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5 Amazing Sedona Hikes Under 5 Miles

Sedona, Arizona is a gorgeous Southwestern vacation destination, and by far, the most beautiful place to visit in Arizona (yes, above the Grand Canyon!!). Towering ancient red rock formations dominate the landscape, and through various means including scenic drives, hikes, spectacular overlooks, tours, and even restaurants & resorts, you will be able to enjoy these […]

Hiking Hotspot: A Picturesque, Relaxing Stroll Along Marg’s Draw in Sedona

Marg’s Draw is one of Sedona’s easiest & shortest trails, and it also happens to be located super close to town, so the combined hike & drive over will not take up too much of your day. The Marg’s Draw Trail is the perfect starting point for just about anyone, as it is both easy […]

12 Stunning Sedona Hikes with Spectacular Views

It’s no secret that Sedona is home to some o the most jaw dropping scenery in the country. Known as Red Rock Country for the colorful red rock formations that dominate the landscape, Sedona is increasingly becoming a popular vacation & 2nd home destination for photographers, nature lovers, hikers, & mountain bikers. Sedona is home […]

Hiking Hotspot: The Teacup Trail in Sedona, Arizona

There are endless trails to choose amongst in breathtaking Sedona, some being quick in-town hikes that can be completed in an hour or so, while others are all day adventures requiring a bit of extra preparation. One thing all Sedona hikes have in common is tremendous views which you will not find anywhere else in the […]

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, […]

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 Sedona’s Oak Creek Canyon: The Spectacular Cookstove Trail

In terms of hiking in Northern Arizona, it doesn’t get much better than a day out exploring the beautiful scenery of Oak Creek Canyon, a unique area of Arizona home to dense green forests and towering multi-hue sandstone formations. A number of hiking trails are available to soak in the views of this incredible area, […]

Hiking Hotspot: Sedona’s Breathtaking Airport Mesa Loop Trail

The Sedona Airport Mesa Loop is one of the area’s scariest & most scenic hiking trails. Not only does this trail offer amazing views of many of Sedona’s most stunning red rock formations along a steep, narrow course, but it also happens to be one of 4 vortex hikes. Vortex sites are areas of enhanced natural energy […]

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 […]

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 […]