Ponderosa Trails Park Hike
In the neighborhood of Ponderosa Trails in Flagstaff, there is a trail system that centers around Ponderosa Trails Park. True to its name, these trails are dotted with ponderosas, but there are also gorgeous carpets of wildflowers in the summer. If you live nearby, give it a try for your next walk in the park. This route is easy enough for all ages.
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Route Description for Ponderosa Trails Park Hike
In the neighborhood of Ponderosa Trails in Flagstaff, there are a couple of pleasant hiking trails that begin from Ponderosa Trails Park. These routes are easy, kid-friendly, dog-friendly on leash, and perfect for an evening or morning stroll. This hike is stroller-friendly and mostly used by walkers and runners. Consider bringing a book or a picnic to enjoy in the park after your walk.
You’ll have to park in a residential area for this hike, so just remember to park away from others’ driveways. From the trailhead on W Cattle Drive Trail near the charter school, hike towards the park. The route hugs the eastern border of the park. Once you reach the edge of the park, go right to hike along the ravine. The route ends at High Country Trail, where you can turn back and retrace your steps.
Getting to the Ponderosa Trails Park Hike Trailhead
The trailhead for Ponderosa Trails Park Hike is on W Cattle Drive Trail.
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