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Wilson Mountain is the highest peak in the Sedona area at an elevation of 7,122 feet. The trail to the top (Wilson Mountain Trail) is not easy, as it climbs 2300 feet and the total distance out and back is around 12 miles. It's well worth it for the spectacular views of Oak Creek Canyon and the Sedona area. The brush can be thick when getting closer to the peak and many logs were over the trail when I hiked it in October of 2010.....I don't imagine trail crews make it up here too often, due to the difficulty, and I don't blame them.
Caption: Wilson Mountain is the highest peak in the Sedona area at an elevation of 7,122 feet. The trail to the top (Wilson Mountain Trail) is not easy, as it climbs 2300 feet and the total distance out and back is around 12 miles. It's well worth it for the spectacular views of Oak Creek Canyon and the Sedona area. The brush can be thick when getting closer to the peak and many logs were over the trail when I hiked it in October of 2010.....I don't imagine trail crews make it up here too often, due to the difficulty, and I don't blame them.
Location: North of Sedona in the Coconino National Forest, Arizona


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