Fredonia, AZ Trails and Parks

Fredonia has 11 trails in the vicinity, including 8 hiking trails and 4 for backpacking. These trails range from 5 to 120.6 miles in length. The most popular trails are Toroweap Overlook, Tuckup Canyon / Stairway Canyon Loop and 150 Mile Canyon Loops. Trails.com member Kerry B. recently completed Grand Canyon North Rim Area Campgrounds.
  • Mount Trumbull

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    Fredonia, AZ

    Rising above the remote Tuweep region of the Arizona Strip, Mount Trumbull offers a wonderful walk through pine forests, plus some nice views. In January 2000 Mount Trumbull became part of the ...
    •  3 hours
    •  5 miles
    •  Guide

    Rising above the remote Tuweep region of the Arizona Strip, Mount Trumbull offers a wonderful walk through pine forests, ...

  • Kanab Creek

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    Fredonia, AZ

    Running some 60 miles from the town of Fredonia to the Colorado River, the lower corridor of Kanab Creek offers some of the finest canyon hiking anywhere. With its headwaters deep within Utah, ...
    •  4 days
    •  31 miles
    •  Guide

    Running some 60 miles from the town of Fredonia to the Colorado River, the lower corridor of Kanab Creek offers some of the ...

  • Ranger Trail

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    Fredonia, AZ

    An overnight backpack trip into the Kanab Creek Wilderness. The Ranger Trail is only one of a number of routes into the magnificent Kanab Creek Wilderness. The trail begins at an old cabin and ...
    •  Backpack
    •  9.6 miles
    •  Guide

    An overnight backpack trip into the Kanab Creek Wilderness. The Ranger Trail is only one of a number of routes into the magnificent ...

  • Toroweap Overlook

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    Fredonia, AZ

    The 3,000 feet vertical drop at Toroweap Overlook is breathtaking. You can hike above the rim and camp in designated campsites without a fee or permit. All sites are primitive with picnic tables ...
    •  Easy
    •  4 to 6 hours or more
    •  120.6 miles
    •  Guide

    The 3,000 feet vertical drop at Toroweap Overlook is breathtaking. You can hike above the rim and camp in designated campsites ...

  • Tuweep / Toroweap Campground

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    Fredonia, AZ

    As you leave the highway, signs read “primitive road, use at your own risk.” Other signs warn that no services are available; the Park Service recommends you bring extra water, food, gasoline, ...
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    As you leave the highway, signs read “primitive road, use at your own risk.” Other signs warn that no services are available; ...

  • 150 Mile Canyon Loops

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    Fredonia, AZ

    This eTrail is a detailed description of an adventurous loop through the Grand Canyon backcountry. Here is an excerpt from this eTrail's route description. This is a difficult 2.5 miles, with ...
    •  2 to 8 days, plus layover days, if any
    •  Guide

    This eTrail is a detailed description of an adventurous loop through the Grand Canyon backcountry. Here is an excerpt from ...

  • Tuckup Canyon / Stairway Canyon Loop

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    Fredonia, AZ

    This eTrail is a detailed description of an adventurous loop through the Grand Canyon backcountry. Here is an excerpt from this eTrail's route description. "There is usually water at the junction ...
    •  5.5 days, plus layover days, if any
    •  Guide

    This eTrail is a detailed description of an adventurous loop through the Grand Canyon backcountry. Here is an excerpt from ...

  • Grand Canyon North Rim Area Campgrounds

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    Fredonia, AZ

    North Rim country is also known as the Arizona Strip, because of its isolation from the rest of Arizona. It often seems more a part of Utah than Arizona. Get just a mile or so away from the busy ...
    •  Guide

    North Rim country is also known as the Arizona Strip, because of its isolation from the rest of Arizona. It often seems more ...

  • Saddle Mountain Wilderness Trails

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    Fredonia, AZ

    Named for a distinctive ridgeline that resembles a saddle, horn and all, the Saddle Mountain Wilderness lies along the eastern edge of the Kaibab Plateau. The main feature of its spectacularly ...
    •  19.5 miles
    •  Guide

    Named for a distinctive ridgeline that resembles a saddle, horn and all, the Saddle Mountain Wilderness lies along the eastern ...

  • Mount Trumbull Wilderness Trails

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    Fredonia, AZ

    Remote and rather small, with limited hiking opportunities, the Mount Trumbull Wilderness in the Uinkaret Mountains at the southern end of the Uinkaret Plateau is one of Arizona’s seldom-visited ...
    •  5.4 miles
    •  Guide

    Remote and rather small, with limited hiking opportunities, the Mount Trumbull Wilderness in the Uinkaret Mountains at the ...

  • Kanab Creek Wilderness Trails

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    Fredonia, AZ

    Some of the richest uranium deposits on the Arizona Strip are located along the Kanab Creek’s spectacular gorge. Setting portions of it aside as wilderness, therefore, required some give-and-take ...
    •  50 miles
    •  Guide

    Some of the richest uranium deposits on the Arizona Strip are located along the Kanab Creek’s spectacular gorge. Setting ...