Brookbank Trail

Flagstaff, Arizona

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This short hike heads up a historic wagon road in the Dry Lake Hills. The hike ends at a seasonal lake and meadow with nice views of San Francisco Mountain. The Dry Lake Hills get their name from several meadows that lie on the summit plateau. Early in the season, after the snow melts, the meadows become seasonal lakes. As the lakes dry up, the meadows in turn become a riot of wildflowers. The Dry Lake Hills get their name from several meadows that lie on the summit plateau. Early in the season, after the snow melts, the meadows become seasonal lakes. As the lakes dry up, the meadows in turn become a riot of wildflowers. The meadow at the end of this hike is on private land. Although there are no restrictions on hiking at present, this could change in the future. Always respect private property and obey all signs, if posted.

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"This short hike heads up a historic wagon road in the Dry Lake Hills. The hike ends at a seasonal lake and meadow with nice views of San Francisco Mountain. The Dry Lake Hills get their name from several meadows that lie on the summit plateau. Early in the season, after the snow melts, the meadows become seasonal lakes. As the lakes dry up, the meadows in turn become a riot of wildflowers.

The Dry Lake Hills get their name from several meadows that lie on the summit plateau. Early in the season, after the snow melts, the meadows become seasonal lakes. As the lakes dry up, the meadows in turn become a riot of wildflowers. The meadow at the end of this hike is on private land. Although there are no restrictions on hiking at present, this could change in the future. Always respect private property and obey all signs, if posted."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Flagstaff
Distance: 2.2
Elevation Gain: 630 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: Day hike
Season: Best summer through fall
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: Peaks Ranger District, Coconino National Forest
Local Maps: USGS Sunset Crater West, Humphreys Peak; Coconino National Forest (trail not on map)
Driving Directions: Directions to Brookbank Trail

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May 2018