This was an easy and scenic trail just north of Flagstaff on 180. The landscape starts with junipers and brush then you dip into a wash and follow that through ridges of what appears to be hardened volcanic ash. The trail ends in the center of an old cinder cone with dramatic rock formations. You can roam around and check out the unusual landscape, but then head back the same way to the trail head. We had hoped to see more wildlife, but were greeted by mostly birds and some large jack rabbits. A herd of cattle grazes in the area and could mostly be seen near the parking area.
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