Verrado has over 21 miles of existing paths and trails, with many more planned for Victory and the surrounding open space. And with direct access to the incredible White Tank Mountain Regional Park, there’s no question that trails are a big deal here.
In addition to great opportunities to hike and trail run, Verrado’s current trail system features some excellent mountain bike riding. To learn more about hiking and mountain biking near Verrado click Path & Trails Temporary Trail Map to download a map.
Most importantly, paths and trails at Verrado and Victory are thoughtfully routed to provide convenient access to neighborhood parks, open spaces and amenities. Best of all, the integrated system is designed to promote community interaction – stop by the Lost Creek Trailhead any weekend and you’ll see countless residents, visitors, families, pets and local groups enjoying the beautiful Sonoran Desert by way of trails. If you’re interesting in getting to know the community trail system, you can download the Temporary Trails Map above. Be sure to stay tuned for exciting news and updates about our ever evolving trail system and plans for the Victory District trails in the next few months.
So, if you’re in the Buckeye area, we invite you to explore the 21 miles of paths and trails currently available at Verrado (click here for PDF map) and the surrounding White Tank Mountain Regional Park. Or, check out the American Hiking Society’s Event Locator to find a National Trails Day® event near you. There’s even a photo contest for any trail-bound photographers out there. We hope to see you on the trail. Happy Trails to all!