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Wilson Canyon and Steamboat Rock, AZ
2009-01-218 by
 
Sedona, AZ
 
Hiking4.20 Miles   2 Hrs   55 Mns    1.44 mph
1,189 ft AEG   
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Wilson Canyon proved to be a nice warm-up for the climb up Steamboat as we weren't incredibly limber at 7:30 in the morning. I was surprised at the panoramic majesty to be found in Wilson Canyon as well. The climb up Steamboat was fun, although one section definitely pushed my comfort zone a little bit (on the way up and the way down). That being said, it turned out to be a solid personal achievement, and a quite gorgeous morning hike as well! I'll be rating this as a 5 because Steamboat Rock was sweet and although Wilson Canyon was more along a 4, I don't have a bit of a problem rounding it up!
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