A fun relaxing easy to moderate hike. Our location is 2 miles in and 2 miles out. You will experience ancient forest of Douglas Firs, along with huge boulders being the remanence of the lava flows that once happened.
In the fall, it is one of the best trails in Arizona to see the fall colors. In the summer it has one of the best displays of ferns I have ever seen. Where we stop to practice yoga, you can see Bill Williams Mountain to the west and Kendrick Peak. We will charge up your body with incredible views as far as the eyes can see.
We meet on the lower parking lot to the south, just below the main entrance of the ski area known as Arizona Snowbowl.
As usual your guide will meet you at the trail head wearing a backpack with yoga mats attached and holding an ASU Umbrella.
- 1 Person = $250
- 2 People = $300
- 3 People = $400
- 4 People = $450
- 5 People = $500
- 6 People = $550
- $25 for Each Additional Person
- Parking Cost: Free
- Difficulty: Moderate (Not as steep as other Flagstaff hikes but you’re still at a 9000ft elevation)
- Hike Duration: 150 to 180 minutes
- Location: 17 miles north of Flagstaff on paved highways and graveled forest roads.
- Directions: Drive 7 miles northwest of Flagstaff on US 180 and turn north (right) on the Snowbowl Road (FR 516). Follow this paved road about 7 miles to the Snowbowl Ski Area. Drive into the first parking lot on the right (south). The Kachina trailhead is located at the south end of the parking lot.
- GPS: 35°19'36.5"N 111°42'40.6"W