Lee Mountain, AZPrint Full | Basic
Description 2 Triplogs 1 Topic
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 Sedona SE
Difficulty ?    Route Finding
Distance Round Trip 0 miles
Trailhead Elevation 4,363 feet
Descriptions 3,654
Routes 0
Photos 0
Trips 248 map ( 429 miles )
Age ?
Rated Viewed All Mine Friends
14  2013-08-10
 Jack's Cyn - Munds - Lee
 joe bartels
8  2013-08-10
 Jack's Cyn - Munds - Lee
5  2006-01-16 sedonaaz
15  2006-01-15 sedonaaz
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Trailhead Forecast
Historical Weather
Forest Coconino
Wilderness Munds Mountain
Backpack - Possible - Not Popular
Seasons - Autumn to Spring
Alternative Routes
Nearby Hikes Area Water Sources
direct air miles away to trailhead
0.0  Hot Loop to Woods Canyon Red Ledges
0.6  Jack's Canyon Trail #55
0.6  Hot / Jacks Loop
0.9  Rabbit Ears
2.0  Hot Loop Trail #94
2.2  Bell Rock
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Directions Preferred Months
Preferred Start8 AM Sunrise6:14am Sunset6:25pm
Road / VehicleFR / Dirt Road / Gravel - Car Okay
Fees / Permit
Red Rock Pass - may or may not be required. The "more" link within the FS website does not work so it is confusing. If you have questions contact the Coconino forest service.

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Havasu Canyon Trail - Sep 15 2014
I was watching the helicopter make multi-drops of people and supplies when, at one point, a stray horse wandered into the landing field (the gate was open). The guys unloading the supplies chased it around the field until it went back out the gate. Then as it was running up the main drag, another resident must have thought it got loose so he shooed it back into another open gate and back into the field. So now these guys are chasing it around the field again but this time they start pelting it with rocks. The horse was panicking and didn't know where to go. Rocks were being hurled at it from all directions. He ended up falling down after a really hard rock hit and it looked like he broke...
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