Sycamore Point Bike Trailhead, AZ

US Forest Service

Sycamore Point Bike Trailhead

Most people come to this ride for the view of Sycamore Canyon at the overlook, but the scenery along the way is worth the trip, too. The ride starts out in a ponderosa pine forest where big pines and ...[more]




Drive 8.5 miles south out of Williams on 4th Street (CR 73) to FR 110. Turn left (east) and drive on FR 110 to FR 109 junction. Turn left on FR 109 and follow it to the junction with FR 12. Follow FR 12 for 4 miles to its junction with FR 110. Park here. The ride follows FR 110 from this point. All roads are passable by passenger vehicles in most weather.

Alternate Route: Take I-40 east from Williams to the Garland Prairie exit (#167). Turn right onto FR 141 and head south for about 8 miles to the junction with FR 109. Continue south on FR 109 for about 6 miles and continue south on FR 12. Follow FR 12 for 4 miles to its junction with FR 110.

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