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    Top Spots in and near Yavapai County

    • 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

      Airport Loop Trail

      5.0
      3.28 mi / 338 ft gain
      Airport Loop Trail is a loop trail where you may see wildflowers located near Sedona, Arizona.
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    • Sedona, Arizona

      Soldier's Pass Trail to Brins Mesa Trail

      4.8
      4.4 mi / 617 ft gain
      Starting at the trailhead is a parking lot for around 14 vehicles, arrive early in the morning if you want to be guaranteed a parking spot. Otherwise the hike starts off relatively easy with a quick stop at Devil's Kitchen; a big hole in the ground where a rock has now fallen in (see pictures). ...
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    • Sedona, Arizona

      Devils Kitchen

      5.0
      0.35 mi / 23 ft gain
      Great spot for photos, and is at the beginning of one of the best trails in Sedona.  The parking lot can get full easily, since this is a very popular trail.  The sinkhole is close to the trailhead, but I encourage you to continue on down the Soldier’s Pass trail. As with all outdoor advent...
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    • Sedona, Arizona

      Sedona Wind Caves

      0.52 mi / 89 ft gain
      These beautiful caves are located mid-way through a short 0.5 mile hike, rated moderate.  And if you weren’t looking, you would never know they were there…  note that they are before the end of the trail, on the right as you hike. The caves are well trafficked, so if you go, make sure to go earl...
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    • Sedona, Arizona

      Hike or Bike the Hiline Trail in Sedona

      5.0
      8 mi / 480 ft gain
      Start this incredible hike by parking at the Yavapai Point parking lot. Start the short hike (0.13 miles) on the Kaibab Trail which will run into Yavapai Vista Trail (0.27 miles) towards the Slim Shady Trail. Here you will have an incredible view of Bell Rock and Courthouse Vista an excellent pla...
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    • Sedona, Arizona

      Baby Bell Rock

      5.0
      1.03 mi / 112 ft gain
      At roughly a 1 mile loop, the Bell hike is a short but very sweet hike with high reward, it's an amazing spot to sit an watch the sun dip below the horizon and if you're lucky, may even have the view to yourself. Accessing the hike is best started at the Bell Rock Parking lot, if you're heading ...
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    • Sedona, Arizona

      Bell Rock Trail

      4.6
      0.78 mi / 210 ft gain
      The Bell Rock Trail in Sedona is a relatively easy hike with a majestic reward. It is a well maintained trail that with plenty of views to keep your eyes happy. Don't be surprised if you catch yourself turning around every 5 minutes and saying, "wow, this is gorgeous!" The trail itself is only ~...
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    • Sedona, Arizona

      Courthouse Butte Loop

      5.0
      3.83 mi / 331 ft gain
      While most people stop to hike the Bell Rock Trail, you can get away from the congestion and madness by tackling the nearby Courthouse Butte trail. This moderate hike is 4.5 miles roundtrip over relatively flat ground on a well maintained trail. To get to the trailhead, park in the Courthouse V...
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    • Sedona, Arizona

      Chapel Trail to Broken Arrow Trail to Mystic Trail Loop

      3.77 mi / 446 ft gain
      Chapel Trail to Broken Arrow Trail to Mystic Trail Loop is a loop trail that takes you by a river located near Sedona, Arizona.
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    • Sedona, Arizona

      Camp at East Pocket (Edge of the World)

      4.8
      We love coming to this site in the Summer and Fall, but wanted to "test" our cold-weather gear before backpacking this Winter. So we went to our tried and true spot, with the comfort of our cars, so we could work out our layering and sleep system. Have a few cups of warm spiked cider and enjoy! T...
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    • Sedona, Arizona

      Broken Arrow Trail to Chapel of the Holy Cross

      4.5
      4.91 mi / 640 ft gain
      The Broken Arrow Trail is stunning.  To reach the Broken Arrow Trail from the town of Sedona, head south on 179-S for approximately 1.5 miles and turn left on Morgan Road. Drive down Morgan Road until you reach the end of the asphalt and it turns into a dirt road. Drive down the dirt road approx...
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    • Sedona, Arizona

      Broken Arrow Trail to Chicken Point

      4.6
      2.79 mi / 420 ft gain
      Start your hike at the Broken Arrow Trailhead, just .2 miles past the end of Morgan Rd. You will be immediately greeted by Sedona slickrock trails and red rock views for days! Take a minute to sneak a peek at Devil's Dining Room Sinkhole around 0.6 miles in. It has a sign and is just of to the ri...
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    • Sedona, Arizona

      Dispersed Camping in Coconino National Forest (Edge of the World)

      5.0
      This campsite is definitely out there. You'll take a dirt road into what seems to be a thick forest. Tell your GPS to put you on Woody Mountain Road in Flagstaff, AZ. Once you are on this road set your speedometer and follow this road for about 23 miles. Do not make any turns off of this road, th...
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    • Black Canyon City, Arizona

      Hike the Badger Spring Wash Trail

      3.5
      4 mi
      Badger Spring Wash is a dry stream bed most of the year. This trail starts from the Badger Spring Trailhead just off Route 17 north from Phoenix. The trail follows the stream bed, sometimes in or along side for 1.5 miles. At about one mile, you reach the spring and a good amount of water which is...
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