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Join Sirena as she continues her 800 mile Arizona Trail Trek from Mexico to Utah on the Arizona National Scenic Trail!
Hike with llamas from Fossil Creek Creamery at Pine Trail Days! Joyce Bittner and her llamas will take folks on a loop using part of the Arizona Trail. Suitable for all ages.
Easy- 4 miles
Please come prepared with with everything that you will need to dayhike this passage. You must provide your own equipment and food.
- Two liters of water.
- Snacks for the day.
- Headlamp/ Flashlight
- Sun Hat.
- Comfortable hiking attire.
- A positive attitude.
Directions to Starting and Ending Point (Pine Trailhead):
Drive south from the town of Pine, AZ for 0.6 miles and turn left to reach a parking area and the Pine Trailhead.
Donations are greatly appreciated and will go toward Sirena's campaign to raise $20,000 for the Arizona Trail Association to maintain, promote and protect the Arizona National Scenic Trail.
Understand that during participation in this adventure you may be exposed to a variety of hazards and risks, foreseen and unforeseen, which are inherent in each tour and cannot be eliminated without destroying the unique character of the outing. To participate in any Arizona Trail hike you will be required to sign a form that states your acknowledgement of responsibility, express assumption of risk, and release of liability.
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Arizona Trail Trek
The Arizona Trail Trek is an 800-mile thru-hike from Mexico to Utah to promote the Arizona National Scenic Trail, the Gateway Communities and the new official guidebook!
Join Sirena on selected dayhikes and backpacking trips highlighting the best of the Arizona Trail or at fun Gateway Community events featuring live music, food, and Arizona Trail Ale! Can't get out to any of the events or hikes? Follow along with satellite tracking and on-the-trail updates from the Arizona Trail Association Facebook and on Twitter at @AZTRAIL #AZTtrek as Sirena hikes up the state and shares her experiences.