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Hiking Hotspot: A Quiet Nature Stroll along Sedona’s Wilson Canyon Trail

Wilson Canyon is one of 5 Sedona hikes beginning near Midgley Bridge off of scenic Oak Creek Canyon drive. Several trails including the easy & short Wilson Canyon trail, the moderately difficult Huckaby and Jim Thompson trails, as well as the strenuous Wilson Mountain North and South trails begin here. By far the easiest of […]

Hiking Hotspot: Bell Rock Pathway in Sedona

Bell Rock is one of Sedona’s most popular hiking trails. Aside from the picturesque views of Sedona’s towering red rock formations, Bell Rock is also one of the 4 major vortex sites, making it one of the go-to trails for new tourists to the area. The trail is scenic with nice views of both Bell […]

Sedona’s Broken Arrow Trail: The Scenic Journey to Chicken Point

Broken Arrow, one of the easiest and most popular hikes in Sedona, offers some incredible red rock scenery. While the ending vista at Chicken Point is a fantastic place to soak in the tremendous red rock views, the journey itself (1.7 miles out and back) is quite a beautiful, and surprisingly quiet, experience. No crowds=great […]

Fay Canyon Trail: A Peaceful Hike Through Sedona’s Gorgeous Red Rocks

Sedona is home to 100’s of scenic hiking trails, the majority of which offer spectacular red rock views. Fay Canyon, a short & scenic box canyon, is no exception: this beautiful, easy short 2 mile loop trail offers incredible views of Sedona’s red rocks for the entire 2 mile journey. Luckily, the trail is for […]

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. […]