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Frank Lloyd Wright once stated, “Study nature, love nature, stay close to nature. It will never fail you.” We believe this to be true as well. We are lucky to live in such a spectacular place. After even a minor amount of exploring, it is easy to see why Wright chose to build his beloved winter home and desert laboratory, Taliesin West, right here in the Valley of the Sun.
Now that the weather is starting to cool off in the Phoenix Metro area, it is the perfect time to head outdoors and explore the plethora of multi-use trails in and around your neighborhood. Whether you want to hike, bike, go horseback riding, take a Jeep Tour or sit and observe nature, there are so many fabulous places to go right here in the Valley of the Sun. We even have several paths in or near Phoenix that have been deemed “barrier free” which means that anyone can enjoy these particular trails even if they are using a wheelchair, pushing a stroller, encouraging young children or slower walkers to hike, recovering from an injury or just beginning a fitness routine for the first time. Having these trails close by is just one of the many benefits of moving to Arizona!
While we realize that this incredible state has much more to offer in the way of trails, we thought it best to narrow our focus and dedicate this particular post to a few of our favorite trails in and around Phoenix. Feel free to click on any of the red text below to read more about these magnificent parks and trails.
Physical activity and fresh air might be more important now than ever before. While we encourage you to get out and be physically active, we also want to make sure you stay safe. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the CDC recommends the following when visiting public parks and recreational facilities such as the trails and trailheads mentioned above:
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“Leave the roads, take the trails.” – Pythagoras