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Oaks and Willows Trail is a 11.9 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Seligman, Arizona that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Length 11.9 mi Elevation gain 2,053 ft Route type Out & Back

Dog friendly

Hiking

Nature trips

Walking

Bird watching

Forest

Views

Wildlife

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Contact
Getting There

Arizona Office of Tourism, 2702 N. 3rd St., Suite 4015 , Phoenix, AZ, 85004, Phone: 888-520-3434, Fax: 602-240-5432, mfioritt@pni.com

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Anthony Leach
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Hiking

Beautiful hike. It is very remote so I would suggest taking a partner. The dirt road “IS” drivable With a non-4x4 vehicle as of March 2019. The road is maintained often.

Sandra L.
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Hiking
First to Review

This trail is in the Juniper Mesa Wilderness. The vegetation varied so much on this trail it felt like three trails in one. It begins with a moderate ascent, followed by some steep switchbacks that take you up to the Mesa. On the Mesa you will travel north a long stretch of level trail before dropping down into a canyon. Once in the canyon the long stretch is dominated by ponderosas until you reach the parking for the other end of the trail. The long stretches up in the Mesa and down in the Canyon were unvaried so they seemed very long. Overall this is a beautiful hike. But even more so was the VERY scenic drive to get there which was more inspiring to me than the trail itself. I included some photos while en route.

Grace Muellner
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Jeff Chow
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Jeanna Peterson
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Janene Haydon
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