Total Miles


2,236.18 ft


0.5 Hours

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Best Time

Fall, Summer, Spring

Trail Overview

Chimney is an easy and flowy single track in the trail system north of Flagstaff that goes through a dry pine tree forest. The trail has lots of easy curves, small rocks, and roots, and is mostly flat, making it great for a beginner rider. There is one tiny shelfy section with a small root ledge, otherwise, there are no obstacles. The trail goes west to east from the intersection with Moto and passes a signed intersection with Flue. The east end stops at Schultz Pass Road.


This trail is consistently a 2 difficulty based on no obstacles, and easy dry alpine terrain that is great for a beginner.

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Access Description

The Fort Valley Trail System is a small trail system north of Flagstaff, Arizona, with a mix of easy to challenging single-track trails. There is a staging area off Fort Valley Road and 164B that is a parking lot good for several trucks and small trailers. There is no camping allowed here.

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