5 Best Hiking Trails In Sedona

September 27, 2017

Do you love to hike, especially when your hard work pays off big with stunning views of nature? Then don’t miss this incredible opportunity to live near 200 miles of trails in one of the most beautiful places in the Southwest. You could spend a lifetime exploring all of Sedona’s hiking trails, but here are our top 5 to get you started.

Devil’s Bridge

Distance: 1-3 miles, out and back (2-6 miles total), depending on where you start

Difficulty: Moderate

If you only have one day to hike in Sedona, this is the top-recommended trail. You’ll need a high-clearance vehicle to get to the trailhead, but once you do you’re in for a treat. As you climb up the side of a mountain, you’ll enjoy breathtaking views of the surrounding valleys and mesas. And the climax? The trial ends at the world’s largest natural sandstone arch, which you can walk on for some envy-earning photos.

Courthouse/Bell Rock

Distance: 3.9 to 4-mile loop

Difficulty: Moderate

While many visitors end their trek at Bell Rock, the true beauty of this trail begins after you pass the crowds at this iconic formation. The Courthouse Butte Loop Trail lies on the southern side, while Big Park Loop hits the northern and eastern side. The better views can be found on the latter, but both are worth the trek. Don’t miss the ocotillo grove and Pancake Rock.

Broken Arrow

Distance: 3.4-mile loop

Difficulty: Easy

While jeeps and other off-road vehicles use this trail alongside hikers, they’re a minor distraction when pitted against the splendor of Red Rock canyons and cliffs. The Devil’s Dining Room is just .6 miles in, while Chicken Point is the trail’s pinnacle. Link to other trails along the way to extend your hike.

Little Horse

Distance: 3.5 miles total, out and back

Difficulty: Easy to Moderate

Cross dry creek washes and enjoy views of Cathedral Rock, Gibraltar Rock, and Munds Wilderness on this alternate route to Chicken Point. Add a side hike to Chapel of the Holy Cross or Submarine Rock for even more adventure.

Huckaby

Distance: 5.6 miles total, out and back

Difficulty: Moderate

Lesser-known but all the more impressive for it is Huckaby trail. Water in the desert is always an incredible find, and this well-disguised trail is no different. 1/3 of the trial follows Oak Creek and the rest leads you up small canyons and bluffs. Enjoy views of Sedona, Capitol Butte, and Wilson Mountain.

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