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kid friendly

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horseback riding

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The Coconino National Forest is a 1.856-million acre forest located in northern Arizona in the vicinity of Flagstaff. The Coconino National Forest contains diverse landscapes, including deserts, ponderosa pine forests, flatlands, mesas, alpine tundra, and ancient volcanic peaks. The forest surrounds the towns of Sedona and Flagstaff and borders four other national forests; the Kaibab National Forest to the west and northwest, the Prescott National Forest to the southwest, the Tonto National Forest to the south, and the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest to the southeast. The forest contains all or parts of ten designated wilderness areas, including the Kachina Peaks Wilderness, which includes the summit of the San Francisco Peaks.

hiking
23 hours ago

I only give it a 4 star rating because the first part of the trail uses the 4x4 trail and it is wide, hot, and boring. Once you get passed that it's great.

hiking
1 day ago

Great views throughout the hike. For a moderate rated hike, I found a few sections to be a bit challenging, but my teenagers loved it. My little guy (10 yrs old) made it half way with mom, but that was also due to the extreme heat. Start early morning or go late if it's hot, because there isn't any cover and the rocks are smoking hot.

hiking
1 day ago

hiking
2 days ago