Hike the Campbell Mesa Trails in Flagstaff

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At 7,000 to 12,633 feet in elevation, Flagstaff is a favorite summer escape. Take the whole family on the easy, scenic loops of the Campbell Mesa Trails.

Getting There: From Flagstaff, go east on Interstate 40 (toward Albuquerque) to the Country Club Road exit 201. Go 1 mile south (right) to Old Walnut Canyon Road (Forest Road 303), turn east (left) and continue 1 mile to the parking area. The trailhead is located roughly 300 feet beyond the gate.

Length: 5 loops totaling 11.3 miles.

  • Anasazi Loop 2.8 miles
  • Continental Loop 1.9 miles
  • Campbell Mesa Loop 4.9 miles
  • Walnut Meadows Loop 3.9 miles
  • Sinagua Loop 1.4 miles

Rating: easy

Kid Friendly: YES

Pet Friendly: YES

Elevation: 6,723-6,880 feet

Best Season: April-October


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