Sycamore Creek in the Verde Valley, Arizona
Including Sycamore Falls, the Sycamore Canyon Wilderness,
and the creek's confluence with the Verde River


There are several Sycamore Creeks in Arizona. This one is in the Verde
Valley.
The creek begins in the pine-covered high country, not far from the City
of Williams. The upper reaches include Sycamore Falls. The waterway then flows
south into the Sycamore Canyon Wilderness, an area west of Sedona and north
of Clarkdale characterized more by red-rock-type scenery with large trees
along the water at the bottom of the gorge. Most of the photos on this page
were taken along the Parson's Trail (#144), which parallels Sycamore
Creek as it heads into the Sycamore Canyon Wilderness. Continuing
south, the creek eventually feeds into the Verde River.


Autumn at Sycamore Canyon, Arizona   Sycamore Falls in the upper reaches of Sycamore Canyon, Arizona   The big pool at the end of the Parson's Trail (144) in the Sycamore Canyon Wilderness, Arizona   Sycamore Creek (and the Sycamore Canyon Wilderness) in the Verde Valley, Arizona

  Autumn leaves drifting in Sycamore Creek, Arizona   Sycamore Falls in the upper reaches of Sycamore Canyon, Arizona   Autumn at the confluence of Sycamore Creek and the Verde River, Arizona   Autumn at the confluence of Sycamore Creek and the Verde River, Arizona  

      Sycamore Creek (and the Sycamore Canyon Wilderness) in the Verde Valley, Arizona   Autumn at Sycamore Creek, Arizona