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Arizona Trail Passage 32 - Mt Elden

Basics
Location:
East of Flagstaff
Length:
14 miles (22.5 km)
Difficulty:
Intermediate
Trailhead Elevation:
6500 feet
Season:
March - November

Description

Great views of the San Francisco Peaks are a major feature of this section of the Arizona Trail.

Details

Location:
East of Flagstaff
Length:
14 miles (22.5 km)
Difficulty:
Intermediate
Trailhead Elevation:
6500 feet
Northern Trailhead at 8000
Season:
March - November
Fees:
No Fee
Useful Map(s):
Winona, Flagstaff East, Sunset Crater West, Humphreys Peak

Map + Directions

Basic Directions
Southern Trailhead:
Interstate 40 - West of Cosnino Exit
35.20249° N, 111.48559° W

Northern Trailhead:
Schultz Pass - Schultz Pass Trailhead
35.28684° N, 111.62627° W

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