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All reviews sink hole devil's kitchen seven sacred pools great hike moderate hike jordan road the loop miles total trail head long hike trailhead parking parking lot is small elevation gain close to town hour hike starting point easy trail
Take Soldier Pass Rd to the end. Parking is limited. Go early.
Bring water -- it is a hike to get out to the Seven Sacred Pools and Devil's Kitchen. Moderate trail with some confusing trail markers.
Another way to get out there is via...More
Did this day after a much longer hike so seems quite tame. Soldier's Pass has many options- Brin Mesa to Jordan's gives more downhill, other great forks are Adobe Jack Ant Hill Loop, Teacup, Grand Canyon, Javelina off Javelin. We hiked and next day biked-...More
Fun trail. But parking space limited to 14 cars. Otherwise can access through Brins Mesa also. A variety of terrain mostly uphill, then downhill coming back. Really a favorite. In and out. Arrive at the flat top portion. Nice views.
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In our opinion, plan for 1 1/2 to 2 hours unless you have the DNA of a high-hoofing mountain goat and the stamina of a camel (most mortals need to sit and wait until their pulse rates recover). During our last outing up in... More
In our opinion, plan for 1 1/2 to 2 hours unless you have the DNA of a high-hoofing mountain goat and the stamina of a camel (most mortals need to sit and wait until their pulse rates recover). During our last outing up in the Sedona landscape on this route, we needed to provide water for 2 dogs and 3 people (we pack enough water to hydrate the Donner Party) ....
It's not that it is too terribly hot or difficult a hike, but there is enough of a terrain difference and changes in altitude to make this not your usual walk in the park. And, besides, you will want to stop and admire the views, marvel at the wonders of nature, and take way too many pictures.
Pack a little package of nuts to nibble on, as well as adequate amounts of water to drink (nothing is available along the trail so be prepared). Wear sunscreen and a sun hat (listen to mom!) and good sturdy shoes. Your body will thank you later.
Sedona is a true gift, as you are out walking, there will be so many other trails to take everywhere. Almost every road is a trail head and the adventures just keep on coming! I envy you, enjoy the experience!