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20 Hikes with Fabulous Mountain Scenery

Hiking is one of the best cardio activities, one of the rare few which is enjoyable at the same time as being calorie busting. Getting out on the trail is a great way to work up a sweat while also taking in the sights and sounds of nature. Planning a vacation near a great park […]

Hiking Hotspot: Peaceful Creeks & Red Rock Views along Sedona’s Huckaby Trail

Sedona is home to dozens and dozens of trails, some extremely difficult uphill climbs only for advanced hikers like the A.B. Young Trail, and others short, flat treks like Fay & Wilson Canyon, which are perfect for beginners. Then there are trails of moderate intensity which are perfect for regular exercises looking for a challenge, […]

Soldier’s Pass Trail: Sedona’s Most Active Sinkhole, Seven Sacred Pools, & Gorgeous Red Rock Views!

Hiking Sedona’s Soldier’s Pass trail is a really unique experience due to the variety of landscapes and interesting geological features you will get to experience during your short visit. On this moderately easy 2.25 mile out and back adventure, you will take in the beauty of both the desert and the wilderness. Here you will […]

Red Rock State Park: Gorgeous Sedona Views Minus the Crowds

Although there are many amazing hiking trails scattered throughout Sedona (Devil’s Bridge, Cathedral Ledge, Fay & Boynton Canyon to name  a few), unfortunately, with these views comes intense crowds. For a more peaceful experience head over to Red Rock State Park, where you still experience extraordinary views, only with the added bonus of less congestion. […]

Beautiful Devil’s Bridge in Sedona, Arizona

A combination of fascinating red rock formations, beautiful forested lands, and luxury resorts have made Sedona a popular getaway destination for over 4 million tourists each year. USA Today recently ranked Sedona as the most beautiful place in the US. The entire area is a recreational paradise with hundreds of miles of hiking and mountain […]