Well, Urban Trail is accurate. Some of it is city streets, some paved walkways through forested parks, and some actual trail through reclamation land. Flagstaff is a beautiful city, and even touring its streets and concrete paths is a pleasure. The first snake I've seen on the trail was the garter I grabbed just past Buffalo Park, and some of the lushest wetland I've seen is reclamation pond. I think the city did a great job with this. That said, no hiker enjoys concrete, and I was happy when the paved paths returned to dirt ribbons through the trees.
This ribbon winds into the Lake Mary valley, with rock cliff walls and low grasses and scattered trees. There are car sounds occasionally, but it is still a fine place to camp, and I can hear coyotes starting up.