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Schultz Pass Road Scenic Drive

Basics
Location:
Just north of Flagstaff
Setting:
Mountainous
Surface:
Paved and Dirt / Gravel
Suitable Vehicle:
Passenger Car
Length:
26 mile loop
Time:
1-2 hours
Season:
April - November

Description

Schultz Pass Road Scenic Drive once served as a short cut from settlements in the eastern part of the Flagstaff area to downtown. Today, it plays an important role as the quickest route to escape the hustle and bustle of the city for the peace and quiet of the national forest. This drive provides easy access to great views of the San Francisco Peaks, cool ponderosa pine forests, lots of hiking trails, picturesque picnic spots where you can spend the day or set up camp. In the fall it has a good display of colorful aspens and there is even a good chance you'll see some of the resident elk, mule deer or other animals.

You can drive it in your car, pedal it on your mountain bike or even ride it on horseback. However you choose to visit this popular area, you'll no doubt find others doing the same Please show them the same consideration you would like to be shown in return.

Details

Location:
Just north of Flagstaff
Setting:
Mountainous
Surface:
Paved and Dirt / Gravel
Suitable Vehicle:
Passenger Car
Length:
26 mile loop
Time:
1-2 hours
Main Roads:
US-89 N
Season:
April - November
Additional Details:
To get there:

Drive north from Flagstaff about 2 miles on US 180. Just beyond the Museum of Northern Arizona, turn east on FR 420. Follow this route up and over Shultz Pass to US 89 where you''ll turn right for the return trip to Flagstaff.

Map + Directions

Basic Directions
Drive north from Flagstaff about 2 miles on US 180. Just beyond the Museum of Northern Arizona, turn east on FR 420. Follow this route up and over Shultz Pass to US 89 where you'll turn right for the return trip to Flagstaff.
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