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Cathedral Rock
#1 of 63 Nature & Parks in Sedona
This park and trail were amazing.... walking to get to the trail to go up the mountain we followed this large river with waterfall, families swimming in the water pool, the birds singing and the beauty of the plac...
Must visit: Incredible nature and rock formation Beautiful breathtaking views of red rocks.
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Broken Arrow Trail
#2 of 63 Nature & Parks in Sedona
When you meet in the car park at the start of the tour you feel overwhelmed with the number of people all heading on the same tour at the same time in different jeeps but when you are on the trail itself you are s...
My understanding is that the Pink Jeep Tour, which we were on, is the only company allowed to take people on this national park trail in cars- but because it's a national park, individuals may go, and we saw many...
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Bell Rock
#3 of 63 Nature & Parks in Sedona
The first is just south of Bell Rock off 179 and provides good views or Bell Rock and Courthouse Butte and access to the Bell Rock Pathway to Bell Rock as well as the Courthouse Loop trail and Big Park Loop trails.
Bell Rock is an amazing formation in Sedona’s red cliffs which is visible both in the town and when hiking on the nature trails.
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Devil's Bridge Trail
#4 of 63 Nature & Parks in Sedona
An off-road vehicle is required to park at the trailhead for the Devil's Bridge trail but you can park at the start of FR152 and walk the road to get to the trail (about 1 mile from parking to the trailhead) or yo...
The Devils Bridge trail on its own is way too busy to really enjoy it , So best thing to do is get there by the Mescal Trail which is very pleasant and fairly quiet until you get to the Jeep car park for the Devil...
Oak Creek Canyon
#5 of 63 Nature & Parks in Sedona
great place to do some walking on trails .Slide Rock State Park was great .Very scenic drive From Flagstaff down to Sedona on rte 89a .
The Oak Creek Canyon is perfect for nature lover, fishing is one of the activity, picnic on warm day is highly recommended very near the camp ground.
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Amitabha Stupa & Peace Park
#6 of 63 Nature & Parks in Sedona
In many ways Sedona is a magical place for renewed energy and beauty-- the Amitabha Stupa Peace Park captures both of those elements and is worth a stop on your itinerary when visiting this area.
Nestled at the foot of amazing red rock formations, the park offers an opportunity for the visitor to reflect on nature and your own spirituality.
Bear Mountain Trail
#7 of 63 Nature & Parks in Sedona
First and foremost the piece of paper you get from the chamber of commerce or the National Park service says Bear Mountain trail is a 5 mile hike.
You need a red rock or national park pass to park.
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Doe Mountain Trail
#8 of 63 Nature & Parks in Sedona
Panaromic views abound on the Doe Mountain Trail from the moment you park your vehicle to the moment you reach the mesa's summit.
There is a small car park costing $5 for the day valid for all local trails.
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Little Horse Trail
#9 of 63 Nature & Parks in Sedona
If you're staying in Sedona pass by visitors center and they will give you maps to the trails that you want to do and buy a pass there for parking while your at it that will work to park in almost all Sedona trails.
If you invest the time and energy, you will wind up at Chicken Point where you will have some of the best views at Red Rock State Park.
Soldier Pass (Brin's Mesa)
#10 of 63 Nature & Parks in Sedona
From 89A, turn onto Soldier's Pass Road, then onto Rim Shadows, & park at the Soldier's Pass Trailhead.
You may park at either trailhead to do it, but Jordan Trailhead parking has more spaces.
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Boynton Canyon Trail
#11 of 63 Nature & Parks in Sedona
This trail has amazing views, nature and you really feel like you're away from civilization, though probably only 15 mins from town.
You will need to buy a recreation pass to park your car in the lot; there is a kiosk right in the lot where you can purchase the pass ($5 for a day, I think and can be used at all of the other trail locations).
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West Fork Oak Creek Trail
#12 of 63 Nature & Parks in Sedona
Parking is $10, but park up the road a bit and walk in for just $2. Incredible, delightful, very children-friendly hike along beautiful creek.
Is a very easy hiking, it took us 4 -5 hours bc we did a picnic, we took a nap, we were enjoying the nature, the river and the beauty.
