GREAT SEDONA HIKES

GREAT SEDONA HIKES

MODERATE HIKES

< Airport Loop Hike  - great distant views all around, a long hike (vortex area)

 

< Bear Sign Trail - remote, secluded canyon with shade and red rock views

 

< Bell Rock Courthouse Butte Slot Hike - hike a slot between Bell Rock and Courthouse Butte

 

< Bell-Weir Trail Hike  - follows the course of Wet Beaver Creek, views

 

<Brins Mesa to Soldier Pass Hike  - two vehicle hike, views

 

< Brins Mesa Hike  - a moderate hike to a mesa with 360 red rock views (A FAVORITE HIKE)

 

< Broken Arrow Hike  - submarine rock and a favorite jeep trail

 

< Chapel Hike  - a hike to the Chapel of the Holy Cross with views of major Sedona rock formations

 

 

< Chimney Rock Loop Hike  -  nice views of West Sedona and the North Slope area

 

< Cibola Pass to Jordan Trail - a nice close to town hike with beautiful views

 

< Cockscomb to Aerie Loop - a fairly level hike circling Doe Mountain 

 

< Courthouse Butte Loop   - a moderate hike around Courthouse Butte and Bell Rock

 

 

<Devil's Bridge Hike  - short hike to a large arch you can walk on  (A FAVORITE HIKE)
 

 

< Doe Mountain Hike  - 360 degree views from the top  (A FAVORITE HIKE)

 

< Dogie Trail - a scenic hike that ends at Sycamore Canyon (but makes it a strenuous hike if you hike that far) 

 

< Dry Creek Trail - views of red rock buttes in a forest

 

< HiLIne Trail - a narrow mountain bike trail with great views of red rocks

 

< HS Canyon Hike  - a moderate hike in a wooded canyon

 

< HT Trail - an excellent trail with good access to the base of Cathedral Rock with views

 

< Huckaby Trail Hike  - views, hike along Oak Creek to Midgley Bridge  

 

< Jim Thompson Trail  - a moderate hike with views of Steamboat Rock

 

<Kachina Trail (Flagstaff) - a beautiful moderate hike across the south face of the San Francisco Peaks in Flagstaff

 

< Kel Fox Trail  - mesas and views of the Village of Oak Creek

 

< Little Horse to Broken Arrow  - a moderate hike to Chicken Point and Submarine Rock   (A FAVORITE HIKE)

 

< Long Canyon Trail - a moderate hike through a forested canyon with nice views 

 

< Lost Canyon Hike - steep climb with views as the reward

 

< Marg's Draw Hike  - a moderate in-town hike with good views

 

< Mescal Trail - a hike that skirts the base of Mescal Mountain with great views

 

< Mescal Mountain Hike  - nice views

 

< Mitten Ridge - a hike along the base of Mitten Ridge (now called Hangover Trail)

 

< Munds Wagon Trail  - a moderate hike that follows an old wagon trail

 

< Old Post to Carroll Canyon Loop  - a moderate hike off of the Upper Red Rock Loop Road

 

< Pyramid Hike  - moderate hike up the back of the "pyramid" for splendid views

 

<Pyramid Vista Hike - hike along the side of a mountain with great views

 

< Rabbit Ears - a hike to a very distinctive rock formation

 

< Scheurman Mountain Hike - distant views of Cathedral Rock, volcanic rocks

 

< Secret Canyon Hike - a hike up a picturesque canyon with terrific views  A FAVORITE HIKE

 

< Soldier Pass Arches Hike - a short hike to several arches

 

< Soldier Wash Trails - an in-town hike with nice views to the north

 

< Sugarloaf/Coffee Pot Trails  - a moderate in town hike with views of the city and Coffee Pot Rock

 

< Sycamore Canyon  - this moderate hike follows Sycamore Canyon/Creek and has interesting rock formations

 

< Templeton Hike  -  this hike circles beneath Cathedral Rock 

 

< Templeton From Bell Rock - a hike north from Bell Rock to Cathedral Rock along the Templeton Trail

 

< Vultee Arch Hike - views and natural stone arch

 

< Wilson Canyon  - a moderate hike up a picturesque canyon starting at Midgley Bridge

 

< Woodchute - a hike 7 1/2 miles past Jerome with distant red rock views

 

< Woods Canyon - a pleasant hike along Dry Beaver Creek to a rocky conclusion

 

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Great Sedona Hikes
Last Updated April 22, 2016
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