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  • SWR Chantilly posted a photo:

    Volcanic Arizona

    I really liked this view showing the more recent red volcanic foreground against the distant older snow-covered San Francisco Peaks near Flagstaff. Great place to visit.

  • Ardyspictures posted a photo:

    Just happened to be looking out the window. Another nice sunset tonight in Flagstaff using my Samsung Galaxy J-3

    another nice sunset tonight in Flagstaff

  • Coconino National Forest posted a photo:

    FR 418 Around the Peaks: September 19, 2017

    FR 418 near Reese Canyon, (between Abineau and Bear Jaw Canyons)

    Color is just starting to dust the San Francisco Peaks as the aspens leaves start to change. FR 418 runs east-west across the north side of the San Francisco Peaks, and offers many fantastic views. The aspens on the north side of the Peaks are particularly spectacular when they turn.

    Abineau-Bear Jaw Loop is one of the iconic fall color hikes. The aspens are particularly thick and plentiful along Bear Jaw Trail and the Waterline Road that make up the loop. While there are fewer aspens along Abineau Trail, the falling gold leaves among the pine, spruce, and fir trees can be absolutely magical.

    This is one of the views we use to guage the color along Abineau, Bear Jaw, and Waterline Road trails. Most of the aspens along these trails are visible from here.

    Based on this observation, there's only a smattering of color now that will increase through the end of September, likely peaking the first week of October.

    Photo taken September 19, 2017 by Deborah Lee Soltesz. Credit U.S. Forest Service Coconino National Forest.

  • Coconino National Forest posted a photo:

    Lockett Meadow: September 19, 2017

    Color is just starting to dust the San Francisco Peaks as the aspens leaves start to change. Based on observations from Lockett Meadow, there appears to be a lot of green along the lower part of Inner Basin Trail, and there maybe groups higher in the Inner Basin that may be 30% turned. The current estimate is that much of the area will peak the first week of October.

    Photo taken September 19, 2017 by Deborah Lee Soltesz. Credit U.S. Forest Service Coconino National Forest.

  • Coconino National Forest posted a photo:

    Lockett Meadow Campground: September 19, 2017

    The aspens in Lockett Meadow Campground are just beginning to turn, and many are still fully green. Expect good color the last week of September. The current estimate is that the campground area will peak the first week of October.

    Photo taken September 19, 2017 by Deborah Lee Soltesz. Credit U.S. Forest Service Coconino National Forest.

  • Coconino National Forest posted a photo:

    Lockett Meadow Campground: September 19, 2017

    The aspens in Lockett Meadow Campground are just beginning to turn, and many are still fully green. Expect good color the last week of September. The current estimate is that the campground area will peak the first week of October.

    Photo taken September 19, 2017 by Deborah Lee Soltesz. Credit U.S. Forest Service Coconino National Forest.

  • Coconino National Forest posted a photo:

    Lockett Meadow: September 19, 2017

    Color is just starting to dust the San Francisco Peaks as the aspens leaves start to change. Based on observations from Lockett Meadow, there appears to be a lot of green along the lower part of Inner Basin Trail, and there maybe groups higher in the Inner Basin that may be 30% turned. The current estimate is that much of the area will peak the first week of October.

    Photo taken September 19, 2017 by Deborah Lee Soltesz. Credit U.S. Forest Service Coconino National Forest.

  • Coconino National Forest posted a photo:

    Lockett Meadow Campground: September 19, 2017

    The aspens in Lockett Meadow Campground are just beginning to turn, and many are still fully green. Expect good color the last week of September. The current estimate is that the campground area will peak the first week of October.

    Photo taken September 19, 2017 by Deborah Lee Soltesz. Credit U.S. Forest Service Coconino National Forest.

  • Coconino National Forest posted a photo:

    FR 418 Around the Peaks: September 19, 2017

    Color is just starting to dust the San Francisco Peaks as the aspens leaves start to change. FR 418 runs east-west across the north side of the San Francisco Peaks, and offers many fantastic views. The aspens on the north side of the Peaks are particularly spectacular when they turn.

    Abineau-Bear Jaw Loop is one of the iconic fall color hikes. The aspens are particularly thick and plentiful along Bear Jaw Trail and the Waterline Road that make up the loop. While there are fewer aspens along Abineau Trail, the falling gold leaves among the pine, spruce, and fir trees can be absolutely magical.

    Photo taken September 19, 2017 by Deborah Lee Soltesz. Credit U.S. Forest Service Coconino National Forest.

  • Coconino National Forest posted a photo:

    Lockett Meadow: September 19, 2017

    Color is just starting to dust the San Francisco Peaks as the aspens leaves start to change. Based on observations from Lockett Meadow, there appears to be a lot of green along the lower part of Inner Basin Trail, and there maybe groups higher in the Inner Basin that may be 30% turned. The current estimate is that much of the area will peak the first week of October.

    Photo taken September 19, 2017 by Deborah Lee Soltesz. Credit U.S. Forest Service Coconino National Forest.

