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Hiking in Sedona

With over 200 hiking trails to discover, Sedona is the day hike capital of the United States. There is a perfect trail for all ages and fitness levels, and our adventure guides are here to assist with suggestions and directions. Find our team in the lobby or give us a call.

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Red Rock Ranger Station

Spa essentials

Guided Hikes

Nearby Trails

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Bell Rock Pathway

The Bell Rock Pathway is a 3.5 mile trail linking the Village of Oak Creek and Sedona. Along this pathway, you’ll enjoy fantastic views of Bell Rock, Courthouse Butte, and other landmarks. Most of the pathway has a wide, hard surface, but there are some steep hills too. Some places around Bell Rock are rocky and rough but scenic and enjoyable.

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Courthouse Butte Loop Trail

Courthouse Butte Loop Trail is a 3.9 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Sedona, Arizona. This popular trail offers scenic views and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
Dogs on a leash are able to use this trail.

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Broken Arrow Trail

Broken Arrow Trail is a popular 3.4 mile loop trail located near Sedona, Arizona that offers the chance to see wildlife and is suitable for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
Dogs on a leash are able to use this trail.

Soldier pass trail mountain view

Soldier's Pass Trail

The hike up Soldier Pass is approximately two miles and points north. The trail is moderate but easy when going downhill, with a total elevation descent of 450 feet. Many sights can be seen, including two natural arches, the Seven Sacred Pools, and the largest sinkhole in Sedona, the Devil’s Kitchen.

View of Faye Canyon

Fay Canyon

Fay Canyon Trail is a 2.3 mile out and back trail located near Sedona, Arizona, that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
Dogs on a leash are able to use this trail.

Devil's bridge canyon view

Devil's Bridge

This popular hike is a traveller’s favorite, featuring attractions for both casual hikers and the more adventurous outdoors enthusiasts. You’ll find the early going effortless, smooth and clear. It leads through washes filled with juniper and prickly pear cactus. The path slowly inclines uphill, gently growing steeper as you progress. After walking about three-quarters of a mile from the parking area, the trail will divide. Head down the path to the left and you’ll end up at the base of the bridge. If you feel comfortable continuing, carefully follow it up a steep, natural rock staircase to a wide-open area and eventually another level that leads directly to Devil’s Bridge.

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