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Kendrick Park Watchable Wildlife Trail, AZ

AZ > Flagstaff > Flagstaff NW
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Distance Round Trip 0.25 miles
Trailhead Elevation 7,894 feet
Avg Time Round Trip 15 minutes
Interest Historic
Backpack No
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Author hoopshiker
author avatar Guides 2
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Trips 16 map ( 103 miles )
Age 29 Male Gender
Location Glendale, Arizona
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Preferred   Sep, May, Jun, Aug
Seasons   Late Spring to Early Autumn
Sun  7:01am - 6:20pm
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by hoopshiker

This hike would be a good hike for people with families or anyone that just wants to learn more about the area. I did the 0.25 mile loop which is paved although there is an option to extend your hike on a longer loop that is not paved and adds on 1 and a half miles that is said to be gentle. On the 0.25 mile portion you will see plenty of signs describing the nature in the area and also to watch and listen for the wildlife you may not see otherwise, a good introductory into wildlife viewing. There is also some history mixed in with a sign dedicated to Kendrick's Peak which is visible on the trail. This trail is a good stretch of the legs and a nice educational experience in the forest. Very good for anyone who would like to see the forest and wildlife but may have health issues or are recovering from injuries.

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2017-08-03 hoopshiker

    Coconino FS Details
    This trail bridges the habitats of forest and grassland making it an ideal location to encounter residents of both places.

    Wildlife live here. You may experience the presence of a wide variety of bird, insect and animal life on this unique trail.

    Some of the wildlife you may see are Steller's jay, northern flicker, pygmy nuthatch, hairy woodpecker, red-tailed hawk, mule deer, porcupine, pronghorn antelope, elk, Abert's squirrel, badger and coyote.

    Watch for animal tracks, scat, burrows and nests, traces of fur or feathers, and other signs that wildlife use this area. You will also see evidence of human impact on the environment.

    The local animal life, forest and grassland vegetation, wildfire occurrences, historic presence of man and many other stories are interpreted for you along the way. There are tremendous views of the San Francisco Peaks, Kendrick Mountain, and Kendrick Park.

    The Trails: There are two trails located at this site. A short loop is paved to allow wheelchair access. A longer loop is 4 feet wide with native surface and is located on flat terrain-- it is an easy hike. Both trails provide an educational interpretive experience.
    Length: Short Loop 1/4 mile -- paved for wheelchair access. Longer Loop one and one-half miles.
    Difficulty: Easy
    Hiking Time: Short Loop: 20 min., Longer loop: 1 hour
    WARNING! Hiking and outdoor related sports can be dangerous. Be responsible and prepare for the trip. Study the area you are entering and plan accordingly. Dress for the current and unexpected weather changes. Take plenty of water. Never go alone. Make an itinerary with your plan(s), route(s), destination(s) and expected return time. Give your itinerary to trusted family and/or friends.

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    Map Drive
    Paved - Car Okay

    To hike
    From Flagstaff head northwest on the 180 towards Kendrick Park. Right before you get into Kendrick Park, the trail will be on the left hand side with a big parking lot and a sign before you turn.
    page created by hoopshiker on Aug 03 2017 2:57 pm
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