The Arizona Trail (AZT) is a National Scenic Trail that winds 800 miles through Arizona, from the border of Utah to the border of Mexico. In its northern section it crosses the Kaibab Plateau, passes through the Grand Canyon and the Coconino Plateau, and traverses around the highest peak in Arizona (Humphrey’s Peak 12,635′). Past Flagstaff, the trail continues its southerly route through desert wildernesses and mountainous “sky islands” to conclude at the border southeast of Tucson.
The trail was completed only within the last few years, and is maintained and promoted by the Arizona Trail Association. They do some really amazing things for the trail, and you should definitely check them out!
In 2015 I completed a southbound thru-hike of the AZT. Here are my audio blogs: