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Arrive at the trailhead a couple of hours before sunset; your hike is up the west side, then across the mesa to the east side overlook on a cliff precipice, where you can see the sun/shadow line rising up the red rocks as the sun...More
We decided to hike Doe Mountain Trail after much internet research on whether or not it would be appropriate for my kids. So on 6/24/18, myself, my wife, and my 2 boys (7 and 4 years old) started our ascent. We spent about 2 hours...More
beautiful hike! took us approx. half an hour to get to the top and a little less to return. had we not been in a rush to return before dark, we would have spent more time on the top. amazing sunset view!
Some of the best views in all of Sedona from the top. Relatively easy trails or hard ones if you prefer a work out. I would go in the morning to beat the potential busy time. It was a serene and peaceful place to contemplate...More
We arrived at the trailhead 15 minutes after sunrise on a very hot July morning. I am an older adult with moderate hiking skills. My niece is much more experienced. We were able to arrive at the top (0.6 miles) in just over a half...More
Doe Mountain was one of my favorite hikes! Going up was quick and there were only a few spots that I had to take slow and use my hands and feet to get by. Make sure you walk around the mesa when you get to...More
Its a relatively steep but short climb to the top but not too too difficult because of swtichbacks but there is some scrambling up rocks a bit. Once on top you can walk all around and have views in every direction
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Agree with Ron below about Bear Mountain. If you go to Boynton Canyon/Kachina Woman around 10 am you may catch Robert there playing the Native American flute from the top of the pillar. Magical! If the Earth could sing... More
Agree with Ron below about Bear Mountain. If you go to Boynton Canyon/Kachina Woman around 10 am you may catch Robert there playing the Native American flute from the top of the pillar. Magical! If the Earth could sing, it would sound like that.