Solider Pass via Jordan Road Trailhead Sedona, Arizona The Quick Stats Distance: 3 miles out & back Elevation change: 564 ft Type: Maintained trail that is well marked Restrooms at the Trailhead: yes Water at the trailhead: no Dogs allowed: yes Parking lot: yes, medium size Hiker’s ledger: no Fee: $5 Sedona Red Rock PassContinue reading “WEST SEDONA HIKES”
Sedona, Arizona The Quick Stats Distance: 4.3 miles out & back Elevation change: 564 ft Type: Maintained trail that is well marked Restrooms at the Trailhead: yes Water at the trailhead: no Dogs allowed: yes Parking lot: yes, small Hiker’s ledger: no Fee: $5 Sedona Red Rock Pass per day Getting here The parking lotContinue reading “Little Horse to Chicken Point”
Sedona January 29th, 2021 Location: Sedona, AZ Distance: 1.2 miles out and back Parking: Two small parking lots and some street parking Pets: Yes, but we wouldn’t recommend it Fee: Yes, $5 Red Rock Pass. Kiosk at trailhead or America the Beautiful Pass works (what we used) Restrooms: Yes Cathedral rock is a short 1.2Continue reading “Cathedral Rock”
Devil’s Bridge in Sedona, AZ is arguably the most popular hiking destination for visitors or locals showing visitors around.
East Pocket October 3rd, 2020 Dog Friendly: Yes. We brought our little guy! Fee: No fee. This is a dispersed campsite. Restrooms: No. Fresh Water: No. Sharing locations is a privilege. Please leave this area as you found it. Do not carve into trees, leave your trash, or harm nature in anyway. East Pocket isContinue reading “End of The World Camping”
“The Crack” At Wet Beaver Creak August 15th, 2020 Distance: 3.5+ miles to “The Crack” about 7.8 miles overall. Dog Friendly: Yes, but I wouldn’t recommend it in the summer and would only recommend it if you know your dog can handle long hikes. Fee: No Restrooms at trailhead: Yes. Both at the overflow parking and at theContinue reading “Wet Beaver Creak”
Keyhole Cave May 15th, 2020 Length: 4.8 miles Route Type: Out & Back Elevation Gain: 1,942 ft Dog Friendly: Yes (I wouldn’t bring a dog if you are hiking up into the cave) Fee: No Restrooms at trailhead: No HOW TO GET THERE: To get to Keyhole Cave from any location is fairly easy. Most map/navigation apps for theContinue reading “Hidden Hikes To Do In Sedona”