Hiking In Sedona

A shortlist to some of Sedona’s best hikes

It’s no secret that Sedona is home to some of the most spectacular scenery in the country. One of the best ways to experience it (while squeezing in some fitness) is to go on a hike. There’s hundreds of miles of trails, ranging from easy to expert, but regardless of your level, start with Brins Mesa. It’s easy to access, and has two established trailheads, the Jim Thompson and Vultee Arch. Soldiers Pass is another popular trail with locals, as it’s of moderate difficulty and a loop. (Meaning: there’s no fear of getting lost.) Little Horse is a trail that’s ideal for all skill levels, and along the way, you’ll go through dry creek washes (arroyos) before peaking at Chicken Point, then be treated with views of Cathedral Rock, Bell Rock, and Gibraltar as the end.

Tags

travel tips, Fun, activities, outdoor, family

Hotel/Resort

Orchards Inn
L'Auberge de Sedona

Category

Destination Earth

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