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Red Rock State Park
#13 of 63 Nature & Parks in Sedona
A delightful group from across the globe, Israel to Arkansas (us), gathered to be led by who may be the best guide in the park, Scott, a former firefighter and current Sedona resident, transplanted from San Diego.
Enjoyed an informational guided tour through Red Rock State Park, Our guide Jim provided both geological and cultural information of the area.
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Fay Canyon Trail
#14 of 63 Nature & Parks in Sedona
Great to teach your kids about nature, and they can play with the pink sand and feel proud they made it to the end (turnaround is at a rock pile).
I did have to stop in the parking lot to figure out that the trail for Fay Canyon is actually across the road from where you park so be aware of that.
Airport Mesa
#15 of 63 Nature & Parks in Sedona
Just go there, it's a lot of fun, and a very easy hike, the challenging part is finding a place to park, if you can park, you can walk up a small hike, it's very beautiful on top, and it's easy to get to the top!
From the car park its only a mere hop to get to the summit for wonderful views over Sedona.
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Slide Rock State Park
#16 of 63 Nature & Parks in Sedona
Natural rock slides and refreshing river water centered in a well maintained state park that offers local history tour, full restrooms and picnic areas.
The state Park is located in the Oak Creek area with spectacular views of Canyons, Towering Rock structures and beautiful trees and wilderness.
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Crescent Moon Picnic Site
#17 of 63 Nature & Parks in Sedona
Is a perfect place between mountain , sky , creek and nature , perfect place to relax and take special connection with SEDONA , good place for child , adults , and for picnic
This park offers spectacular views of the back side of Cathedral Rock and a peaceful hike along the river.
Snoopy Rock
#18 of 63 Nature & Parks in Sedona
Our tour guide pointed out the fact that Snoopy's creator Charles M. Schulz took inspiration from the nature and surrounding rock formations when he visited Sedona for a while.
The Parks Service has put lots of informative plaques and exhibits at most of the turnouts, so you can learn a bit about the area.
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Huckaby Trail
#19 of 63 Nature & Parks in Sedona
They allow visitors to park in many lots for trail heads around Sedona.
You can park on the left side and walk down the stairs.
Brin's Mesa Trail
#20 of 63 Nature & Parks in Sedona
Coming from Sedona on SR 89A just north of the main roundabout, turn left on Jordan Road and go to the end, where you turn left on West Park Ridge Drive and go through the paved cul-de-sac, continuing on a well ma...
You may park at either trailhead to do it, but Jordan Trailhead parking has more spaces.
Airport Loop Trail
#21 of 63 Nature & Parks in Sedona
Well worth the extra 3$ to park for the tidy outhouses.
If you park in the upper/airport parking lot, add another 1.2 miles to the hike.
Teacup Trail
#22 of 63 Nature & Parks in Sedona
Munds Wagon Trail
#23 of 63 Nature & Parks in Sedona
Lower Chimney Rock Trail
#24 of 63 Nature & Parks in Sedona
On the way walk pass the Peace Park and Medicine Wheel.
Grasshopper Point Picnic Area
#25 of 63 Nature & Parks in Sedona
Unless you want to walk a couple miles from where you need to park to enjoy the Slide Rock Park, let me tell you about an great spot with plenty of room to rest either on the sandy/rocky edge of transparent turquo...
We went on Sunday, very busy, little wait to get in the park since the parking was full, but passed quickly and the staff worked efficiently at parking.
Margs Draw Trail
#26 of 63 Nature & Parks in Sedona
Close enough to Rancho Sedona RV park to avoid driving.
I guess it's a 4 mile hike to Schnebly Road, but it's still an out an back unless you park a car there.
HiLine Trail
#27 of 63 Nature & Parks in Sedona
If you have a National Parks pass, it will work here for the parking fee.
Park at the Yavapai Vista TH and connect to Hiline through a couple short connectors.
Mescal Trail
#28 of 63 Nature & Parks in Sedona
We arrived late morning, so we had to park along the road.
Seven Sacred Pools
#29 of 63 Nature & Parks in Sedona
Jim Thompson Trail #124
#30 of 63 Nature & Parks in Sedona
Turning right on W. Park Ridge to the parking area.