Hiking Trails near Kingman, AZ
In search of the greatest hiking routes near Kingman? Whether you want to go hiking, biking, trail running, or exploring other outdoor activities, Kingman has a variety of excellent trails. Let's take a look at the most popular hiking trails near Kingman:
Aspen Peak Trail via Patato Patch Loop
This trail is typically regarded as medium-difficult, and it takes an average of 2 hours and 55 minutes to complete. Although this is a popular path for birding, hiking, and trail running, you may still find seclusion during calmer times of the day. The route is available all year and is a great place to come at any time. Dogs are permitted but must be kept on a leash.
Crack in the Mountain Trail
This path begins in SARA Park in Lake Havasu City and is 65 miles from the Kingman. The route is one and third miles long, largely down a wash to the crack. However, there are some fantastic paths swooping down the mountain's base.
A fissure in the mountain is just that: a 150-yard crack in the mountain or, to put it another way, a slot canyon. You may turn back at this point, but for the more adventurous, the route continues another mile to Lake Havasu.
Kaiser Warm Spring
Kaiser Warm Spring is located 66 miles from Kingman in the Burro Creek BLM Recreation Area. There is no trailhead, but you may park within a fifth of a mile of the wash that leads to the spring, making the trek a total of one and a half miles – depending on where you park. It's a rather simple journey.
Monolith Gardens Trail
This trail is a buried treasure. The name is derived from a number of thin, tall stones, which is why this path is included on our list. Hiking or cycling this path is enjoyable at any time of year, but it is particularly beautiful in the spring when the flowers are in bloom. The route is part of the Cerbat Foothills Recreation Area trail system, which totals 41.4 miles and has been expanded significantly in the previous three years.
Here are some of the multiple use trail guidelines:
- Please remain on the marked route.
- Trails that are damp or muddy should be avoided.
- Keep to the right side of the route, leaving the left side for passing.
- When passing, always indicate your intentions.
- Downhill traffic must yield to uphill traffic at all times.
- Approach each bend as though someone was waiting for you around the corner.
- Keep dogs under control and/or on a leash when out on the path.