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4 Biking Trails In Arizona To Visit This Spring

by Josephine Hogan

Are you looking for something to do this spring but aren’t sure what exactly that is? There are so many great things you can find spread throughout Arizona. Like a weekend getaway. Or visiting a great restaurant in Tucson. So many that it can be a bit overwhelming on which one to choose. Today, we want to offer some of our favorite biking trails throughout the state. Whether you’re looking to go on a short ride with the family or a whole day adventure, we’ve got them here.

As always, you’ll want to check out local guidelines and weather patterns for the days you’re planning to explore. And while you’re here, be sure to check out Market Apartments to find your next dream apartment.

1) Lake Havasu City Multi-Use Trail

This paved 8.5-mile trail is located in western Arizona, on the shores of Lake Havasu. The Lake Havasu City Multi-Use Trail follows State Route 95, beginning at Palo Verde Road. Where it ends at McCulloch Boulevard South. The route crisscrosses with the highway, even in the middle of the median for a while. Though the trail is a great alternative for driving around the city.

2) Indian Bend Wash Path

 Located in Maricopa County, Indian Bend Wash Path is an 11.8-mile trail that begins at Venturoso Park. The trail follows the banks of the Indian Bend Wash between Scottsdale and Tempe, while also connecting to several parks and other public buildings, like schools. The best part is Scottdale’s Eldorado Park, which is around the middle of the route. Here you have access to the 60-acre park where you can swim, fish, picnic, and so much more.

3) New River Trail

At 16.5 miles, the New River Trail parallels the generally dry waterway, New River. Leading you through the Phoenix suburbs of Peoria and Glendale, you’ll find this trail to be quite safe. Crossing the road at underpasses to keep people out of traffic. The trail also has a number of branches that will lead you to businesses and a number of neighborhoods. And if you’re looking for a bit more than a bike ride, stop at the Rio Vista Community Park in Peoria for a plethora of things to do.

4) Grand Canyon Greenway Trail

Part of the Grand Canyon National Park, the Grand Canyon Greenway Trail is a great way to connect to the quiet moments with the amazing beauty of the canyon. The route is 13 miles, all paved, that provides many different scenic viewpoints in the park. If you’re planning to head to the Grand Canyon, we highly recommend you take the time for this trail.

Now that we’ve given you some of our favorite biking trails to check out this year, be sure to let us know which are your favorites. Head down to the comments and tell us if we mentioned one you’ve done before or you’re looking forward to trying this year.

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