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Wing Mountain Cross-Country Ski Trails

Basics
Location:
9 miles north of Flagstaff
Length:
17 miles of marked ungroomed trails
Difficulty:
Easy to Difficult

Description

Eight miles north of Flagstaff, at the end of a short spur road, the US Forest Service has marked over seventeen miles of cross-country ski trails for free visitor use. No mechanized grooming is provided but tracks are usually skied in reasonably soon after a storm. Though the trails follow gently rolling terrain for the most part, a few of them have enough gradient to add some zest. Powder-covered hillsides adjacent to the trails provide opportunities for practicing your telemark or finding a little additional downhill excitement. Both novice and experienced skiers will find plenty to enjoy at Wing Mountain.

Details

Location:
9 miles north of Flagstaff
Grooming:
Ungroomed
Length:
17 miles of marked ungroomed trails
Difficulty:
Easy to Difficult
Season:
December - March

Map + Directions

Basic Directions
Drive 8 miles north from Flagstaff on US 180 and turn west (left) on FR 222B. It's 1 mile to a cinder pit parking lot.
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