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Explore Coconino County: Bill Williams Mountain   

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Friday, September 6, 2014
Please reserve by 8/23.

Bill Williams Mountain, visible to the north from most of the Prescott area, is the westernmost 9,000-foot peak in Arizona. The mountain is named for a preacher/guide/mountain man from North Carolina whose story will weave through the day. We will circle the mountain on the Bill Williams Loop Road starting at Devil Dog Lake just off I-40, then drive to the summit fire tower, enjoying distant views across much of northern Arizona. We’ll do some short walks, but no significant hiking, as we talk about the geology and ecology of the mountain. There’s a good chance of seeing Elk and other wildlife along the way. Activity Rating: 2.
Instructor: Chris Wuehrmann

$170 per person - Tuition includes transportation, box lunch and field instruction. Departs 8AM from Prescott Campus.*Chino Valley pickup available

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  • Explore Coconino County: Bill Williams Mountain
  • Item: SU24C-9624
    Tuition: $170.00
    Days: F     Dates: 9/6/2024 - 9/6/2024
    Sessions: 1     Times: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM     
    Room: meet at Building 31     Building: Offsite - Departs Prescott Campus       
    Enroll Min: 8    Enroll Max: 10
    Instructor: Chris Wuehrmann
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