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The Kaibab National Forest encompasses most of the Kaibab Plateau, with a boundary bordering Grand Canyon National Park. A visitor center is located at Jacob Lake, 30 miles south and east of Fredonia at the junction of highways US 89A and AZ 67.

Did this hike in November and I may have missed the fall colors but the temperature was perfect and the hike was still amazing.

hiking
14 days ago

One of the best best hikes I’ve done in the state. The whole trial took me 5.5 hours. I spent a lot of time at the Vista overlook. It’s a very flat hike for most of the time. Very easy overall. I only lost the trail at the very end of trail after KA Hill. But it was easy to find again. Make sure and do the loop clockwise. The trailhead directions on this app were Vital.

mountain biking
15 days ago

Perfect trail for our 6 and 4 year olds. Well marked and awesome to see the petroglyphs at the end!

hiking
19 days ago

Nice and short. Would be good for kids.

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29 days ago

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1 month ago

A few sections are tricky. The trail can sometimes be hard to find, and it’s very rocky. Still, the view is absolutely worth it, though you may just want to take the Vista Point trail to quickly reach it.

Fun short hike. Nice autumn foliage color. Loved seeing the petroglyphs.