Sandys Canyon

Coconino National Forest, Arizona

Distance1.4mi
Elevation Gain332ft
Trailhead Elevation6,825ft
Top6,835ft
Elevation Min/Max6623/6835ft
Elevation Start/End6825/6825ft

Sandys Canyon

Sandys Canyon is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Coconino County, Arizona. It is within Coconino National Forest. It is 1.4 miles long and begins at 6,825 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 2.7 miles with a total elevation gain of 332 feet. The Canyon Vista Campground camp site is near the trailhead. This trail connects with the following: Azt - Walnut Canyon.

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Five-Star Trails: Flagstaff and Sedona (Menasha Ridge Press)
Tony Padegimas
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"This hike follows Sandys Canyon Trail 137 to the mouth of Walnut Canyon, where you can climb to the Fisher Point overlook and/or follow the trail deeper into scenic Walnut Canyon, which contains a few small caves. Th e Sandys Canyon segment is part of the Arizona National Scenic Trail (AZT), which runs north–south through the state for 800 miles, from Mexico to Utah." Read more
Best Hikes with Dogs: Arizona (The Mountaineers Books)
Renee Guillory
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"This scenic trail leads you and your dog through mountain meadows, lush canyons, and cool, tree-covered ridges. The path is initially a comfortable and compacted forest floor. Your northwest heading ultimately leads you to the lip of Sandys Canyon, but the great views start at the trailhead and rarely let up. The San Francisco Peaks make a couple of grand entrances at different viewpoints along this hike, and the unusual cliffs and red rock formations of Walnut Canyon are a delight." Read more

Sandys Canyon Reviews

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7/18/2009
Directions: The Lake Mary Road is being re-done the cattleguard is gone. Look for the Campground Sign and turn to the N there.
The hike is easy. There are great views to the mountains to the north. This hike is good with dogs. (ours went on electronic collars as long as there were no other people in sight). Shared the trail with bicycles, horses and several other hikers.
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Trail Information

Coconino National Forest
Nearby City
Coconino National Forest
Parks
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
Moderate
Skill Level
Mormon Lake Ranger District; Coconino National Forest
Local Contacts
USGS Flagstaff East; Coconino National Forest (trail not shown)
Local Maps

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Dec 2018