Important Trail Updates & Closures

Due to the high risk of forest fires as well as the current fires in town, please follow the trail closures and guidelines below for trail access and use.

Flagstaff Trails Closed until Further Notice

Coconino National Forest Closed to the Public

Coconino NF going into full closure on Wednesday at 8 a.m. FLAGSTAFF, Ariz., June 21, 2021 — Due to fire danger, dry conditions, and persistent wildfire activity during a time […]

Flagstaff Moves to Stage 4 Fire Restrictions

The city of Flagstaff will enter Stage Four fire restrictions at 8 a.m. on June 23, 2021 in an effort to reduce the potential for unintentional human-caused wildfires within the […]

What is the Flagstaff Trails Initiative?


The Flagstaff Trails Initiative (FTI), is a forming 501c3 trail-centric non-profit whose mission is to elevate trails in and around Flagstaff from good to extraordinary.

The purpose of FTI is to develop and implement a collaborative, cross-jurisdictional strategy for recreational trails in the Flagstaff region of Coconino County, Arizona that will improve upon the old trail system to create an extraordinary trail network for the community. FTI’s board works in conjunction with land managers, businesses, community members and other non-profits to improve the quality, connectivity, funding and community support for a sustainable trail system that balances the demand for recreation with the community’s vision for conservation, development, and health.