Kachina Trail Topo Map

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This trail offers an easy hike through fine alpine forest, ending at a scenic meadow. The hike is on the southwest slopes of San Francisco Mountain in the Kachina Peaks Wilderness. After a short distance, you’ll cross under a powerline and enter Kachina Peaks Wilderness. The trail winds in and out of small canyons and through meadows as it traverses the southwest slopes of Mount Agassiz. The forest is an attractive mixture of quaking aspen, Douglas-fir, and limber pine. In fall, the aspen change to beautiful shades of yellow, orange, and red. This is a good hike to view those colors. After about a mile you’ll cross a rocky canyon, and the trail beyond this point crosses a steeper, more rugged slope. After crossing several small draws, the trail crosses the deeper canyon coming down from Fremont Saddle and traverses into Freidlein Prairie, an alpine meadow on the southwest slopes of Fremont Peak. The junction with Freidlein Prairie Trail is in this meadow and marks the end of this hike.
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Flagstaff, Arizona

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Mar 2018