Join our next Loop Trail work day on Observatory Mesa this Saturday, July 11th!Flagstaff Loop Trail Logo

We got a great start on this trail National Trail Day in June; we hope to connect to Cheshire this summer, please help us. Trail building is fun, you meet great folks who share your love of Flagstaff Trails, and you become part of the legacy of the Loop Trail in this great town. Saturday’s FORECAST = “Partly cloudy, High 85”.–Perfect!

We are staging once again on Observatory Mesa. Follow signs 1.6 miles from Thorpe Rd near Bark Park, north to Kinlani Dr, R on Curling Smoke Rd, R on Hogan Dr to cattle guard on left. Here’s a google MAP. The quarter mile of road after the cattle guard is a little rough. Our passenger car did fine, but some may prefer to hike or bike that last quarter mile.

We will serve coffee at 8am, followed by a short trail safety talk. Work begins at 8:30 and goes until lunch time.

Please come with sturdy shoes, long pants, water, sunscreen, and a hat or bike helmet; and gloves if you have some. Consider bringing raingear, weather is changesome. We will provide hard-hats, tools and equipment, guidance and training. Kids under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

You can help us prepare for the Loop Trail Day by pre-registering now so we can estimate lunch, coffee and equipment quantities. THANKS!

The BIKE RIDE has been cancelled due to an injury of one of the ride leaders!  We apologize for any inconvenience.

Bring your mountain bike! We will also be hosting a 5-10 mile no-drop group ride on the Mesa following the trail work and lunch. Bring your helmet and Join us!

Thanks to Biff’s Bagels, Late for the Train, and Coconino County Supervisor Matt Ryan for sponsoring this trail day.

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