Campbell Mesa Loop is a 5.6 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Flagstaff, Arizona that features beautiful wild flowers. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking, walking, and mountain biking. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Trail easy but it had it challenges for novices like us. Small outcroppings of rocks along the entire way dispersed 50 to 100 feet or more a part, some closer. Definitely had to keep your eye on the path as there were also single rocks along the way with patches of smooth clear writing of dirt. The only people we saw was one group who was hiking out and that was it. We had the entire rest of the trail to ourselves. It winds through Pine trees and woods and the scenery really doesn't change all that much but it was very beautiful on a clear crisp autumn day around 60°. Perfect weather, very nice trail. The parking lot was nearly full we took the third to last space. There's also a forest service road that can be biked and many other trails in this area. I recommend this trail!
Great after work bicycling trail.
Great scenic trail for first time or beginner mountain bikers. Trail was well marked and easy to do.
Great loop in the pines.
Excellent trail. Well marked loop with high views. Mountain bikers and horses also use this trail but it is well kept and accommodates all skill levels