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Sycamore Canyon Wilderness Map by U.S. Forest Service
$19.99
SKU: EV_USFS_SYCA
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Sycamore Canyon Wilderness Map by U.S. Forest Service

$19.99
SKU: EV_USFS_SYCA

Year - 2016
Scale - 2" to the Mile (1:31,680)
Topo Lines - Yes, Contour Interval 100 Feet
#5 Plastic (Polypropylene)

The Sycamore Canyon Wilderness is located in the Kaibab, Prescott, & Coconino National Forests of Arizona. The Sycamore Canyon Wilderness Trail System within the Peaks Ranger District consists of 5 trails with a combined mileage of 11.3 miles with the longest trail being 5.6 miles. These trails include Kelsey Springs Trail, Dorsey Trail, Winter Cabin Trail, Little Lo Trail, and Hog Hill Trail. Each trail is suitable for day hikes or longer overnight loop hikes. Sycamore Canyon can be very hot and dry during the summer months. There are several springs located near the Wilderness trails which normally have water year round but hikers should not depend on this water being available and all ground water should always be treated or filtered. There is plenty of shade along all of the trails as you descend into Sycamore Canyon through a thick forest of Ponderosa Pine, Gambel Oak, and Juniper trees. The lower part of Winter Cabin Trail and part of Kelsey Springs Trail takes you through chaparral type vegetation which offers spectacular views of Sycamore Canyon. Sycamore Canyon is the second largest canyon is Arizona and offers hikers plenty of solitude and natural beauty.

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Year - 2016
Scale - 2" to the Mile (1:31,680)
Topo Lines - Yes, Contour Interval 100 Feet
#5 Plastic (Polypropylene)

The Sycamore Canyon Wilderness is located in the Kaibab, Prescott, & Coconino National Forests of Arizona. The Sycamore Canyon Wilderness Trail System within the Peaks Ranger District consists of 5 trails with a combined mileage of 11.3 miles with the longest trail being 5.6 miles. These trails include Kelsey Springs Trail, Dorsey Trail, Winter Cabin Trail, Little Lo Trail, and Hog Hill Trail. Each trail is suitable for day hikes or longer overnight loop hikes. Sycamore Canyon can be very hot and dry during the summer months. There are several springs located near the Wilderness trails which normally have water year round but hikers should not depend on this water being available and all ground water should always be treated or filtered. There is plenty of shade along all of the trails as you descend into Sycamore Canyon through a thick forest of Ponderosa Pine, Gambel Oak, and Juniper trees. The lower part of Winter Cabin Trail and part of Kelsey Springs Trail takes you through chaparral type vegetation which offers spectacular views of Sycamore Canyon. Sycamore Canyon is the second largest canyon is Arizona and offers hikers plenty of solitude and natural beauty.

Map Type Trail Map
Publisher US Forestry Service