  • Coconino National Forest posted a photo:

    FR 418 Around the Peaks: September 19, 2017

    Color is just starting to dust the San Francisco Peaks as the aspens leaves start to change. FR 418 runs east-west across the north side of the San Francisco Peaks, and offers many fantastic views. The aspens on the north side of the Peaks are particularly spectacular when they turn.

    Photo taken September 19, 2017 by Deborah Lee Soltesz. Credit U.S. Forest Service Coconino National Forest.

  • Coconino National Forest posted a photo:

    Lockett Meadow Campground: September 19, 2017

    The aspens in Lockett Meadow Campground are just beginning to turn, and many are still fully green. Expect good color the last week of September. The current estimate is that the campground area will peak the first week of October.

    Photo taken September 19, 2017 by Deborah Lee Soltesz. Credit U.S. Forest Service Coconino National Forest.

  • Coconino National Forest posted a photo:

    FR 418 Around the Peaks: September 19, 2017

    This view is near Bear Jaw Canyon along Forest Road 418. Color is just starting to dust the San Francisco Peaks as the aspens leaves start to change. FR 418 runs east-west across the north side of the San Francisco Peaks, and offers many fantastic views. The aspens on the north side of the Peaks are particularly spectacular when they turn.

    Photo taken September 19, 2017 by Deborah Lee Soltesz. Credit U.S. Forest Service Coconino National Forest.

  • Coconino National Forest posted a photo:

    Pedals vs. Pistons 2017

    Volunteers gather round for a well-earned slice of pie.

    "Pedals vs. Pistons vs. Horseshoes vs. Hiking Boots" is an annual volunteer trail work event on the Flagstaff Ranger District. The event brings together four different forest user groups to work together to improve an area trail. The 2017 volunteer work project was the Upper Moto Trail on the San Francisco Peaks, a motorized, multi-use trail in the Fort Valley Trail System. Participants broke into work teams

    The event is put on by Flagstaff Biking Organization, Coconino Trail Riders, Coconino Horseman's Alliance, and Northern Arizona Trail Runners Association, with support and guidance by the Coconino National Forest Flagstaff Ranger District. This year Seeds of Stewardship brought a youth group of young men and women who are part of its Gear Girls and Peaks-to-Park programs to add to the "Pedals" participants.

    The group that brings in the most participants holds the trophy for the year. For 2017, Pedals (Flagstaff Biking Organization) reliquished the trophy to Pistons (Coconino Trail Riders).

    Pedals vs. Pistons was held September 16, 2017. Photo by Sean Golightly. Credit U.S. Forest Service Coconino National Forest.

  • Coconino National Forest posted a photo:

    Pedals vs. Pistons 2017

    The gear-shot: trail tools and hard-hats happily returned.

    "Pedals vs. Pistons vs. Horseshoes vs. Hiking Boots" is an annual volunteer trail work event on the Flagstaff Ranger District. The event brings together four different forest user groups to work together to improve an area trail. The 2017 volunteer work project was the Upper Moto Trail on the San Francisco Peaks, a motorized, multi-use trail in the Fort Valley Trail System. Participants broke into work teams

    The event is put on by Flagstaff Biking Organization, Coconino Trail Riders, Coconino Horseman's Alliance, and Northern Arizona Trail Runners Association, with support and guidance by the Coconino National Forest Flagstaff Ranger District. This year Seeds of Stewardship brought a youth group of young men and women who are part of its Gear Girls and Peaks-to-Park programs to add to the "Pedals" participants.

    The group that brings in the most participants holds the trophy for the year. For 2017, Pedals (Flagstaff Biking Organization) reliquished the trophy to Pistons (Coconino Trail Riders).

    Pedals vs. Pistons was held September 16, 2017. Photo by Sean Golightly. Credit U.S. Forest Service Coconino National Forest.

  • Coconino National Forest posted a photo:

    Pedals vs. Pistons 2017

    The Pedals vs. Pistons trophy, awarded to the group that brings the most volunteers.

    "Pedals vs. Pistons vs. Horseshoes vs. Hiking Boots" is an annual volunteer trail work event on the Flagstaff Ranger District. The event brings together four different forest user groups to work together to improve an area trail. The 2017 volunteer work project was the Upper Moto Trail on the San Francisco Peaks, a motorized, multi-use trail in the Fort Valley Trail System. Participants broke into work teams

    The event is put on by Flagstaff Biking Organization, Coconino Trail Riders, Coconino Horseman's Alliance, and Northern Arizona Trail Runners Association, with support and guidance by the Coconino National Forest Flagstaff Ranger District. This year Seeds of Stewardship brought a youth group of young men and women who are part of its Gear Girls and Peaks-to-Park programs to add to the "Pedals" participants.

    The group that brings in the most participants holds the trophy for the year. For 2017, Pedals (Flagstaff Biking Organization) reliquished the trophy to Pistons (Coconino Trail Riders).

    Pedals vs. Pistons was held September 16, 2017. Photo by Sean Golightly. Credit U.S. Forest Service Coconino National Forest.

