This trail offers a 360-degree view of Sedona’s red rock country and the Verde Valley. You can take in layers of red rocks and vortexes all at once, from a distance. Try this one for unforgettable memories of Sedona!
This is a short and charming trail that leads you to a historic homestead stone cabin and a beautiful section of Oak Creek. There is a short difficult part, but it is generally moderate. Bring a sack lunch and have fun in the water!
You will be touched by the rugged, unspoiled beauty of the desert on this trail. Take a pleasant, 15- to 20- minute walk to the cave and sit for a while to meditate and find peace of mind. This trail is always beautiful, but the sunsets are particularly stunning.
* Shaman’s Cave is the place visited by many native Americans and spiritual leaders for inspiration. Please be respectful and refrain from making too much noise in this sacred place.
If you want to be very close to huge red rocks, please choose this trail. Stand right in front of those spectacular red rocks and you will find yourself in quiet different energy field. Also you can visit Palatki Ruins and Honanki Ruins on this trail. For more information about the Ruins, please check websites:
You never want to miss this dirt road once you come to Sedona. You will see that the phrase ‘God created the Grand Canyon, but he lives in Sedona!’ is so correct. Don’t miss Cow Pies Trail and Vista Point.
This trail comes not only with an exciting ride, but with the raw, wild beauty of untouched nature. You will be amazed by the unique mountains, mysterious red rocks, and magnificent views of the desert on this road in an unparalleled opportunity to truly relax in nature.
Try this trail if you want to enjoy spectacular scenic views of Verde Valley, Sycamore Canyon Wilderness, and the towns of Cottonwood, Jerome and Prescott. You can also find a lake for fishing and a launching platform for hang gliding at the top of the mountain.