Schnebly Hill Trail
Schnebly Hill s a system trail in the Coconino National Forest. Designated as Trail #158, it is well marked with signs and easy to follow. Starting at climbs moderately and steadily up the west face of Schnebly Hill following the original alignment of Schnebly Hill Road. There are some magnificent red rock views for the first 0.75 miles which is unshaded. The trail enters partial shade and at 1.25 miles, where the roadbed turns sharply to the left, take the trail on the right which is signed "Munds, Jacks, Hot Loop". It climbs moderately in shade for nearly 0.75 mile, passing through 2 cattle gates, and emerging on a large, open expanse near Committee Tank.
FINDING THE TRAILHEAD
From the junction of Routes 89A and 179, take 179 south 0.3 miles. Turn left on Schnebly Hill Road just past the Oak Creek Bridge and go 5 miles (0.6 miles beyond the winter closure gate) to a turnout on the left. Park here and walk 100 yards down the road to the signed trailhead for Schnebly Hill Trail on the east side. Schnebly Hill Rd. is a jeep road. High clearance required. Four wheel drive strongly recommended.
2.2 miles out and back
3-4 hours round trip
Yes. Must be leashed at all times. Please pick up after your pet and pack it out.