Kendrick Snowmobile Trail System - Flagstaff, AZ - Arizona - Kendrick Snowmobile Trail System
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Kendrick Snowmobile Trail System
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The Kendrick Snowmobile Trail System provides approximately 54 miles of designated snowmobile routes north of Flagstaff with three vehicle parking/trailheads. The trail system is supported through a grant from the Arizona State Parks. Although primarily used by snowmobilers in the winter, be alert for dog sledders, cross country skiers and other winter sport enthusiasts.
The Kendrick Snowmobile Trail System is at an elevation of 7,500 to 8,000 feet and passes between the five hundred thousand to three million year-old volcanoes of Kendrick Peak and the San Francisco Peaks in primarily ponderosa pine forest with aspen and oak.

Facilities: Kendrick Snowmobile Trail System offers marked trails and parking areas. There is no trash service along the trails so visitors must pack out their trash.

Best Time To Visit: Open dates depend on snow accumulation, but can be from November to March, depending on snowfall, temperatures. When there is sufficient snow, the area is open daily.

Fees: There are no use fees for this area.

Accessibility: Unknown

Rules: Many winter travel routes are open to snowmobiles as well as cross-country skiers, snowshoers, and dog sledders. When sharing routes, consideration for others is necessary for the maximum enjoyment and safety of all users.

Directions: To reach Kendrick Snowmobile Trail System there are three trailheads. The Wing Mountain Trailhead is approximately 3 miles northwest of the Arizona Snowbowl Road (Milepost 223) on Highway 180, turn left at just before milepost 226 onto FR 222B and travel about 1 mile to the trailhead.

The Crowley Trailhead is located approximately 10.2 miles north of the Snowbowl Road on Highway 180 (0.2 miles past FR 193) on the left side of the highway.
The Walker Lake Trailhead is about 12.6 miles north of Snowbowl Road on highway 180, left into paved parking lot.
US 180 is paved. Forest Road 222B is graveled. Both are generally plowed, but they can be hazardous due to winter conditions. Travel time from Flagstaff is usually around 30 minutes.

Map: Click here for a map to Kendrick Snowmobile Trail System

Reservations: Reservations are not needed or required at Kendrick Snowmobile Trail System.

Coconino National Forest
5075 N. Highway 89
Flagstaff, Arizona 86004
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