Features over 200 steep limestone climbing routes concentrated in a section of the canyon called Moenkopi. Located on national forest land in an isolated section of Northern Arizona, Moenkopi offers steep, spectacular climbing on immaculate stone. All routes are well-protected. A five minute approach will take you to an abundance of top quality routes from 5.5 to 5.13. With free camping and incredible year-round climbing only 30 minutes from I-40, Jacks Canyon is a destination crag!
Meteor Crater is the best preserved impact site on earth, with topographical terrain that closely resembles the surface of the moon. In fact, NASA designated the crater as the training site for all U.S. Astronauts. Camping is available. From Winslow, take I-40 west 20 miles to exit 233. Call (928) 289-2362 for more information, or (928) 289-4002 for the RV Park.
View an exotic combination of colors and natural rock formations and be sure to take your camera! This is the perfect setting for a sunset picnic dinner! Hiking trails and picnic tables are available. Take I-40 east from Winslow to Exit 257, north on Highway 87, 15 miles on the left.
Little Painted Desert
Rising abruptly above the valley floor is the majestic rim of the Mogollon Plateau. The precipitous two hundred mile escarpment of the Mogollon Rim is the result of a geologic faulting from southeast to northwest across Arizona. From Winslow, take Highway 87 south for 58 miles to Forest Service Road 300 and turn left. Follow this gravel road to Highway 99 and turn left again to return to Winslow. Along the way, you will pass through a forest alive with deer, elk, wild turkey and other wildlife. Forest Service Road 300 follows 150 breathtaking miles. This drive also takes you within reach of several mountain lakes. Recreational activities include camping, hunting, fishing, hiking, and picnicking. Elevation exceeds 7,000 feet over much of this area
Known to many as “Chocolate Falls” because of its muddy color, this massive waterfall is higher than Niagara Falls, with a vertical relief of 185 feet. The best time to see the falls is after snow melting in early spring and after a summer thunderstorm. The falls are located 48 miles northwest of Winslow. From Winslow, take I-40 west to Exit 245. Take SR-99 north to Leupp, then SR-15 west to the sign reading, “Grand Falls Bible Church”. Turn right on this road, which is very rough. The road will end at the Little Colorado River. A short, ¼ mile trail will lead to the overlook. Picnic tables and grills are available. This area is on the Navajo Reservation, so stay on the main roads and respect private property. No admission charge. Handicap access is extremely limited. Use of a high clearance or four wheel drive vehicle is recommended.