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By Jonathan Grand
Jul 31, 2010
|go east through camp verde to fr 618 I think. If you take 215 off of 618 to bull pen, theres granite bouldering on the left side of the trail right by the main trail head, pleanty of lines for FAs, seems untouched. Its a great hike through to if you do the canyon loop. Climbs are few and far between at first but totaly worth it. I suggest a multiple day stay out there. Just watch out for flash floods and mountain lions.|
From: mesa, az
Jun 6, 2011
|This area is not accessed via the bull pen area.|
By Joe Lee
From: Las Vegas
Sep 16, 2011
Just some updated mileage on getting to WCC.
From the jct of 87 and 260 drive 3 miles up 260. Make a right turn on FR 144.
Drive bout 1.8 miles to FR 149 and make left turn.
Drive bout 1.1 miles to FR 142 and take right fork.
Drive bout 0.9 miles to FR 142e and turn left.
Drive bout 2.7 miles to end of road where the trailhead is. You can camp here or anywhere along the way.