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15 Amazing Fall Color Hikes

Fall is the best time of year for much of the country. Crisp cool weather and sunny skies, bright golden foliage, and pumpkin spice everything. The leaves transition into a colorful medley of hues, transforming the green forest into a picture-perfect fall painting. Hiking is the best way to soak ...

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Hiking Hotspot: Flagstaff’s Incredible Inner Basin Trail

Lockett Meadow to Inner Basin, a spectacular 1.7 mile out-and-back journey through towering aspen trees, is Flagstaff’s premier fall and summer hike. If there is any trail to add to your Northern Arizona outdoor adventure bucket list, the Inner Basin hike is definitely one of the most ...

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A Beautiful Autumn Walk Along the Inner Basin Trail in Flagstaff

Flagstaff, a small town in Northern Arizona located at 7000 feet (the highest elevated city in the state of Arizona and one of the highest in the US), is the go to spot for a traditional fall getaway. The many aspen trees found along various hiking trails make it a popular leaf peeping destination ...

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Hiking the San Francisco Peaks: The Beautiful Aspen Loop Trail in Flagstaff

The Aspen Nature Loop trail is a picturesque, moderately easy, 1.5 mile loop hike, located at Arizona Snowbowl, one of the oldest ski resorts in the country. Snowbowl is located just 7 miles outside of Flagstaff (a beautiful high altitude mountain community). Although Snowbowl is a very popular ...

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An Easy Walk Through Towering Aspen Trees on Flagstaff’s Picturesque Veit Springs Loop

Flagstaff is home to a number of beautiful hikes, ranging in difficulty from a “no sweat 2” mile fitness loop around Buffalo Park, to an incredibly intense all day adventurous 9 mile trek up to Humphrey’s Peak, which at 12,637 feet, is the highest point in Arizona. For those ...

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