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Picture Canyon - Flagstaff - 12 members in 19 triplogs have rated this an average 3.4 ( 1 to 5 best )
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Jul 29 2021
tibber
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Picture Canyon Loop counterclockwise, AZ 
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Hiking3.94 Miles 421 AEG
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Writing this 8-27-2021 for another hike I did on 7-29 following the Fatman's Loop. I was staying at the KOA so this was very convenient. I went counterclockwise. It was slightly humid still but little elevation change so not a big deal. I also did this hike last year with Ambika and Guru. I remember that on the north side it wasn't well marked but that has changed and it's easier to find your way. This route mostly follows the Tom Moody Loop.

The sky was a little volatile looking at times but I stayed dry throughout. The first stop is the reclamation pond but not much action here. I enjoyed some wildflowers as I made my way to my next stop at the old railroad bridge remnants (still amazed at the size of a couple of the timbers) and waterfall area. The waterfall was flowing nicely so I tested out my slo-mo on my phone. I saw a few people here.

As I went around the corner I could hear the water still so I checked to see if there was any visual and there wasn't. I continued on my way into the forest and over to the bridge over the Rio de Flag where some Orange Skimmers entertained me. I tried the Pro Video on my phone but the zoom results were so-so. I looked over the PictureGlyphs and once again tried the zoom function of my Pro Video of my phone. That seemed to look better on the glyphs than the Skimmer. I made my way around the northeast side and headed west.

I saw and heard a bird of prey as I hiked around the corner. I encountered two ladies that saw the same. They asked me to take their picture and they also commented on the humidity. I continued on the north side through the forest that provided some shade. I wanted to take a little nap but decided to go on since I only had less than a couple miles left. On this side of the trail you will see several former off-shoots but they are covered with some debris now and there are still occasional red tags on the trees directing you.

There are a couple different intersections including the one with the AZT and a crossover trail. Also, as you continue, there are two different trails but they take you to the same main trail. I encountered two more hikers here and another on the way out. When I got back to the TH it was packed with cars.

Here are a couple videos to go along with the hike. As usual, when I'm alone, I talk a lot... I know, shocking :stop:
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WATCH: 3.8 miles with avg bpm 130, max 154 (24% at max Level 5, 39% at anaerobic Level 4, 37% at aerobic Level 3) burning 774 calories. Starting temp 75.1 degrees and 44% humidity finishing at 12:20 PM
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Jul 08 2020
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Picture Canyon Loop, AZ 
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Hiking3.00 Miles 300 AEG
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Hike 1 of 2.
Wanted to do something short to break in some Backpacking Boots and was trying out an Insole Idea. This one's been on the List for awhile and I thought if I hit it first and early, there'd be some birding as well. Well, the birding was decent and Rio De Flag is pretty cool, but the Insole Idea was a flop. Everything started to hurt within a mile, so I alleviated and went back to default. Just too tight. Made my knees and legs achy the rest of the way and made me wonder if my part two was going to happen. Took my time and enjoyed the water. After the Hike I actually got some takeout breakfast and contemplated whether to still attempt the next hike. It was getting pretty warm in the sun and I wasn't sure how warm that hike would end up. I decided to go for it and will detail it in another triplog. This was a nice little Hike and you have a couple of different options for Loops actually. It was nice to see Flagstaff's only Waterfall. Too bad you're still in town where the city noises invade. Great spot to just get some exercise, although I imagine Flag has a bunch of spots to do that. Glad I finally got to see it though. Might be interesting at the height of migration for birding.
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Feb 23 2019
toddak
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Picture Canyon - FlagstaffFlagstaff, AZ
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Fine day for a little snowshoeing with the Missus
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Oct 23 2018
MountainMatt
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Hiking1.96 Miles 328 AEG
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Visiting family up north and had to stretch the legs somewhere.
As always a neat little place and cool to see in practically ever season now.

The smell at the start near the water treatment plant is brutal, it’s a mix of that and the nearby Purina dog food plant that make it a little gnarly.

Most water I’ve seen inside the canyon, some great flow!
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Feb 03 2018
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Picture Canyon - FlagstaffFlagstaff, AZ
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Hiking2.84 Miles 242 AEG
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A nice stroll with my family. Sure is warm for February 3rd. I wore a t-shirt and a skort. Enjoyed seeing the surprising waterfall and the petroglyphs, although we didn't find the pit house. The others said the water at the falls smelled bad, so perhaps it's just as well that I have a very poor sense of smell. I did catch a whiff of the nearby sewage treatment facility, but that was only near the parking area.
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May 13 2017
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Picture Canyon - FlagstaffFlagstaff, AZ
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Did a tour hike lead by some organization through part of Picture Canyon a couple weeks ago. This canyon has been going through a restoration process and looks pretty good. It also smells pretty good considering the water comes from the waste water treatment facility. This was a beautiful but very windy day in Flagstaff, though if you have ever been to Flag I am guessing you already new that. The canyon has several petroglyph sites and some pit houses as well. The waterfalls aren't too shabby either. Whatever group was leading the hike (sorry I can't remember their name), did a great job pointing out glyphs and explaining the history of the canyon. Definitely a lot to see and only a few minuets from the Flagstaff mall. I will have to do some more exploring here.
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Apr 26 2017
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Picture Canyon - FlagstaffFlagstaff, AZ
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chumley
Hiking1.38 Miles 145 AEG
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This was such a disappointment!

