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  • Sedona, Arizona

    Brins Mesa - Soldier Pass Loop

    5.0
    7.6 mi / 1040 ft gain
    This loop starts from Vultee Arch Rd. Important to note that doing this loop from here requires a high clearance 4x4. In this direction, the trail starts off flat and crosses a dry creek bed several times. The trail is relatively easy to follow. This section passes through junipers that offer som...
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  • Sedona, Arizona

    Hike the Chimney Rock Loop, Sedona

    2 mi / 400 ft gain
    This loop hike starts at the Andante Trailhead at the end of Andante Road on the edge of Sedona. From the parking area, turn left (west) onto the Andante Trail and follow it for a short distance until the trail ends on the Thunder Mountain Trail. Turn left and follow the Thunder Mountain Trail un...
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  • Sedona, Arizona

    Cathedral Rock

    4.9
    1.7 mi / 925 ft gain
    Cathedral Rock is one of the most popular landmarks in Arizona. This amazing rock formation is located in Sedona, Arizona. The hike is steep and requires a bit of climbing in some spots. The 1.5 miles roundtrip is pretty strenuous, leading you up a moderately steep incline, but well worth the re...
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  • Sedona, Arizona

    Templeton Trail to Oak Creek

    5.0
    2.05 mi / 358 ft gain
    Beginning at the Cathedral Rock trailhead down Back O' Beyond Rd., this path at the base of the Cathedral Rock climb takes the hiker down into a lush, tree covered area perfect for swimming and enjoying the views of red rock above and all around. Start by heading up the main trail, and as you eme...
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  • Sedona, Arizona

    Devil's Bridge Trail

    4.6
    3.94 mi / 400 ft gain
    The Devil's Bridge is the largest natural sandstone arch in Coconino National Forest and an iconic landmark. If you're visiting the Sedona area, hiking this trail is a must do. The hike: From the trailhead, the hike gradually slopes upward as it winds its way through the trees. The trail is eas...
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  • Sedona, Arizona

    Hike or Bike Secret Slickrock Trail

    5.0
    0.8 mi / 107 ft gain
    Wanting a short and sweet sunset or sunrise spot in Sedona away from some of the crowds? This easily accessible trail is great for people wanting picnics, a quick photography spot (we saw a couple from their wedding doing a photo shoot here), and a cool spot to watch the sun rise or set with the ...
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  • Sedona, Arizona

    Devil's Bridge via Chuck Wagon Trail

    5.75 mi / 738 ft gain
    Devil's Bridge via Chuck Wagon Trail is an out-and-back trail near Sedona, Arizona. This trail will take you to the largest natural sandstone arch in the Sedona area.  Note: this trail permits dogs on-leash, but the steepness and footing can make it challenging and therefore not recommended for ...
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  • Sedona, Arizona

    Hike to the Birthing Cave

    5.0
    2 mi / 291 ft gain
    The hike is an easy one, flat and not too long.  In the spring you'll see lots of flowers. Note, the popularity of this Sedona cave has grown in the past year, so you will most likely encounter other hikers and mountain bikers.  You start from the Long Canyon Trailhead, and I recommend going earl...
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  • Sedona, Arizona

    Mescal Mountain Loop

    4.59 mi / 453 ft gain
    The Mescal Mountain Loop Hike circles Mescal Mesa uses three different trails. Park at the Mescal Trail parking area on Long Canyon Road.  The Mescal Trail is 2.4 miles long and winds up to the base of the mesa where it travels along beautiful open slick rock. It is an easy hike but the trail is ...
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  • Sedona, Arizona

    Devil's Bridge via Mescal Trail

    3.95 mi / 548 ft gain
    The Devil's Bridge trail head itself is accessible via a road meant for 4x4s, which your average car cannot handle. The best way around this is to park at the Mescal Trail on Long Canyon Road. From Dry Creek Road, turn right on to Long Canyon Road, where you will see trail maps and a small parkin...
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  • Flagstaff, Arizona

    Hike Fatman's Loop

    5.0
    2.5 mi / 690 ft gain
    Sitting on the eastern slope of Mt Elden is a super fun multi-use trail called Fatman's Loop. It's a perfect spot for hiking, trail running, day strolling, or walking the pup. All the while, treating you to glimpses of the eastern suburbs of Flagstaff, beautiful wild flowers, and cool rock format...
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  • Sedona, Arizona

    Hike the Oak Creek Trail

    4.5
    1.1 mi / 26 ft gain
    Great, short hike in Red Rock Crossing. Make sure to check out the hundreds of cairns at Buddha Beach. Beautiful views of Cathedral Rock.  Lots of places to relax and have lunch, with picnic tables near the parking lot.  Lots of parking, good amount of shade down near the creek.   Good for all sk...
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  • Sedona, Arizona

    Explore Crescent Moon Ranch

    Crescent Moon Ranch was established in the 1880's, and now serves as a day use facility for the U.S. Forest Service. It lies on Oak Creek directly below Cathedral Rock, one of the most iconic towering monuments in Sedona. The ranch is beautiful, and is popular for picnic's, swimming, hiking, and ...
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  • Flagstaff, Arizona

    Frisbee Golf at McPherson's

    1 mi
    McPherson's is a public disk golf course five minutes north of downtown Flagstaff.  The course is seasonally open from May - November. There are no tee times, and it is free to play. A somewhat tightly wooded 18-hole course with multiple pin placements makes this fun for beginners and a challenge...
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  • Sedona, Arizona

    Hike the Baldwin Trail

    3.3 mi / 105 ft gain
    As with most areas in Sedona, you will need to have purchased a Red Rock Pass to park at the trailhead, which is located just south of Verde Valley Road. The trailhead, starting at an elevation of 3,950 feet, is well marked and the trail is defined. You have an option to either hike clockwise or ...
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  • Sedona, Arizona

    Hike the Boynton Canyon Trail

    5.0
    6 mi
    This is my favorite trail in all of Sedona. The trail head is at the end of Boynton Canyon rd near the entrance of Enchanted Spa and Resort. The trail goes along the property of Enchanted Spa for about 1 mile. This is the rockiest part of the trail as you pass by a large cliff.Soon after leaving ...
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