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Wilson Mountain Trail #10
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Sedona, AZ
Sedona, AZ
Hiking Jan 14 2006
AZ-Outdoorsman
Hiking11.00 Miles 2,500 AEG
Hiking11.00 Miles
2,500 ft AEG
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I did this hike with the Sierra Club. We did it as a shuttle, starting at Midgley Bridge and ending at Encinoso. Once on top, we went to both lookouts. At the northern lookout at the end of the trail we followed the rim around to the left (west) for about 75 yards, then come upon the best view that many probably miss. It looks out over to all the "canyon" hikes: Long, Secret, and Bear Sign to name a few. We could also see Vultee Arch right down below us. The weather was perfect and the company was wonderful : ) This is a great hike, but what Sedona hike isn't.
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