Few People Know This Little-Known Canyon Is Hiding In Arizona…And You’ll Want To Find It

Want to do a bit of exploring this weekend? If you’re headed up to the northern stretches of the state, you’ll want to check out one little box canyon that sits a short distance from the highway but is just out of view so that visiting on a quiet day makes this area feel like a little oasis. Let’s take a look!

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Keyhole Sink is located approximately 20 minutes from Williams and is accessible throughout the year. You can find directions and details about the area by visiting the U.S. Forest Service website. A hiking trail and description of the trail can be found on the Hiking Arizona website.

Want to read about another fantastically preserved location rich in history and pretty views? Learn more about the ghost town Ruby by reading Nature Is Slowly Reclaiming This Arizona Ghost Town And You’ll Want To Visit.