I was expecting the cool spot that Matt and azwater have posted, only to learn this place is like Papago Park. Incredible geology destroyed by crappy people visiting it.

It smelled like piss and there was a tire in the canyon. What is this, the rez? ](*,)

Visitation is a problem (myself included, obviously) with people making trails all over, climbing up and down into the canyon and destroying the vegetation. Without proper management (is it already too late?) this place will be destroyed.
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Apr 09 2017
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Hiking3.93 Miles 550 AEG
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Hiked the Tom Moody loop counterclockwise. Ended up losing the trail on the backside of the loop (must have missed the trailmarker) and a 2.5 mile loop hike turned into 4 miles. Still a great hike and was enough enough with kids. My boys absolutely loved seeing the waterfall.
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Dec 25 2016
MountainMatt
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Hiking2.06 Miles 241 AEG
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Perhaps one of the best Christmas mornings I've had in a very long time!
Just a quiet morning trudging around in a solid foot of perfect white untouched powder.
I of course was the only one out that morning so I had the whole place to myself which was the icing on the cake!
I had a little off trail fun climbing up into the canyon towards all the waterfalls and then exited straight up and out of the opposite steep northern cliffsides.
I was pretending I was doing a little "mountaineering" as I ascended out of the snowpacked icy canyon. :sl:

Merry Christmas you filthy animals!

*On a side notice I happened to notice that all the very large ponderosa pine trees that reside in the canyon bottom are either dead or dying... :-k
It's rather strange as all the other surrounding trees are fine besides the one in the "river" bottom.
Maybe @arizona_water can shed some light on this but all I know is that soapy water or whatever it is down there is not healthy for those hundred year old trees.
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I lived in Flagstaff for 18 years of my life and I can't believe today was my first time at Picture Canyon. Regardless that it is fueled by some strange smelling chlorine filled reclaimed water it is still a very nice little slice of canyon!
It's just a nice mixup to see a modest riparian habitat in my hometown! Never thought I'd see a waterfall in Flagtown :lol:
I made my way down to the bottom of the canyon and followed the water downstream until the canyon opened up and it became rather boring and featureless so I turned around and headed back to the many nice cascades.
I have only seen photos of this place from the same and most obvious viewpoint so I was on a mission to take some shots from the base of the main falls. Well I made it there just fine of course but when I attempted to walk out into the water a few feet to take some shots I immediately sank into some of the nastiest, stickiest and downright foul smelling mud Iv ever encountered. It was just like the quicksand type of soft mud I ran into at "Columbine Falls" which nearly left me trapt in its clutches. So unfortunately I did not get the photos I was hoping for since instead I had to resort to balancing on a mess of cattail all while still being sunk up to my knees in nasty reclaimed mud water.
Had fun climbing around the canyon and listening to the cascades, glad to have checked this one off the list.
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Jul 24 2016
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Picture Canyon - FlagstaffFlagstaff, AZ
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Hiking1.86 Miles 240 AEG
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In Flagstaff for work this weekend. Melody and I hiked down to the reclaimed water creek generated by Wildcat WWTP on the east side of town. The A+ effluent creates perennial flow in Rio de Flag through picture canyon, and it is beautiful. The first time I came here was in 2013. I did not want to follow the trail on the southern side of the canyon, and instead bushwhacked along the north side and dropped down to boulder hop along the "creek." This time I followed the trail and quickly discovered that there are a vast amount of user-created trails crisscrossing the designated track.

Picture Canyon is of course named for they petroglyphs, but this was my first time actually getting close enough to the southern rock wall to find any. I have posted a couple pictures from what looked to be glyphs, but I need my HAZ community to authenticate them. I know very little about petroglyphs, but I would love to learn more. Living in AZ now has provided that opportunity!

The monsoon came down hard on Monday and the rain lasted six hours. But when the clouds broke at sunset, we got some magnificent views from Snowbowl, looking west.


