Kaibab Plateau, Arizona Trail Bike Route
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Arizona Trail Bike Route

830 miles • Arizona

Official App of the Arizona Trail Association

The Arizona National Scenic Trail Bike Route stretches 830 scenic miles across the state of Arizona from Mexico to Utah. It passes through some of the most diverse and beautiful landscapes in the state. Our mountain biking guide is the official app of the Arizona Trail Association, stewards of the Arizona Trail. Check out the official Arizona Trail hiking guide in our Guthook Guides app.

$9.99 full guide
800 mi (1280 km)
$9.99 full guide
Official App
A map of the Arizona Trail Bike Route.
A map of the Arizona Trail Bike Route.
Works Offline, No Data Required
Trusted Trail Data
Built for Community
Offline Maps
Detailed Waypoints
Tailored to You
Works Offline, No Data Required
Trusted Trail Data
Built for Community
Offline Maps
Detailed Waypoints
Tailored to You

How can I buy it?

Available as an in-app purchase in our Bikepacking Guides app, a free download from the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store.

Our iOS and Android apps do differ slightly in their appearance. However, the majority of their features remain the same, and they access the same trail guide data.

Official bike route of the Arizona Trail Association with waypoints for the Arizona Trail and Flagstaff Urban Trail alternate.

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Cheers to giving back! Part of your purchase of the Arizona Trail Bike Route goes to support the Arizona Trail Association’s work to preserve and maintain the hiking trail and bike route. Learn about the Arizona Trail Association.

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About our partner

Arizona Trail Association

The mission of the Arizona Trail Association is to protect, maintain, enhance, promote and sustain the Arizona Trail as a unique encounter with the land. A nonprofit organization, the ATA has trained and coordinated tens of thousands of volunteers to help build and maintain the Arizona Trail since 1994. Their primary focus is on protecting and maintaining the trail, though they also have a number of outreach programs to engage community members in the Arizona Trail experience.

In partnership with the Arizona Trail Association, Atlas Guides has created the official Arizona Trail app, which offers the most relevant information on the Arizona Trail. Together with the ATA, we work to provide frequent updates to the app.

Learn more about the ATA