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Nice well marked trail!

My wife and I took the Sandys Canyon Trail for a quick hike before a wedding we attended later that... read more

Reviewed June 15, 2016
Chandler, Arizona
Nice day hike

Lots of birds at beginning, but open on the bottom. Nice view at top of Fisher Point. About 7 mi... read more

Reviewed June 24, 2015
Craig T
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5 Apr 2017
“Walk in the woods”
20 Jul 2016
“Wonderful easy trail”
An easy one-mile hike near Flagstaff
Morman Lake Ranger District, 4825 S. Lake Mary Road, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
+1 928-774-1147
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Reviewed April 5, 2017 via mobile

Enjoyable walk in the woods. Once you drop down into the canyon take your time to make it all the way back to Fischer point and walk up into the canyon. 1st of the walk is shaded then you flatten out. Never to busy and...More

1  Thank Rim2RimFlagstaff
Reviewed July 20, 2016

Great hike, can be hot, bring plenty of water. Go all the way thru the canyon easily, then a moderate climb to a point with great views. Retrace your steps back to trailhead parking which is signed and just off Lake Mary Road. Good signage...More

1  Thank smthibs
Reviewed June 15, 2016

My wife and I took the Sandys Canyon Trail for a quick hike before a wedding we attended later that day. This trail is well marked and easy to follow. Lots of beautiful rock formations and canyon walls to observe and take photos of. We...More

2  Thank mike89t
Reviewed June 24, 2015

Lots of birds at beginning, but open on the bottom. Nice view at top of Fisher Point. About 7 mi roundtrip.

1  Thank Craig T
Reviewed July 31, 2013

Maybe the 'one mile,easy' route was staying on the rim? The descent into the canyon was about a 200' drop, pretty steep & rocky, glad I had trekking poles. Beautiful trail at the bottom that ties into the Arizona Trail and possibilities like Fisher Point...More

1  Thank AnnieBax
Reviewed June 10, 2013

Unexpectedly beautiful and diverse little hike. Mountain vistas and bizarre sandstone cliffs. Microspikes are fun mid-winter.

1  Thank G B
Reviewed May 28, 2013

The hike was reviewed by Arizona Highways. The hike was nice with a reward of beautiful canyon walls at the end. Early May would likely have had wildflowers and more butterflies. It is a great break from the heat of the Sonoran Desert in Phoenix.

4  Thank janojochal
Reviewed August 17, 2008

Northern Arizona has had a fairly good monsoon season this year (2008) allowing vegetation to flourish…including POISON IVY. Be aware! The Walnut Canyon (Sandy’s Canyon) area is overgrown with this poisonous plant! Ouch. Go somewhere else or, if you must (afterall, it is a beautiful...More

4  Thank ChloeFlagstaff_AZ
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