Fall Color Fall color is sweeping through the Coconino National Forest! Read the Fall Color Report for detailed information as the season progresses. Photo: Maples are starting to turn in the West Fork of Oak Creek Canyon October 13, 2016. (USFS) [Flickr]
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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Notes & Notices
Little Bear Trail Thanks to the amazing Flagstaff community and many partner organizations Little Bear Trail in the 2010 Schultz Fire burn area of the Dry Lake Hills north of Flagstaff is once again open!
Prescribed Burns, Flagstaff Burn operations are planned the week of October 17, 2016 in the Griffith Springs and Pine Canyon subdivision areas south of Flagstaff. There may be delays or temporary closures on Griffith Springs Loop, Flagstaff Loop, Arizona Trail AZT-33, and Skunk Canyon during active burn operations. See Flagstaff prescribed burn maps and details on Inciweb for updates. These planned burns were postponed due to recent rains.
Forest Plan Revision See the September 2016 Update and Proposed Revised Plan to view the draft response to comments, read about our recent efforts, and see where we're heading from here. The final responses to your comments will be included in the FEIS. Public comments are now closed as we work towards the final release of the plan projected for spring 2017.