A California woman had to be rescued recently at Boynton Canyon in Sedona. Yavapai County Sheriff’s officials were called to the scene last Wednesday at around 2 p.m. for a 50-year-old woman who had hiked off a trail with her dog to a high mountain top. She wasn’t able to find her way back as a result. A rescue effort with eight volunteers from the Verde Search and Rescue team were able to locate her by using her cell phone to track her. The hike was strenuous and temperatures were over 100 degrees so team members had to stop and rehydrate. When they reached the woman and her dog at around 5 p.m., they were in good condition, but were out of water. The woman, dog and search team were airlifted from the mountain top. There were no injuries.