Arizona Trailblazers Hiking Club
Woods Canyon Trail #93 Day Hike
when Trip Report : April 19, 2014
  Trip Report : October 11, 2003
where Sedona, Red Rock Country
the hike The Woods Canyon Trail starts at 3,900 feet and will ascend a total of 400 feet, topping out at 4,300 feet at the end of the trail. Our hike will be 3.6 miles one way. This is an “in and out” trail. Our part of the trail is easy and very scenic along Dry Beaver Creek, which is often dry. Along the trail we will encounter diverse vegetation such as: prickly pear cactus, mesquite and ironwood trees, manzanitas, multi-stalk yuccas and catclaw acacia, along with juniper, pine and scrub oak. The latter assortment of trees provides shade for hikers.
Required:
•  Sturdy hiking boots
•  At least 3 liters of water
•  Rain poncho
•  Hat, sunblock, sunglasses
Recommended:
•  Lunch or snacks
•  Camera
distance 7-8 miles
time 4-5 hours
EC +-640' elevation change
elevations 3841' (Jacks Canyon) to 4129' (above the pool)
type round trip
starting at
Ranger Station 34° 45.383' N,  111° 45.790' W  [NAD27]
on trail 100% — Woods Canyon Trail #93
rating "C"     Rate yourself as a hiker.
dogs allowed no
cost Sharing gas expenses with the driver.
The club also allows voluntary contributions of $5 per non-member.
weather Sedona
meet 7:00 AM in the Fry’s parking lot on the SW corner of I-17 & Bell Road. Park behind Denny’s, near the entrance to the Deer Valley Park & Ride. We will leave promptly at 7:15 AM. There is about a 1.5 hours’ drive to the trailhead.
drive
•  Take I-17 north. Exit at Route 179 and turn left for Sedona.
Proceed for 5+ miles to the Visitors’ Center on your right.
Park at the extreme south end of the multi-parking lot closest to the trailhead.
Restrooms and water are available at the Visitors’ Center.

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