Trails are typically numbered by the managing agency. Trails should be listed one-way if they are part of a network of trails where others can then create their own hikes.
Hikes are usually round-trip if not a shuttle. A loop involving multiple trails is a hike. An off-trail adventure would be a hike too.
Look for +Add at the top of any page, click, then select Publish a Guide
It takes time and creativity to publish a quality guide. Yours should be clear with complete details to complete the journey. An enticing story of your journey is optional. Anything less will not be published.
Linking photos within the guide is recommended, it is not required.
The photoset may be posted as a generic before the guide exists. When the guide is published, rename the photoset from generic to guide based.
Publishing a guide for an area such as Sedona, Grand Canyon or like is not permitted in Arizona.
Already added, copyrighted material, vague, not helpful, incorrect, etc...
If accepted it will display on the home page of HAZ.
Highly recommended to clarify, not required.
A notification is sent when your guide is published.
One-way is the preferred listing for numbered trails. This allows members to +Add a triplog of a hike they designed and completed themselves. Then link trails involved in the hike.
Only publish a Full Detail guide if you have hiked it, know the statistics and have the patience to compose a guide.
This is a quick way to add a page not already on site so you may then add a triplog, photos, etc. to the page. Acceptable for trails.
Generally within 12-48 hours. If you are not notified in three days please contact the webmaster.
The core pages on site that describe trails, hikes, and other outdoor modes of adventure.