Kendrick Snowmobile Trail System

Area Status: Open
This area is Open
 

The Kendrick Snowmobile Trail System provides approximately 54 miles of designated snowmobile routes north of Flagstaff with three vehicle parking/trailheads. The trail system is supported through a grant from the Arizona State Parks. Although primarily used by snowmobilers in the winter, be alert for dog sledders, cross country skiers and other winter sport enthusiasts.

The Kendrick Snowmobile Trail System is at an elevation of 7,500 to 8,000 feet and passes between the five hundred thousand to three million year-old volcanoes of Kendrick Peak and the San Francisco Peaks in primarily ponderosa pine forest with aspen and oak.

These areas are home to elk, deer, coyote, porcupine, squirrel and other animals. Keep in mind that these animals need to conserve energy over the long winter months. Chasing animals, needlessly revving engines and other behavior uses valuable energy reserves of the animals, risks your well-being and lessens your wilderness experience. Enjoy wildlife from a distance. There are also cattle that can be found in the area.

 

Loop Trailhead Features
Slate Loop Kendrick Park  
Horseshoe Hills Kendrick Park Old logging railroad
Malpais Wing Mountain or Crowley Lava River Cave
Trick Tank Wing Mountain  
Wing Mountain Wing Mountain  
Pipeline Wing Mountain  

 

See Winter Recreation Map and Information for more about winter sports and snowplay in the Flagstaff area.

At a Glance

Usage: Light-Medium
Best Season: December thru March
Closest Towns: Flagstaff, AZ
Operated By: Flagstaff Ranger District - 928-526-0866

General Information

General Notes:

Attractions: Cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, dog sledding, sightseeing, photography

Facilities: Parking

Road Conditions: US-180 is paved. Travel time from Flagstaff to Kendrick Park parking lot is usually around 30 minutes.


Directions:

General Location: 13 to 20 miles northwest of Flagstaff off of Highway 180

Access:

 

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Kendrick Snowmobile Trail Map

 

Cover of the 2016 Coconino NF Over-Snow Vehicle Use Map Snowmobile Map [PDF, 12 MB]: The Over-Snow Vehicle Use Map shows areas and routes where snowmobiles and other over-snow motorized vehicles may be legally operated.

 

Map of wintertime recreation sites around Flagstaff, Arizona See our Winter Recreation page for a recreation map, backcountry permit information, and more info!

 

Flagstaff Winter Recreation Hotline (Flagstaff CVB)
1-844-256-SNOW (7669)

 


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Location

 
  Area/Length : 
54 miles

  Latitude : 
35.402033

  Longitude : 
-111.755819

 



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