hiking

views

walking

nature trips

birding

dogs on leash

kid friendly

wild flowers

trail running

mountain biking

wildlife

forest

river

off road driving

horseback riding

dog friendly

camping

no dogs

scenic driving

cave

lake

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.

Amazing hike, beautiful views!

It was good, nice views, but make sure to bring more water than you think you would need for a 6 mile hike! The last mile is basically straight up a mountain, and there isn't shade anywhere. Also when I was there the mile before and after the turnaround were insanely crowded. Mobs of people wearing inappropriate hiking attire that had been shuttled there from somewhere and were blocking large parts of the path

Love corkscomb! Great views, on the easy side of moderate and when I went (on a Sunday morning) it was basically empty! Very peaceful.

This was a very special site to see. The hike here was very easy and also had nice symbols along the way. We highly appreciated the sight.

hiking
2 days ago

Great with kids. Good way to start vacation!