Kendrick Peak Trail
This hike is in what is known as the Kendrick Mountain Wilderness. The round trip distance is 9.2 miles. At the top over 10,418 ft, you will find an outdoor yoga like no other. Again, overlooking the Grand Canyon to the north, and looking at the San Francisco Peaks to the east. It is a challenging hike. Like Humphreys Peak, not for the lighthearted. You are sure to never forget the experience... in what I like to call... a good way.
Additionally, we start this hike early, so we don’t challenge afternoon adverse weather. Depending on how you move up and down, with an hour of yoga on top of the helicopter launch pad, your time spent is 5 to 6.5 hours to make the trip happen. We can either meet at the trail head or meet on the road we turn off on the main highway, the choice is yours. As always, we don’t have to reach the top, we can stop, when you feel enough is enough. Yoga is not a contest; it is about being conscious and healing your body and feeling better.
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 = $200
- 2 People = $200
- 3 People = $225
- 4 People = $250
- 5 People = $275
- 6 People = $300
- $25 for Each Additional Person
- Parking Cost: Free
- Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult (Should Be For Some One That Exercises Often)
- Hike Duration: 300 to 360 minutes
- Directions: From Flagstaff, take Hwy 180 to FR 193, about 10 miles north of the turnoff to Arizona Snowbowl; turn left on FR 193 and continue to FR 171; turn right on FR 171 and go 2 miles to FR 190; turn right on FR 190 and go 1 mile to the parking area.