Whitehorse Lake Trails in the Kaibab National Forest

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CAMP & HIKE

While camping at Whitehorse Lake, take a stroll around the lakeshore trail for a spur trail that overlooks Sycamore Canyon. The lake makes for a great base camp for hiking the nearby Sycamore Rim and Overland Trails.

Getting There: From Williams, go 8.2 miles south on Fourth Street (turns into Perkinsville Road, County Road 73) to Forest Road 110 at milepost 177. Turn left and go 7.2 miles to FR 109, turn left and continue 3 miles to the lake. Follow the signs to either day use area near Loops B or F. Roads are paved and sedan friendly dirt/gravel.

Length:

Trail 33 is 2 miles round trip

Trail 70 is 2.5 miles round trip

Rating: easy

Kid Friendly: YES

Pet Friendly: NO

Elevation: 6,600-6,625 feet

Facilities: restrooms, camping, fishing (fee)

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Photo credit Mare Czinar/PHOENIX