Crowley Pit - Flagstaff, AZ - Arizona - Crowley Pit
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 Winter Sports
Flagstaff Snow Guide by The Outdoor Princess
Crowley Pit
GPS Coordinates: N 35° 22.727 W 111° 47.289
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Crowley Pit, elevation 8000 feet, is a very popular sledding area among Flagstaff residents. Crowley Pit has several different size hills that vary in steepness and length. This area is part of the Coconino National Forest, and it is open to the public to use at their own risk.
There is a parking area provided, however it is not maintained.
There is additional trail access at Crowley Pit for snowshoers and cross country skiers, although no marked trails are managed here.

Facilities: Crowley Pit offers dumpsters and toilets.

Best Time To Visit: Sledding at Crowley Pit is dependent on snow.

Fees: There are no fees charged for this area.

Accessibility: Unknown

Rules: Please sled responsibly and be respectful of other people enjoying the snow area. Check local weather. Wear appropriate clothes. Children must be supervised by an adult. Be prepared for winter driving conditions. Never sled near trees.

Directions: From South Milton Road (off I-17 North), take a left at Humphreys Street, turn left on Fort Valley Road, which becomes Highway 180 North. Follow Highway 180 North about 10 miles past Snowbowl Road, to mile marker 235. Then, turn left onto the Forest Service Road, indicated only by the green parking signs.

Map: Click here for a map to Crowley Pit

Reservations: Reservations are not needed or accepted to sled at Crowley Pit.

Coconino National Forest
1824 S. Thompson St.
Flagstaff, Arizona 86001
General: (928) 527-3600
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