Best of Phoenix Black Canyon

The Black Canyon trail follows a route used since the times of pre-historic Native American travelers and traders. Riders are constantly rewarded with breathtaking scenic vistas and glimpses of the varied historical activities that have echoed through these hills. The Department of the Interior officially established the route as a livestock driveway in 1919, when it was used by wool-growers from the Phoenix area to herd sheep to and from their summer ranges in the Bradshaw and Mingus Mountains.
Many segments of the trail roughly parallel the old Black Canyon stagecoach road between Phoenix and Prescott. At present, 13.3 miles of this trail between the Emery Henderson Trailhead and Table Mesa Road, provide a pleasant route to follow.

Highlights

  • Ride buff singletrack in South Mountain and McDowell Mountain
  • Ride Black Canyon Trail System
  • Rides in the Sedona area

Details

TypeMountain bike
Duration5 days
LevelModerate
SupportGuided
Daily distance22 mi
Total distance140 mi / 225 km
Group sizemin. 4 max. 13
LodgingCamping, or Inns only
BicycleNot included
MonthJanuary, February, March, April, May, August, September, October
StartPhoenix
FinishPhoenix
States or countryArizona
Airport startPhoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
Airport finishPhoenix Sky Harbor International Airport

Starting from $ 1,460.00

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