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Kachina Peaks Wilderness, AZ

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Kachina Peaks Wilderness

Here's a Wilderness experience that takes you as high as you can get in Arizona. This 18,960 acre roadless area encompasses most of the upper reaches of the San Francisco Peaks including Humphreys...[more]




Location: 6 miles north of Flagstaff.

Access: Drive north from Flagstaff on U.S. 180 or U.S. 89. From U.S. 180, the Snowbowl Road and FR 418 and FR 420 provide access. From U. S. 89, FR's 418 and 420 provide access to lower slopes. FR 552 leads to Lockett Meadow and easiest access to the Inner Basin.


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Kachina Peaks Wilderness Map

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