Fry Canyon Trail

Kachina Village, Arizona (Coconino County)

Last Updated: 04/19/2019
3 / 5 ( 1 review )
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Status: Open
Typically Open: Year Round
Length: 5.2 miles
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
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Highlight: Fry Canyon Trail
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.



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Route Information

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1. Exit 333 Intersection (0 mi)
The eastern trailhead is just east of I-17 Exit 333. It's a frontage road right in front of a Shell gas station.

Directions to Trailhead

Trailhead Coordinates: 35.090100, -111.687100

Starting Point: Head south from Flagstaff, Arizona

You can find this trail just of I-17 exit 333 on the west side as a frontage road in front of a Shell station. Along 89A it's on the east side of the road about ten miles south of Flagstaff and about sixteen miles north of Sedona.



Trail Reviews (1)

Status: Open
Offroaded on:
Neat little trail, good for a beginner. trail could be slippery in the rain or having just rained. Its always pretty in the trees south of Flagstaff. Nothing really to report regarding trail conditions. Way points and information are spot on.

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S.J. Hollist

Mapping Crew - Arizona and Florida

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