FR 292 Crazy Jug Point

Total Miles


2,268.86 ft


2 Hours

Technical Rating



Best Time

Spring, Fall

Trail Overview

FR 292 Crazy Jug Point is a beautiful drive that leads through a ponderosa pine forest to a view of the Grand Canyon looking into Tapeats Amphitheater. The spectacular canyonlands panorama includes Fishtail Mesa to the west, Steamboat Mountain, and Powell Plateau to the south. FR 292 Crazy Jug Point is a 4.6-mile point-to-point trail rated 2 of 10 located in the Kaibab National Forest. FR 292 is accessed from FR 425 Big Saddle Trail. At the southern end of the trail, follow the signs to the overlook. There is a "no camping" sign at Crazy Jug Trailhead to Crazy Jug Point. Remote dispersed camping is allowed anywhere north of the trailhead area. Crazy Jug Canyon was formed by an extinct geologic fault line and runs very close to Crazy Jug parking and by Crazy Jug Point. It is a short walk downhill from parking to Crazy Jug Point. Watching the sun set over the Grand Canyon is exceptional and the night sky views are amazing. The trail is open year-round; however, it is not plowed in the winter and may be inaccessible due to snow. There is no cell phone coverage in the area and the nearest fuel is either at Jacob Lake or inside the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park. The nearest services can be found in Fredonia.

Photos of FR 292 Crazy Jug Point

FR 292 Crazy Jug Point
FR 292 Crazy Jug Point
FR 292 Crazy Jug Point


This is a county dirt road with infrequent or light maintenance after rain or snow. High-clearance, light-duty 4WD may be required.

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Status Reports

Dean Dearing
Apr 29, 2024
2012 Toyota 4Runner
Camped mid-June with snow only present in the shaded spots. Jug Point site was taken, but several dispersed campsites along all the trails. We camped off Millet Brink Trail & saw noone in 2 days camping.

Access Description

Starting at the Kaibab Plateau Visitor Center, go south on AZ 67 for 0.25 miles and turn right on Forest Road (FR) 461. Drive 5.5 miles and go right on FR 462. On FR 462, drive 3 miles to the intersection of FR 22 and turn left (south). Continue south on FR 22 for approximately 12 miles and turn right onto FR 425. Stay on FR 425 for 10 miles to the intersection with FR 292.

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