About the Trail
Winifred Lynch Trail begins at Route 66, crosses under Highway 89 in a dedicated bicycle and pedestrian tunnel, follows the south side of Lynch Avenue and Kaspar Drive, then crosses and continues north as an unpaved trail through an open space tract in the Mt. Elden Foothills neighborhood. Future plans show the trail continuing north to the Forces of Nature Trail in the Coconino National Forest.
- Route 66 to National Forest boundary
- Concrete: 50% of the trail (0.3 mile | 0.5 kilometer)
- Aggregate: 50% of the trail (0.3 mile | 0.5 kilometer)
- Easy grades: 73% of the trail has grades of less than 5%
- Moderate grades: 24% of the trail has grades between 5 and 10% (800 feet | 244 meters)
- Steep grades: 3% of the trail has grades between 10 and 15% (100 feet | 30 meters)
- Very steep grades: None of the trail has grades of more than 15%
- Maximum grade: 13%
- Low point: 6,825 feet | 2,080 meters
- High point: 6,921 feet | 2,110 meters
- Elevation range: 96 feet | 29 meters
- Cumulative elevation gain/loss: 163 feet | 50 meters
Along the Way
The trail will be extended north to United States Forest Services (USFS) Forces of Nature Trail.
View photos of the Winifred Lynch Trail in the Winifred Lynch Trail photo gallery.