If you are looking for an easy, scenic hike. THIS IS IT! Great for people of ages. Does require a few stairs!
This is a nice hike between Flagstaff and the Grand Canyon. Located at mile marker 247, just on the west side of the road. The hike is only 1.5 miles one way and well marked. You are really missing out if you don't hike up past the ladder into the canyon with the steep, lava rock walls. Everything before that... More
This trail should not be missed. It is only 1.5 miles one way. You are rewarded by incredible rock formations in the cinder cone, extending up towards the convoluted red walls. I could not believe my eyes.
Not far out of Flagstaff and on the way to the Grand Canyon, this trail provides a couple hours of very interesting terrain where you can choose how much or how little effort you want to give it. The access to the trail from the parking lot is deceptive--flat and dusty-- almost boring. But once you reach the base of... More
What a great ending to this trail. Much more of a walk than a hike. The geologic features at the end of the trail are amazing! If you're nimble you can climb up some of the cascading features and have a great view of the valley. Awesome echoes up here!
The Red Mountain Trail is a beautiful somewhat desert trail, It was about a 2 hour round trip easy, mostly level ground hike to/from the Red Mountain. A great place for a picnic and some good photo shots. Definitely a place of solitude as there were not very many people on the trail. Highly recommend if you are looking for... More
The trail to Red Mountain is easy, quick and well maintained. To get to it, take I-17 north to Flagstaff. Follow the signs for US-180 then head north to milepost 247 (about 30 miles). Turn left (west) at the milepost & the follow dirt trail to the trailhead parking lot. The hike along the way is okay, but once the... More
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