The Coconino National Forest is located in the center of Arizona
Where is this Forest?

 
Wildflowers explode with blooms along Humphreys Trail, framing the view of the distant desert beyond.

Photo (above, Flickr): Wildflowers explode in bloom alongside the route to the very top of Arizona, Humphreys Trail. on the Flagstaff Ranger District. Taken July 2015 by Brent Johnston. Credit: USDA Forest Service, Coconino National Forest.

The Coconino National Forest is one of the most diverse National Forests in the country with landscapes ranging from the famous red rocks of Sedona to Ponderosa pine forests, from southwestern desert to alpine tundra. Explore mountains and canyons, fish in small lakes, and wade in lazy creeks and streams.

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Sun obscured by heavy smoke

If you are experiencing smoke impacts from a fire on the Coconino NF, please submit a smoke report or complaint and we will get your information to fire managers and forest leadership.

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