Hike Through Desert, Pine Trees, Mesas, And Ancient Volcanoes In Arizona’s Coconino National Forest

How many different landscapes can one area contain? If we’re talking about Coconino National Forest, the answer is “a lot.” From the iconic red rocks of Sedona to mountainous alpine tundra, this woodland expanse is one of the most diverse national forests in the country. These seven hikes outline just how stark the differences are:

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How many of these hikes have you embarked on? Did we miss your favorite hike in Coconino National Forest? Let us know your thoughts!

Address: Devil's Bridge Trail, Sedona, AZ 86336, USA
Address: 171B Forest Rd, Flagstaff, AZ 86001, USA
Address: Seven Sacred Pools, Arizona 86336, USA
Address: San Francisco Peaks, Arizona 86001, USA
Address: Elden Lookout Rd, Flagstaff, AZ 86001, USA
Address: Cathedral Rock, Arizona 86351, USA
Address: Fossil Creek Road, Pine, AZ 85544, USA