Kaibab National Forest, AZ
US Forest Service
Located in northern Arizona, lies the Kaibab National Forest. The Grand Canyon of the Colorado River divides the North Kaibab and Tusayan Ranger Districts of the Kaibab National Forest. Elevations within the forest are as low as 5,500 feet in the southwest to a high of 10,418 feet on Kendrick Mountain near the east boundary. Most of the terrain is relatively level, except for numerous small knolls, a few mountains, the Mogollon Rim that cuts diagonally across the southwest portion of the forest, and Coconino Rim on Tusayan Ranger District. Pinon-Juniper woodlands are at lower elevations, Pondersoa pine forests are at middle elevations, and mixed conifer interspersed with aspen are at the higher elevations.
Address:800 South Sixth Street
Directions:From Williams, go north on State highway 64 to access the southern portion of the forest. The portion of forest located north of the Grand Canyon is accessable from Page via US highway 89, 89 Alt and State highway 67.