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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hiking
1 day ago

This is a very nice, scenic trail. Very easy and quite beautiful.

Fun trail.

Parking was full at 3pm (Saturday, October 12th) and was turned away by park rangers.

Great views on this short, easy trail. Fall colors were spectacular.

Nice and easy stroll

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rocky
1 day ago

Beautiful! Worth the drive and the crowds. The 3mile road up to the trailhead sucks - unpaved all the way and narrow at times so be careful with passing cars. We got there at 8 a.m. and had a hard time finding a parking spot but once we got out on the trail it was all worth it!! The Aspen's are amazing. On our way out they probably had at least 15 cars waiting at the bottom to go up the mountain.

The trail was perfect! Took kids (2&6) and they did great! Busy trail with bikes and horses and all sorts hikers.

Good hike, fall colors this time of year with the aspens

Amazing trail! Did Abineau to Bear Jaw, I’d do it backwards next time. From the end of the waterline to about halfway back to the start of the trail, Bear Jaw is steep, narrow and covered in gravel and small rocks making the way down pretty rough. Otherwise though, gorgeous hike and the perfect length. And! In the peak of the fall season, the trail was nearly empty!

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rocky
scramble
2 days ago

hiking
2 days ago

The fall colors are ridiculous. Beautiful only begins to describe.

Tough for kids but overall great hike!

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rocky
scramble
snow
2 days ago

Great hike. Started at dawn and had the trail to myself. Bring a shell, buff, thick sweater/down, and hat for the top. Wind when you get above tree line rubs you raw if your face isn't covered. All the leaves are a golden yellow right now, just beautiful! Some snow, nothing on the trail.

hiking
2 days ago

went when the leaves were changing, one of the most beautiful things I've ever seen!!!

great hike that's shirt but still a good workout took me an hour 10mins to finish and I stopped a couple times to enjoy the great views.

Always a beautiful place to be at. Super easy and great for kids.

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rocky
3 days ago

Seems to be an old logging road. So, a fairly easy, yet non-stop climb. No massive hills that make you wish you were dead. Lol. Older I get, however, the more the stinking elevation gets me. Very frustrating, tbh. I work out cardio very hard and just can’t fight the lack of O2. Oh well. Made it again for a night at high altitudes.

We went 10/8/19 and started hiking at 7am @ 43 degrees temp The directions lead you to a camp ground, but there is a small area just in front of the campground where us hikers can park (about 12 spots). You have to walk through the campground to find the signs and begin the trail. The first 2 ish miles are beautiful! Some woodsy parts and then it opens up to this wide, easy, straight path. After that easy part, there is a sign that reads something to the affect of “beyond this point is a natural ecosystem, so hike quietly and stay on the trail”. So we carried on and the next 3.5 miles was completely over grown. The deeper you went the more wild it became. Almost no path, very tall plants and bushes. Some plants had thorns and stickers. Saw large animal droppings, but thankfully no animals. Lots of fallen trees to hike over. I could deal with all that and getting thorns on me, but something made us turn back.... We got about a total of 5.4 miles in and suddenly were swarming with bees! We both got stung multiple times and ran as fast as we could the other way. Trust me, I didn’t hear buzzing, we weren’t taking so we remained quiet, and I definitely don’t remember hitting a hive. The trail is beautiful and SUPER easy the first 2 miles in, but we should have just turned back when we saw the sign.....however, that would make this trail about 4 miles total, not the 11.4 it says. Just be careful hiking further past the sign.

Need more signs. Many people w/o the app were lost and it was confusing where to find the overlook even with the app. Wear good hiking shoes. I wore tennis shoes and kept tripping over rocks/roots. I’d suggest going in the fall to see golden colored leaves/foliage.

hiking
3 days ago

Breathtaking, this is a pretty easy trail, however the “loop” doesn’t actually happen till your second glade of aspens after you cross the pasture. The first half of the trail you will be back tracking on your way back. Took us a long time because we kept stopping but a great trail for kids and dogs as it’s pretty flat and impossible to get lost.

hiking
3 days ago

Did it with a 2 1/2yr old and 7 yr old grand kids! Just beautiful!

Short little Trail down to a gorgeous meadow and pond. There’s a geocache 100 yds off trail too FYI. Nice spot to bring my new bride on our honeymoon. Leaves started to change and will be perfect in a week or so.

10/10/2019. Peak colors. Stick with it til you at least get to the road. The trail is well marked with ponderosa pines and aspens.

Easy and well taken care of trail. Great views of surrounding areas especially during fall season. My dog loves smelling the wildflowers and scents of animals that cross through here.

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