Looking for a great trail near Flagstaff, Arizona? AllTrails has 122 great hiking trails, running trails, mountain biking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Red Rock State Park or Big Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Buffalo Park or Thorpe Park. Ready for some activity? There are 64 moderate trails in Flagstaff ranging from 0.7 to 17.1 miles and from 6,062 to 10,416 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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rocky
7 days ago

This is a tough hike, but it is an amazing view once you reach the top. The last leg above the tree line has a lot of loose rock and you really have to watch your footing.

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rocky
snow
7 days ago

This was a pretty easy trail, to the point I was able to get to. I had to turn back just past the 3 mile marker because there was hard packed snow, which was extremely slippery across the trail. For context, I left around 8am (hiking in February over President’s Day weekend), but I could see the snow softening up enough to be passable later in the day. All in all, a beautiful trail and a nice, quiet hike. *Also, this does not appear to be closed for logging any longer.

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bugs
muddy
no shade
8 days ago

What a nice place !

Good hike. Its best to get there earlier because the parking lot fills up pretty quick. Id recommend snow spikes due to ice and snow still covering the last leg of the trail. Offers great view of the valley and Humphrey's peak.

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icy
muddy
8 days ago

hiking
8 days ago

Great trail to see all the fascinating geological forms. Highly recommend . Easy for kids .

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icy
muddy
8 days ago

Did this Thursday, February 6 immediately after landing in flagstaff airport with friends all of us from the Midwest. Snow on the top made it a little tricky. Definitely recommend crampons or spikes which we used and we’re thankful for. Windy and chilly at the top. Great hike overall!

closed
icy
muddy
snow
8 days ago

Parked at beginning of Lockett Meadow Road due to road closure and walked 3 miles to Lockett Meadow. Patches of snow with a bit of mud but a beautiful walk to the meadow which was all snow-covered. Attempted to hike up the Inner Basin Trail and turned back halfway due to knee deep snow post holing. Gorgeous views, Aspens and Ponderosa pines everywhere and worth every high-energy step. Lots of bunny tracks & no people except for on the way down again. 8.9mi total hike for us.

icy
snow
9 days ago

An amazing choice for a hike. Be warned it was very challenging and going down from the saddle was pretty tricky without snowshoes. Ice spikes worked really well, however i wish i would have brought snowshoes and trekking poles.

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icy
snow
9 days ago

Amazing trail, and a ton of fun to hike. Above tree line, the trail is well marked and fairly easy to follow. Make sure you follow it to avoid loose slabs of snow and cornices. Overall, Trail was in great condition this morning and the weather was perfect. Micro spikes were needed and an ice axe came in handy (glissading, mostly), although it can definitely be done without it. Highly recommend this mountain, the snow makes it that much better.

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icy
muddy
9 days ago

tough trail but doable. It reminded me how out of shape I am, but I still made it.

hiking
9 days ago

Crampons and poles would be helpful for the last 0.5 miles. Decent view of Humphreys and Flag.

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icy
9 days ago

Easy out n back trail. Just some icy parts but they were brief. Accessible and free parking by the trailhead. Beautiful scenery and very calm with light traffic. It was great!

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rocky
9 days ago

Nice Trail!

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icy
muddy
9 days ago

We failed at the half of the trail due to the literally sheets of ice hiking downhill. It looked so pretty so we will be back prepared ! Our walking poles were not enough :)

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icy
snow
9 days ago

hiking
11 days ago

Early morning start, bring plenty of water and good shoes for rocks. Overall great hike

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