  • Coconino National Forest posted a photo:

    Pedals vs. Pistons 2017

    Breaking in new boots, a volunteer rests to dress her blisters.
    "Pedals vs. Pistons vs. Horseshoes vs. Hiking Boots" is an annual volunteer trail work event on the Flagstaff Ranger District. The event brings together four different forest user groups to work together to improve an area trail. The 2017 volunteer work project was the Upper Moto Trail on the San Francisco Peaks, a motorized, multi-use trail in the Fort Valley Trail System. Participants broke into work teams

    The event is put on by Flagstaff Biking Organization, Coconino Trail Riders, Coconino Horseman's Alliance, and Northern Arizona Trail Runners Association, with support and guidance by the Coconino National Forest Flagstaff Ranger District. This year Seeds of Stewardship brought a youth group of young men and women who are part of its Gear Girls and Peaks-to-Park programs to add to the "Pedals" participants.

    The group that brings in the most participants holds the trophy for the year. For 2017, Pedals (Flagstaff Biking Organization) reliquished the trophy to Pistons (Coconino Trail Riders).

    Pedals vs. Pistons was held September 16, 2017. Photo by Sean Golightly. Credit U.S. Forest Service Coconino National Forest.

  • Coconino National Forest posted a photo:

    Pedals vs. Pistons 2017

    Volunteer Gothic: never too tired for humor, these two strike a classic pose.

    "Pedals vs. Pistons vs. Horseshoes vs. Hiking Boots" is an annual volunteer trail work event on the Flagstaff Ranger District. The event brings together four different forest user groups to work together to improve an area trail. The 2017 volunteer work project was the Upper Moto Trail on the San Francisco Peaks, a motorized, multi-use trail in the Fort Valley Trail System. Participants broke into work teams

    The event is put on by Flagstaff Biking Organization, Coconino Trail Riders, Coconino Horseman's Alliance, and Northern Arizona Trail Runners Association, with support and guidance by the Coconino National Forest Flagstaff Ranger District. This year Seeds of Stewardship brought a youth group of young men and women who are part of its Gear Girls and Peaks-to-Park programs to add to the "Pedals" participants.

    The group that brings in the most participants holds the trophy for the year. For 2017, Pedals (Flagstaff Biking Organization) reliquished the trophy to Pistons (Coconino Trail Riders).

    Pedals vs. Pistons was held September 16, 2017. Photo by Sean Golightly. Credit U.S. Forest Service Coconino National Forest.

  • Coconino National Forest posted a photo:

    Pedals vs. Pistons 2017

    Flagstaff Ranger District trails expert, Matt Engbring, gave a safety briefing before volunteers moved down the trail to begin work.

    "Pedals vs. Pistons vs. Horseshoes vs. Hiking Boots" is an annual volunteer trail work event on the Flagstaff Ranger District. The event brings together four different forest user groups to work together to improve an area trail. The 2017 volunteer work project was the Upper Moto Trail on the San Francisco Peaks, a motorized, multi-use trail in the Fort Valley Trail System. Participants broke into work teams

    The event is put on by Flagstaff Biking Organization, Coconino Trail Riders, Coconino Horseman's Alliance, and Northern Arizona Trail Runners Association, with support and guidance by the Coconino National Forest Flagstaff Ranger District. This year Seeds of Stewardship brought a youth group of young men and women who are part of its Gear Girls and Peaks-to-Park programs to add to the "Pedals" participants.

    The group that brings in the most participants holds the trophy for the year. For 2017, Pedals (Flagstaff Biking Organization) reliquished the trophy to Pistons (Coconino Trail Riders).

    Pedals vs. Pistons was held September 16, 2017. Photo by Sean Golightly. Credit U.S. Forest Service Coconino National Forest.

  • Coconino National Forest posted a photo:

    Pedals vs. Pistons 2017

    Volunteers grab rock bars, pickaxes, shovels and more for the hard work ahead.

    "Pedals vs. Pistons vs. Horseshoes vs. Hiking Boots" is an annual volunteer trail work event on the Flagstaff Ranger District. The event brings together four different forest user groups to work together to improve an area trail. The 2017 volunteer work project was the Upper Moto Trail on the San Francisco Peaks, a motorized, multi-use trail in the Fort Valley Trail System. Participants broke into work teams

    The event is put on by Flagstaff Biking Organization, Coconino Trail Riders, Coconino Horseman's Alliance, and Northern Arizona Trail Runners Association, with support and guidance by the Coconino National Forest Flagstaff Ranger District. This year Seeds of Stewardship brought a youth group of young men and women who are part of its Gear Girls and Peaks-to-Park programs to add to the "Pedals" participants.

    The group that brings in the most participants holds the trophy for the year. For 2017, Pedals (Flagstaff Biking Organization) reliquished the trophy to Pistons (Coconino Trail Riders).

    Pedals vs. Pistons was held September 16, 2017. Photo by Deborah Lee Soltesz. Credit U.S. Forest Service Coconino National Forest.