Scholz Lake

Scholz Lake Trail

The Scholz Lake Trail is located at Scholz Lake in Kaibab National Forest just off Garland Prairie. It’s a high altitude lake sitting at around 6700 ft above sea level. The trail is what I would consider an easy hike being the elevation change is fairly gradual.

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Sycamore Point

One of the most underrated spots in Arizona is Sycamore Canyon. Sycamore Point offers the widest view of the canyon some 20 miles down a dirt road which starts out in Kaibab National Forest and ends up in Coconino National Forest. This isn’t a trail, although there are a few meandering mini-trails along the lookout edge.

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Laws Spring

Laws Spring Trail and Beale Wagon Trail

Tucked away into the Kaibab plateau, Laws Spring is one of the best kept secrets in Kaibab National Forest. In an area starved for water, Laws Spring has been a reliable water source for generations dating back to indigenous people as verified by the many petroglyphs left behind that are surrounding the spring

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Keyhole Sink Trail

Keyhole Sink Trail

Keyhole Sink Trail is one of my favorite trails because not many know about it and the convenience of it being in our backyard practically. If you are into petroglyphs (rock art) this hike is a wonderful payoff for a very short walk. Keyhole Sink is part of numerous structures that were formed in the aftermath of volcanic activity. Beyond the petroglyphs, in the Spring you can watch a tremendous rush of water flowing over into Keyhole Sink from snowmelt.

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Upper Antelope Canyon

Upper Antelope Canyon is one of the many slot canyons in the southwest United States, but probably the most notable and famous. Located in Page, AZ on the Navajo Indian Reservation – Antelope Canyon consists of both an upper and lower section. The Upper Antelope Canyon is only accessible through a guided tour done by several tour companies run mainly by the Navajo Indians. Lower Antelope Canyon can be a self guided hike.

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