Kaibab National Forest

Kaibab National Forest

Trails in Kaibab Nat'l Forest

Arizona Trail

The North Kaibab Ranger District features a section of the Arizona Trail which will eventually span the state from north to south. The trail will start at the Arizona-Utah border and enter the Kaibab National Forest via Orderville Canyon. The trail will traverse the North Kaibab Ranger District, cross ...

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Beale Wagon Road Historic Trail

This historic trail has as much to offer the modern traveler as it did the ranchers and immigrants of the 1860s and 70s when it was a major interstate road stretching between Ft. Smith, Arkansas and the Colorado River. Broad vistas stretch out across a backdrop of high mountain ...

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Benham Trail Trail

This trail starts in ponderosa pine and oak thickets, and climbs into the mixed conifer forest on Bill Williams Mountain. At several places along the trail the hiker has a good view of the forest below and the distant peaks. Although there is no water in the area, cool ...

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Bill Williams Mountain Trail

This trail starts in ponderosa pine and oak thickets. As it crosses West Cataract Creek, it goes through stands of aspen and fir carpeted by a dense ground cover of ferns, Oregon grape and Arizona wild rose. At several places on the trail, the hiker has a good view ...

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Bixler Saddle Trail

This trail starts at Bixler Saddle, at an elevation of 7700 feet, on the west side of Bill Williams Mountain. From that point, it climbs through stands of ponderosa pine, Gambel oak, Douglas fir, white fir and aspen to a junction with the Bill Williams Trail at an elevation ...

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Buckskinner, Clover Spring Loop, City Of William Link Trail

These trails are located on the lower slopes of Bill Williams Mountain. They offer the hiker access to the mountain and the Bill Williams Mountain Trail from the City of Williams and, if used together, provide opportunities for short loop walks through the forest of pine and oak. Clover ...

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Bull Basin Trail And Connector Trail

The Bull Basin Trail starts at a trailhead located off FR 90 A. Ascending Kendrick Mountain's north slope, it switchbacks up to a large meadow. The trail then turns south along a rocky ridge to a flat area where there is a spring, and on to the old Kendrick ...

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Davenport Hill Trail

The trail provides visitors to Dogtown Lake with an interesting, scenic day hike to the top of Davenport Hill and back. The higher elevation of the hill ( 7805 feet) and the northern exposure of the trail provide hikers with a cool climatic change and also a change in ...

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Dogtown Lake Trail

This trail provides visitors a pleasant route for a stroll around the lake. Another purpose for the trail is to prevent trampling damage to the immediate lake shore. The trail is maintained by the Williams Rotary Club. Length: 1.8 miles Rating: Easy. Trail is fairly flat. Use: Moderate Trailhead Location: Trailhead at 7100 ...

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East Rim Trail

This trail is located within the Saddle Mountain Wilderness. Beginning at East Rim Viewpoint, Trail #7 makes a steep descent down the rim of North Canyon, passing through mixed conifer forests, oak thickets, ferns, and rock cliffs, before joining the two forks of Trail #4 at the bottom. Because ...

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Jumpup-Nail Trail

This trail is located within Kanab Creek Wilderness. As it descends from Sowats point the trail offers a panoramic view of Sowats and Jumpup Canyons while dripping 2,000 feet among vermilion colored cliffs interspersed with natural rock sculptures, pockets of juniper and pinyon and steep, molded sandstone canyons. At ...

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Kendrick Trail

This is a hike to one of the highest vistas in northern Arizona. From Kendrick's 10,418 foot summit, you can see the Grand Canyon to the north and Oak Creek Canyon to the south. In addition to the impressive scenery, it's a good place to see wildlife, especially elk ...

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Keyhole Sink Trail

This trail provides the visitor with an easy to hike pathway to a scenic box canyon where prehistoric residents left their mark carved into the canyon's gray volcanic walls. Roughly 1,000 years ago, some ancient artisan or artisans pecked images into the dark basalt using another rock for a ...

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Lookout Canyon Trail

The Lookout Canyon Trail system runs through the bottom of Lookout Canyon (#120), Pratt Canyon (#121) and on a ridge into Lookout Canyon (#122). These narrow canyons are heavily forested with Ponderosa pine, spruce, fir and aspen as well as having a number of small grassy meadows. The trails ...

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Nankoweap Trail

This trail is located within the Saddle Mountain Wilderness. In 1881, J.W. Powell and C.D. Walcott blazed a horse trail into Nankoweap Basin by following an old Indian path. This is now the Grand Canyon National Park Nankoweap Trail that joins with Trail #57 on the Forest. Trail #57 ...

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