Bill Williams Mountain
The Peak
Rank: #4 Summit Elevation: 10,418 ft.
Vegetation: Ponderosa pine and oak thickets, to aspen and fir trees with dense ground cover of ferns, Oregon grape and Arizona wild rose. Frequently Seen Animals: muledeer, elk, hawks.
Hiking Season: Late spring to early fall.  
The Trail
Name: Bill Williams Trail #21 Difficulty: Moderate
Length of Hike (r/t): 7.6 miles Trail Elevation Change: 2,395 ft.
Water: none Trailhead Elevation: 6,900 ft.
Tips: Fire lookout tower at top.
Guidelines
Hiking Permit Needed: None Maximum Group Size: 
Dogs Permitted: Yes, leashed. Horses Permitted: Yes.
Cross-country Skiing Permitted:  Mountain Bikes Permitted: No.
Safety Tips: Pack warm clothes and raingear.
The Drive
General Location: San Francisco Peaks west of Flagstaff Trailhead Accessible to Low-Clearance Vehicles: Yes
Nearest Town: Flagstaff  
Directions: Take I-40 Exit 161 (Camp Clover), and drive south to Williams Ranger District Office.
More Information
U.S.G.S. Quad Name(s): Bill Williams Office of Tourism Region: Grand Canyon Country
County: Coconino Managing Agency: City of Williams/Forest Service Visitors Center, 200 West Railroad Avenue, Williams, AZ 86046-2899, Toll-free: 800-863-0546, Voice/TTY: 928-635-4707/4061, Fax: 928-635-1417
Web Site: http://www.fs.fed.us/r3/kai/oldrecreation/trwc_bill.html

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