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Bill Williams Mountain, Williams

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Mountain · Hidden Gem · Lookout
Bill Williams Mountain is a peak located about 31 miles (50 km) west of Flagstaff and 3.5 miles (5.6 km) south of Williams, Arizona in the Kaibab National Forest. It is named for Old Bill Williams, a scout, guide, and mountain man, who lived in the 1800s. It is part of the San Francisco volcanic field.
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  • The hike itself was stupendous. Beautiful woods, great exercise,steep switchbacks. It is 4.2 miles one way. RT 8.4. This is measured on my satellite gps. Take water. None along the way. Easy to...  more »
  • The views were beautiful. The hiking trails were some of the best. I highly recommend. The town is a wonderful place to stay before and after your hike. I really enjoyed myself.  more »
  • Excellent views. Rough road. I suggest bringing either an off road vehicle, a truck or jeep to ascend this mountain. Not good for low to the ground vehicles.
  • Drove up this morning. Snowing lightly and foggy so no great vistas but a fun drive all the same. Road has lots of hard switchbacks but as these sorts of roads go it was very good. Never took it out of two wheel drive. A little rough in some spots. A Turkey ran in the road ahead of me for an 8th of a mile. Had snow on top and all frozen. Great drive.

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