Hiking Trails Near Flagstaff, AZ
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Hiking Trails Near Flagstaff, AZ

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Flagstaff has 41 hiking trails. These trails range from 1.25 to 50 miles in length. The most popular trails are Humphreys Peak, Kachina Loop Trail and Onyx Bridge. Trails.com member Jean-Claude L. recently completed Sunset Crater and Wupatki National Monument. See all Flagstaff trails.
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As the highest summit in the state, Humphreys Peak (12,633 feet) is more reminiscent of ...
Sunset Crater National Monument is a 1,000-foot-high historic cone. Here you will find ...
Situated in the starkly beautiful northern region of Petrified Forest National Park, Onyx ...
A great hike for a hot summer day, this loop on the north side of the San Francisco Peaks ...
Thin hikers as well as fat ones can enjoy this interesting loop through complex volcanic ...
Climbing some 2,400 feet above the east end of Flagstaff, the Elden Lookout Trail rewards ...
The exceptionally easy nature of this hike aside, it provides one of the most fascinating ...
Close the gate behind you and you are on your way on Keyhole Sink Trail 114. There is ...
Once your dog is watered and leashed, head east from the parking lot through a fence opening. ...
Once your dog is watered and leashed (pack in water since the hike to and from the creek ...
This trail into the Red Rock–Secret Mountain Wilderness is a remote and beautiful forest ...
Starting left of the trailhead parking area, trek southward once your dog is watered and ...
Well over half of this fairly remote trail is in the Sycamore Canyon Wilderness, which ...
Once your dog is watered, point her leash downhill and head north through the gate. Your ...
The long drive to this short hike pays off in a remote wilderness experience and scenic ...
This passage travels through beautiful pine, spruce, and aspen forests at high elevation— ...
An urban route, Passage 33 takes you across the center of the city of Flagstaff, which ...
The first half of this passage skirts the Turkey Hills and crosses the Rio de Flag near ...
This passage’s peaceful traverse of Anderson Mesa from Marshall Lake and along Walnut ...
As you and your pooch first set out, the path gently rolls southwest and downhill on a ...
You and your dog first make a short, rocky, and moderately steep scramble down the north ...
Once your dog is watered and leashed—pack in additional water since the lake may be dry—you ...
The wide two-track road takes you and your dog through a shady glen of spruce, ponderosa ...
The Rio de Flag South Trail, like the Buffalo Park Loop, offers Flagstaff residents and ...
This last and shortest trail into Lookout Canyon first leads you through an opening in ...
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