We got up this morning and had a list of things to do. So we decided to take a hike before it was too late. After some contemplation we chose Wilson Canyon as it relatively short and close by. The trail head is near the Midgley Bridge, for those who know the area. The trail splits off from the more challenging Wilson Mountain trail and runs down hill along the creek. There are beautiful vistas almost immediately on the trail.
Soon after taking the photo, I caught up with Judy as she made her way down toward the creek. The path criss-crosses the creek in a number of places but there was no water to worry about. So crossing is very easy.
Near the end of the trail, there is a short, steep pathway that leads to an open area that gives a great view of the surrounding landscape.
On the way back, Judy stopped to admire the scenery where the creek would flow over huge rocks on its way down to merge into Oak Creek. Maybe you can see her on the right side of the photo. This would be a great spot when the water is flowing.