Loop Trail - Campbell Mesa to AZT Connector

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0.6 Miles 0.9 Kilometers


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12' 4 m

Ascent

-30' -9 m

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6,707' 2,044 m

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6,679' 2,036 m

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6%

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An important connector across Hwy 40. A bit dusty but still good fun.

Tyler Williams

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From the South: at about the furthest northwest point on the Anasazi Loop, there will be a sign for the Flagstaff Loop Trail heading off to the north. It will head downhill, under the 40, and back up hill to a trailhead on Rt 66. If you want to continue following the loop trail at this point, you'll need to take Rt. 66 north for maybe a quarter mile over the railroad tracks, then at the first trailhead on your right, head up a dirt road for about 100 feet until you see signs for the AZ trail. To continue your counter-clockwise trip on the loop trail, turn left.

From the north: the loop trail starts at an unmarked trailhead about 100 yards from the Rt 66/hwy 40 junction. Go through a nice new gate and head south under hwy 40. The initial descent has some deep/loose dusty dirt. From the 40 underpass, head uphill gently and you'll soon tee into the Anasazi Loop.

Important: remember to close all of the gates otherwise cows are liable to wander up onto the interstate.

This is the newest segment of the Flagstaff Loop Trail, completed 6/29/13.

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