Fatmans Loop Trail

#2 of 2 trails in Kachina Peaks Wilderness
Fatmans Loop Trail is a 2.4 mile loop trail located near Flagstaff, AZ that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and trail running and is accessible from April until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

2.4 miles 561 feet Loop
dogs on leash hiking trail running walking forest rocky views wild flowers wildlife
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Directions from Flagstaff: Follow Santa Fe Avenue past the entrance to the Flagstaff Mall and the Peaks Ranger District Office to a trailhead parking lot just off the north side of the street.

Nicole Yates

5 Completed7 Reviews

Loved it, hiked with Albert my pup

Judy Black Redd

4 Completed1 Reviews

Was a good hike on a Monday morning with not many people on the trail. I usually like longer trails but this was just right since the altitude made us a little winded on the incline. Will definitely do this one again.

Kim Mitchell

1 Completed1 Reviews

We started the loop on the left side of the trailhead. This side was less traveled. The views and wildflowers were amazing.

Christine Hatfield

1 Completed1 Reviews

Good trail for kids and nice views from the top of the loop.

Shaunna Akers

2 Completed1 Reviews

Great, quick loop trail with beautiful views close to town. Not grueling, but definitely a little workout with the altitude!

Alena Mkva

22 Completed1 Reviews

Beautiful scenery, lots of shade and a reasonable incline for beginners. Lots of connecting trails for variation.

Natasha Keric

1 Completed1 Reviews

Wonderful short hike, plenty of shade, and easy. We took our two little dogs and they loved it. There were very few people at 8 am. Beautiful scenery.

Daniel Morris

1 Completed1 Reviews

Misty Medina

16 Completed3 Reviews

Jeff Sauter

1 Completed1 Reviews

It was a little much for our little dog on a hot day in the sun, but it would have been perfect for just my wife and me. Not too many people and the trail was in good shape. Most everyone had their do on a leash.