Schultz Creek Trail is a 9.6 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Flagstaff, Arizona and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and mountain biking and is accessible from April until November.
Directions from Flagstaff: Drive north 2 miles on US 180 to FR 420 (Schultz Pass Road). Turn east and follow FR 420 about a mile to a gate and cattle guard. Turn right down over the hill toward Schultz Creek and park. The trailhead is at the north end of the parking area.
awesome downhill ride on our MTBs
Loved this trail a lot of different scenery and we saw tons of butterflies.
Beautiful trail. A bit impacted by the nearby road. It is heavily used by mountain bikes, so be wary.
Fun trail but a little too much traffic .
Great trails for all skill levels. Welll marked. Only downfall, mountian bikers and their lack of ability to let you know they are coming.
Watch out for mountain bikers if you're running or hiking! Some of them think they are pros and own the trail.
Great for trail running!
The actual trail is only about 0.6 miles but connects with other trails! A bit icy and muddy today but still beautiful and fun! It was easy minus the ice and snow. Still fun!
this is an awesome ride!
One of our favorite moutain biking trail. Gradual climb up to Schultz tank and super fast ride with plenty of jumps, rock crossing and scenary. Great connect to many fantastic trails up in flagstaff. Lots of bikers and hikers on this trail so keep your head up. Out and back if you just do this trail 8 miles