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It’s 4 miles, not 3 miles from the ranger station up Bill Williams trail to the summit!!
The sign says 3 but that only gets you to the where there’s a turn off to a trail heading down the other side.
Amazing birch stand near...More
A lovely drive up the mountain. Views all around are spectacular. Would love to go back and hike up instead. Only reason I didn’t give it 5 stars is when you get to the top you get all jumbled up in a cell phone tower...More
Got some clearance on your vehicle? You only need a little to tackle this fun road. We almost didn't try it because I read it would be bumpy, it wasn't at all and was very scenic, with thick trees and cooler temps welcoming you on...More
We drove up to the lookout point although I'm interested in returning to do the hike as it's just such a pretty area.
The road was good. You need a high clearance vehicle for sure. The further up you go the rougher it gets. The...More
Exhilarating up mountain hike number 21 starting from the ranger station at the western end of Williams. The hike up to the service road just below the mountain peak is about 3.5 miles. All in forest and, if you're lucky, in the upper segment you...More
This is a beautiful trail and incredibly well maintained and marked. If you lose your way on this trail, it's only because you have your eyes closed. The first half mile is a consistent climb up which will get your heart pumping overtime. The second...More
We hiked the Bill Williams Mountain Trail 21 to the overlook. It was about 8 miles round trip, with a 2200 foot elevation gain. We were fortunate to do the hike on a cool, clear day. It had rained two days before, but the trail...More
We had done some reading that helped us decide to make this drive. It was not what we expected and was really not worth the effort. It was hard to find the road leading to the trail from Williams. It had more than one name...More