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Devils Bridge

Sedona, AZ

Was steep but a short hike. The trail was in moderate shape. Was slippery in places with pea gravel. Great wiew from the top. The trail went to the top of this one. This is a heavily traveled attraction.

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Kachina Trail
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14 Completed 6 Reviews

This hike is a great day hike. I didn't realize that this hike ended at the Weatherford trail so I continued on until I reached Schultz pass.. So it ended up being almost 14 miles round trip. It was a great hike. You get to walk in the aspens which is exactly what I was looking to do. Recommend this hike to anyone who doesn't want to hike up Humphrey's

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Kendrick Mountain Trail
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14 Completed 6 Reviews

My favorite hike in Flagstaff hands down! So beautiful! The views are spectacular especially of the peaks. I wouldn't call it easy though because you are gradually going up the whole time.

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Sinagua Loop
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7 Completed 1 Reviews

I love this trail, it's a really good 'quickie' for me. I started using it when I was taking up trail running (after 13 years of smoking and being overweight) and it gave me the right amount of challenge to push myself and enjoyable enough to keep going. For seasoned hikers, it's definitely an easy one. Good for mountain biking, running, hiking, dogs, and kids. Also connects to the Arizona trail and a larger loop for more distance.

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Humphreys Peak - Arizona Highpoint
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Great hike but be prepared for a hard & rock straight up hike.
Don't be discouraged toward the top there are 3 peaks just keep on going.

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Humphreys Peak - Arizona Highpoint
by David Sanders

42 Completed 1 Reviews

A very difficult trail. I had it as 10.6 mi out and back with over 3400' elevation gain. The trail was rocky and you thought it was never going to end. That being said the views were outstanding the last 2 miles I would do it again. Watch the wx you do not want to be up there in a thunderstorm

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Fatmans Loop Trail
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16 Completed 3 Reviews

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Fatmans Loop Trail
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1 Completed 1 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.

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Walnut Canyon Loop Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Scenic trails that were perfect for a family hike.

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Sinagua Loop
by Whitney H

1 Completed 1 Reviews

We went in mid-June, around midday. It was hot but not unbearable, although there wasn't much shade along the path. It probably wasn't the right time of the season, but this trail wasn't surrounded by great scenery, very dry dead looking grass. The trail is narrow, you have to walk single file for most of it. It is an easy walk, not too much of an elevation change, trail is not too rocky. Very well marked. The loop itself is pretty short, but it is surrounded by other trails and loops that you could use to extend your walk.

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Christmas Tree Trail
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

Good hike. It has more shade and a more gradual climb then Fatman Loop.

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