In conclusion, Rio de Flag in Picture Canyon is a really special place and the perfect quick stop to tack on to any trip to Flag. It's also really quiet and secluded, even on a summer weekend. I did enjoy being here in the winter more, but only because all of the vegetation had died down, and it was much easier to bolder hop/explore along the creek!
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Oct 15 2015
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This is a GREAT area that we have never explored until this trip. @ezpixels told me about it. Yucky area with the water treatment, etc. But so awesome that Flagstaff citizens saved this treasure. Only waterfall in Flag. Tons of petroglyphs. Awesome area for birds - little riparian area with creek.

Signs are pretty good going counter clockwise until you intersect with AZT. Then the signs overlap - then after you cross the bridge - it's a mess of signs - we got totally off route - went in circles for a bit. We should have stayed close to creek after the bridge. Ended up on a power line service road - then used Mapquest to parking area to find our way back. Kind of a mess and we missed seeing the petroglyphs on the opposite side of the waterfall.

Will definitely be coming back to this area again!
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Took someone special to see the waterfall. Not sure the smell from the treatment plant added much...but the falls were pretty.
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A nice mellow hike/walk. Saw the famous petroglyphs, and they are abundant. The area has undergone some major ecological restoration, which is evident, mainly riparian work. You can feel the community stewardship. Did some birding as well and noted a turkey vulture perched on a snag. A little gem tucked away within the city.
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Wendi found this hike and was part 3 of 3 adventures she had put together as a gift to celebrate my birthday. It took advantage of ASLD permit I got back in December. We spotted many of the petroglyphs after some searching in the canyon which is itself a little gem. Wendi was disappointed to have spotted a tiny baby coral(?) snake moving from one pencil sized hole into another. I of course was happy that she did. It was fun to watch the little stripes pass by until finally the tail passed by and into the hole. We never got see the head.
It was the end of a very full day and a lot of sun so decided to cut our trip here short to return another time when our perceptions won't be skewed by the heat stress and it's obligatory headaches. We were in shorts(zip-offs) today and the flora and evermore so the agave are pretty unfriendly in spots. Regretfully we didn't find the cave but I am happy to leave that for our next visit, perhaps in cooler temps when wearing long pants won't be a disadvantage.
The beginning of the hike may have change a tiny bit from the description provided on HAZ . The described signage stating "No unauthorized parking" is no longer there, or was misstated as "No motorized vehicles". There is also no south bound "dirt" road to follow but maybe currently paved. But the directions got us there and we just trusted our instincts to get us head east down a dirt path that brought us to ASLD signage and the Picture Canyon monument sign.
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Mar 26 2012
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Fun time exploring the area. Saw no one else.
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Oct 19 2011
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After hitting the Keyhole Sink, I decided to go out to Rain Valley past the cinder pits and the wastewater treatment plant. I parked off of Rain Valley Road where it intersects the Arizona Trail on the left. I had no idea where I was going but that's how I usually like it. Saw a lot of Stellar's Jays and a few Red-Tail Hawks along the way, plus a horde of Lewis's Woodpeckers going back and forth from a clump of oaks to a big ponderosa snag. After crossing under the power lines the AZ Trail intersects a dirt road (probably truck access for the cinder pit or the water plant). I decided to go left and take the dirt road. After a few minutes I found myself on the rim above Picture Canyon. I boulder-hopped down to the canyon floor, spotting petroglyphs along the way. I didn't realize how many panels were down there in the canyon, absolutely incredible! I hiked upstream towards the waterfall, snapped some pictures, and then headed downstream on the opposite side. The Rio de Flag continues down about a half a mile until it is crossed by the Arizona Trail and a relatively new looking bridge. Spotted many more birds in the weeds near the creek but they were fast and small so I couldn't make any good ID's. Took the AZ Trail back to my car. Got lots of pictures, of this hike and of Keyhole Sink, so I'll be posting those soon! Wonderful area to explore and so close to town!
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Can't believe I've lived here for 26 years and not KNOWN about this hike!!! (Special thanks to fotogirl for the description)

My 8 year old son and I ventured out not really knowing what to expect. What we saw was some pretty amazing rock art, some smelly, foamy waterfalls and we even rustled up a fox who did his best to stay away from us. The water seemed to be really running out of the treatment plant at quite a pace and the sound of rushing water was omnipresent.

We crossed the treatment plant and took the south trail which had AWESOME views of this "man made" waterfall. A few hundred yards later, we quickly went down into the canyon as safety permitted...saw a few petrogylphs on that side then crossed the stream to the other side. We didn't see much to start and started to get discouraged, but eventually found a LARGE cave and then many more petroglyphs just west. (Was really wondering what was further DOWN the canyon, perhaps even more???)

Weather was perfect and we had a nice time together. This brief little 1 miler should be on your list if you haven't experienced it yet.
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Took the GPS and pictures to post the first description and photoset for this hike! Although it was very windy in town, the wind didn't make it down into the canyon. Ran into a young couple with two friendly dogs. Took about 2 hours to find the glyphs and take the pictures.
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