Kaibab National Forest
Kaibab National Forest
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Dogs on leash are allowed on many trails throughout this national forest. Hiking trails range greatly in difficulty, from easy to very difficult. A couple of the more popular trails are the Keyhole Sink Trail and the Bill Williams Mountain Trail. The Keyhole Sink Trails is an easy trail that is 2 miles round trip. Walk through a ponderosa pine forest until you reach a box canyon. At the canyon, you will find petroglyphs (prehistoric sketches on the rock), that are about 1,000 years old. The message suggests that the area was an important hunting ground. To get there from Williams, take I-40 east to the Pitman Valley Exit (#171). Turn left and cross over the Interstate. Proceed east on Historic Route 66 for about 2 miles to the Oak Hill Snowplay Area. The trail begins on the north side of the road. Park in the lot provided. The Bill Williams Mountain Trail is rated moderate and is about 4 miles long. The trailhead starts at 7,000 feet. To get there, go west from downtown Williams on Bill Williams Avenue about one mile; turn left at Clover Hill and proceed along the frontage road to the turnoff to Williams Ranger District office. Follow the signs to the trailhead.
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