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Davenport Hill Trail is a 2.5 mile one way hike. Located 27 miles west of Flagstaff Arizona. The trailhead is car accessible. October and May are the best months to enjoy this hike.
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The trail provides visitors to Dogtown Lake with an interesting, scenic day hike to the top of Davenport Hill and back. The higher elevation of the hill ( 7805 feet) and the northern exposure of the trail provide hikers with a cool climatic change and also a change in vegetation from ponderosa pine to Douglas fir/white fir and oak near the summit. From the trail, you can enjoy scenic views of Dogtown Lake and the country around Williams.
Trail Layout: The trail follows Dogtown Wash about 0.3 mile and then climbs to a flat, where it follows an old logging road before turning north toward Davenport Hill. The trail ascends the hill at a gradual 8% grade to the top. Follow the same trail back to the start.
Length: 2.5 miles one-way
Hiking Time: About 2 hours round trip.
Trailhead Location: The Davenport Hill Trail begins at the east end of the Ponderosa Trail.
Recommended Season: Spring to early fall.
Use Restrictions: No motorized vehicles. Trail designed for day hikers, not recommended for horses.
USGS Map(s): Bill Williams Mountain
This hike is listed as One-Way.
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