“A trail with a beautiful view overlooking the Colorado River from a plateau.”
— John Blackwell
River/Creek · Views · Wildflowers · Wildlife
Closed May 15, 2016 through September 30, 2016 due to the heat.
Lots of rocks and heat. Bring water.
This is a nice trail which passes by an arch shaped like the Liberty Bell. It also passes by some old mining equipment and ends overlooking the Colorado River.
This trail can be accessed off of the White Rock Canyon
trail, and you'll want to park at the Arizona Hot Springs trailhead. About a mile down the trail, the Liberty Bell Arch trail splits to the northwest. Follow this trail as it passes an old manganese mine and the natural arch that looks like the Liberty Bell on the inside before reaching a plateau 700 feet above the Colorado River.
As an out-and-back run from the Arizona Hot Springs Trailhead, this totals seven miles and the rolling terrain accounts for an elevation change in excess of 1000 feet.