|Typically Open:||Year Round|
|Highest Elevation:||6800 feet|
|Duration:||About 45 minutes|
|Shape of Trail:||Straight Through|
|Best Direction to Travel:||N/A|
|Nearest Town:||Kachina Village|
|Nearest Town w/ Services:||Flagstaff|
|Official Road Name:||237|
|Management Agency:||Coconino National Forest|
|District:||Flagstaff Ranger District|
Fry Canyon Trail is a beautiful forest road nestled in the mountains between Sedona and Flagstaff. It is a nice shortcut between I-17 and 89A to get you close to the forest roads on the west side of 89A, above the Mogollon Rim. It also provides a great place for camping, though it can be a bit crowded in the Summer; especially on weekends.
The eastern trailhead is just east of I-17 Exit 333. It's a frontage road right in front of a Shell gas station.
Starting Point: Head south from Flagstaff, Arizona