The Hieroglyphic Trail in Gold Canyon, Arizona is a unique hiking trail that is covered with ancient petroglyphs and leads to a waterfall. The trail is approximately 1.5 miles long and winds its way through the canyon. Along the way, hikers will see a variety of petroglyphs, including those of animals, people, and geometric shapes. The petroglyphs are believed to have been created by the Hohokam people, who lived in the area from about AD 300 to AD 1400.
The water typically only flows after the monsoon rains but is a beautiful hike throughout the year.
Hieroglyphic Trailhead, Hieroglyphic Trail, Gold Canyon, AZ 85118