers, sunbathers, and fishermen while the desert rewards hikers, wildlife photographers, and roadside sightseers.
Hiking is allowedFishingWildlife viewingBirdwatchingRV campingTent camping

Mt Tipton Wilderness Area
The 30,760-acre Mount Tipton Wilderness is located in Mohave County, 25 miles north of Kingman. Large and topographically complex, the Mount Tipton Wilderness provides a wide range of hiking, backpacking, photography, and horseback riding opportunities.
Hiking is allowed

Wild Cow Springs
This site is situated in a grove of oak and large ponderosa pines within the Hualapai Mountains, at a 6,200 foot elevation.
Hiking is allowedFees are chargedFire ringsPets must be kept on leashTrashPicnic table
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Hiking In Wilderness Areas

Aubrey Peak Wilderness
> This wilderness is located in Mohave County, 70 miles south of Kingman and 40 miles east of Lake Havasu City. It encompasses a portion of a Mohave/Sonoran Desert transition zone, offering excellent opportunities for primitive types of recreation.
Hiking is allowedAmphitheater

Mount Nutt Wilderness
The 27,660-acre Mount Nutt Wilderness is located in Mohave County. This wilderness is home to over 100 desert bighorn sheep. Numerous springs sustain small oases of large cottonwoods, willows, and oaks. Hiking, camping, hunting, photography, and rock scrambling opportunities are available.
Hiking is allowed

Upper Burro Creek Wilderness
The 27,440-acre Upper Burro Creek Wilderness lies along the upper reaches of Burro Creek, a perennial stream and one of the few streams in Arizona to flow relatively undisturbed into the lower desert.
Hiking is allowedHorses are allowed

Wabayuma Peak Wilderness
The 40,000-acre Wabayuma Peak Wilderness contains the 7,601-foot Wabayuma Peak. The sheer size and scale of the rugged terrain guarantees a variety of recreational opportunities.
Hiking is allowedHorses are allowed

Warm Springs Wilderness Area
The Warm Springs Wilderness Area encircles a desert landscape. One thousand feet above the surrounding desert; the 10-mile long Black Mesa dominates the wilderness. Recreational opportunities for primitive recreation abound.
Hiking is allowedHorses are allowed
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Medium Trails (4-8 miles)

South Kiabab Trail
Elevation change from rim to river is 4620 feet, along a 6 mile trail. There is no water available and little shade on this trail. Access is at the south rim of the Grand Canyon National Park.
Hiking is allowedRV campingTent campingFees are charged
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Organizations

Arizona Trail Association
The Arizona Trail Association is a membership organization, seeking active supporters of the Arizona Trail, coordinating volunteers, and providing other essential services to the Arizona Trail project.
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Short Trails (1-3 miles)

Cherum Peak Trail
This trail climbs steadily to gain about 700 feet of elevation over the first two miles, passing through patches of pinyon pine woodland and Arizona chaparral bush.
Hiking is allowedHorses are allowedMountain bikes are allowedFees are charged
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