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Bell Rock

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Bell Rock

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Guided ATV Tour of Western Sedona

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Experience the desert terrain of western Sedona with the thrill of a half-day ATV tour. Ride along rugged dirt trails surrounded by steep canyon walls, red-rock bluffs, and brush, stopping at lookouts and other remote locations far from the crowds. Your guide leads you to the top of Skeleton Bone Mountain, and points out movie filming locations along the way.
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Nikalynka wrote a review 25 Feb.
Chicago, Illinois22 contributions
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We had an eclectic group of friends from the ‘I’m just going to sit back and drink my cooler of beers’ to the adventurous type like myself and the hiking novices. This was a great spot for us overall (I guess I can’t speak for the guy drinking his beers because he would have been happy to do that back at the Vrbo). Those who were less adventurous were happy to hike a bit up then stay low, the rest of us kept an eye out on them (so they didn’t roll off the mountain) as we climbed our way up. Keep in mind there is a specific way to get to the very top, it took us a while to figure that out once we ran into more experienced hikers. I wish I had known that sooner because I would have liked to have made it up there. We were some of the first ones a bell rock since we wanted to catch the sunrise, but when we left for lunch there was a line of cars waiting to catch any parking spot. We told the guy who wanted our spot it would take us about 10 minutes before we drove off and he was happy to wait, so the parking lot gets FULL. Very happy with the hike, the trails and the level of difficulty to easy here. I would say wear shoes that have good grip because of the loose Sandy/rock- I slipped twice on my bum- but at the same time I ran into a guy wearing socks and puma slides and he made it up top before I did so... ¯\_(-_-)_/¯
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Date of experience: February 2021
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AmazingSparkle wrote a review 25 Feb.
176 contributions27 helpful votes
Bell Rock is beautiful. It’s a must see! The whole area surrounding it is beautiful! Take one of the surrounding trails!
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Jenkinsclan wrote a review 23 Feb.
Rockledge, Florida31 contributions28 helpful votes
We stopped here for a little hike and made it almost to the tippy top but it was starting to drizzle and we didn’t want to slip on the rocks. Totally different hiking here vs hiking in places like Smoky Mtns. Loved it-
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Date of experience: December 2020
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T L wrote a review 23 Feb.
San Diego, California296 contributions135 helpful votes
The trail we took was approx 4 miles round trip. The path is easy with beauty at every turn. The trail is accessible from two parking lots ( one on southern end the other northern end) off of 179 N. The weather was perfect. The trail can be busy and one can ride a bike on the trail and dogs on leash are allowed.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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tworollos wrote a review 22 Feb.
Elyria, Ohio89 contributions21 helpful votes
We just sat there and took it all in ,it is such a special place you can feel the ageless energy it emits
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Date of experience: February 2021
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