Airie Bike Loops
The area we call Airie Bike Loops is bounded by Boynton Canyon Road on the north, Dry Creek Road on the east, Hwy 89A on the south, and Diamondback Gulch (FR 152A) on the west. The area is approximately 3 miles wide and 5 miles long, and has a total of 21 interconnected trails that traverse through rolling terrain.
This makes it ideal for mountain biking, trail running and hiking. Accessed by seven different parking lots and roadside areas, it is possible to customize any number of loops, out and back hikes, or point-to-point bike rides.
A great place to see wildflowers in the spring and summer, these trails are pet and kid friendly. They offer great views of the surrounding red rocks. What they do not have is very much shade, so hike early in the morning if you plan to visit in the summer months.
System trails included in the Airie Bike Loops are Cockscomb, Airie, Outer Limit, Ground Control, Axis, Bolo, Rover, Last Frontier, Rupp, Dawa, Arizona Cypress, OK, Girdner, Snake, Anaconda, Two Fence, Reinhart, Ledge-n-Airy, Lasso, Stirrup, Saddle Up, Roundabout, Oak, and Canyon of Fools.
All of the trails above are rated as easy.