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We started at the Broken Arrow end and went only about 2/3 of a mile in, and then came back. We have an older dog and a little over a mile is her limit. In any case, it was fairly flat in that area, with...More
Ran up to the trailhead from the RV Park at the bottom of Schnebly Road.
Ran early with a clear sky and temperatures around 50 degrees Fahrenheit.
The trail crosses many gullies and dry streambeds all of which show signs of flash flooding. All were...More
This is a favorite hike of ours; it is not too overly taxing, the incline at the front-end has steps built into the hill, and there's not too much loose gravel (ankle busters). Scenic treats line the hike along the way; a highlight is to...More
One can access the trailhead at the rear of the Arabella Hotel on Hwy 179. The trail is very nice with crushed stone and sand....you start by going up some steps made from railroad timbers...after about 1/4 mile there is a junction where you would...More
We went on 5 trails while in Sedona. To me they fal into two categories. 1) hike/walk. 2) rock climb. This is a walk/ hike where you can enjoy the beautiful scenery without having to be on all fours climbing or on the edge of...More
This was our first hike around Sedona to soak in some of the beautiful picturesque red rock mountains and it was so enjoyable. We are not die-hard hikers but would rather just go exploring and get some exercise at the same time so this hike...More
We were looking for an easy hike on which to stretch our sore legs, and this worked well. It's up to I think 4 miles round trip, but with no set destination you can go as long as you want. Minimal elevation gain and loss,...More
This is a fairly easy way to experience Sedona hiking. The trail is relatively flat without many steep ups or downs and it doesn’t have large steps to negotiate. Even though you occasionally see houses the vegetation and hills make it seem more remote. If...More
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It might be. I'm not a mountain biker so I can't say for sure but when we were there, there was a guy getting ready to bike. There is another trail at this trail head that might be better for biking. It begins in the same... More
It might be. I'm not a mountain biker so I can't say for sure but when we were there, there was a guy getting ready to bike. There is another trail at this trail head that might be better for biking. It begins in the same parking lot as Margs Draw.