Fisher Towers

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4.5 Miles

Route Type

Out and Back

Highest Elevation



800 ft.



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Fisher Towers Walkthrough

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How to Run Fisher Towers

The 360°VR photos above start at the Fisher Towers Trailhead. This is a free parking space with a paid campground available.

From the parking lot, this shoots out to the end of a small mesa and then drops into some ravines before climbing back up. The trail is a mix of packed dirt, visible trail, and hard sandstone. Some short navigation might be needed, though permanent markers have been placed where needed.

The trail winds directly beneath a few of the tall towers, with magnificent reds and earthy tones of rock, and panoramic views of Castle Valley. There is one section of this trail that requires you to climb a ladder. There are also a few places where the trail is narrow and cliffs out on the side.

There is no shade in this south/west facing system, and temperatures can easily exceed 100°F in the summer sun here. Otherwise, this is a fun and beautiful short run and can rival some of the trails in Sedona.
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