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Basics
Location:
Along the northern edge of the city of Flagstaff.
Length:
5 1/2 miles
Difficulty:
Intermediate
Time:
3 1/2 hours
Elevation Change:
600 feet
Season:
April - November

Description

Oldham Trail begins in Buffalo Park, Flagstaff's urban forest park, and climbs gradually up the south slope of Mt. Elden, an extinct volcano.

Trail weaves through boulder fields and forest just below the west slope of Mt. Elden. Affords views of Oak Creek, the Painted Desert and Sunset Crater.

Books

From the coloful slopes of San Francisco Mountain to the scenic rim of Walnut Canyon, writer Bruce Grubbs picks out the best of the area’s plentiful hiking opportunities.

Location:
Along the northern edge of the city of Flagstaff.
Length:
5 1/2 miles
Difficulty:
Intermediate
Time:
3 1/2 hours
Elevation Change:
600
Season:
April - November
Useful Map(s):
USGS: Flagstaff West, Sunset West
Additional Details:
Directions:

North on San Francisco Street. At the light just past the hospital, turn right onto Forest Avenue. Forest Avenue will turn into Cedar Avenue. At the top of the hill, turn left onto Gemini. Go to the end. Go straight through the park. The trailhead starts near the natural gas substation. This is a loop. You will come to a T very early on. The trail to the left is slightly easier.

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