Phoenix Trail Information & Maps

Phoenix and the surrounding valley are home to some of the best mountain biking in Arizona. Our local trails are based out of South Mountain Preserve and Park in Phoenix, with over 16,000 acres and 50 miles of trails. Featured are the Desert Classic, Mormon, National, and Javalina trails.

The park and local trail system offer everything from great cross-country riding to gnarly black diamond descents (don't forget to bring your pads!)

South Mountain Preserve & Park

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Trail Routes

Mormon>National>Javalina>E Pima

Mormon>National>Javalina>E Pima

This is an action-packed loop with a fair amount of technical climbing and descending, only recommended for advanced riders. You'll start off on the double track leading to the Mormon/National split. Stay on Mormon till it ends and take a left where you will pick up the National Trail. Decending back down to where you began at the split and go up Javalina's short ascent. From the top of Javalina you'll be treated to almost a 2 miles decent.  Pads in addition to helmet and gloves are highly recommended!

Use this LINK to download this route onto your GPS unit.

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Desert Classic>Bronco Flats>Desert Classic>Secret

Desert Classic is a great beginner/intermediate trail. This route will start you off on Desert Classic to Bronco Flats, then back onto Desert Classic. From there it will connect you to the Secret Trail where you'll be losing elevation back to the resort. Lot's of flow and a little bit of tech entering and exiting the washes on the trail.

Use this LINK to download this route onto your GPS unit.

Desert Classic>Bronco Flats>Desert Classic>Secret

Desert Classic is a great beginner/intermediate trail. This route will start you off on Desert Classic to Bronco Flats, then back onto Desert Classic. From there it will connect you to the Secret Trail where you'll be losing elevation back to the resort. Lot's of flow and a little bit of tech entering and exiting the washes on the trail.

Use this LINK to download this route onto your GPS unit.