Doe Mountain Loop Trail is a 2.3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Sedona, Arizona that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and nature trips.

Length2.3 miElevation gain606 ftRoute typeLoop
HikingNature tripsViewsWildflowersRockyScramble
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david tschantz
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Francis Chaten
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Great. Big views at the top. Some mild scrambling

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Colin Lovdahl
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Great view

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Matt Mallon
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Kevin Erb
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Brian Minnis
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Danielle Gilsrud
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Lauren Johnson
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Was fun but we got lost

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Benjamin Rafter
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Joann shaw
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A great trail to top of Doe mountain. easy to moderate; short up .7 miles; at the top you can wander on the edge of the cliffs for about 3-4 miles; this is a table top mountain which has vistas in every direction close up you see Bear Mountain, Fay canyon, enchantment Ranch and the Backside of Cockscombs; further out you see the man with Devils Bridge, backside of Capital Butte and Chimney Rock. And in the distance Wilson Mtn And lost Wilson my to the north and to the south Sedona and oak creek ; bell rock and the courthouse rock. Beautiful desert butte trail up here. Recommend hiking stick for those over 50 and hiking boots. Going down I only had one place I had to sit on rock. ps if you go on a weekday morning you will find parking trailhead. It was light traffic on a weekday. It is part of cococino forest so you Ned a red rock pass or a natl park pass.

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Andrea Wu
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Great views for sunrise!

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Steven Soares
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Bethany Schoenick
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Dawn Morris
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Randy Morris
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Craig Brekke
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Andy Porter
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Although a cloudy day, the loop was fantastic. A multitude of social trails follow the rim as closely as you dare. Amazing views all the way around.

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Dei M
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Grace Getzen
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steeper than it looks!

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Paul Vanjo
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Very easy and relaxing trail. On the way up if a path looks blocked with a stick/line of rocks, it’s most likely off the trail. Definitely walk the entire perimeter of the mesa, a little rocky in some parts but mostly flat. Easy to find way back down

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Ryan Hvizda
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HikingOff trail

The loop is not a trail. It’s a bit irresponsible to promote it as a trail, people are walking all over the top of the mountain, not on a designated trail. The desert soil takes decades to create a crust and the lack of an official trail means people are walking all over the top of this mountain with no regard to the fragile soil.

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Bertrand Kaper
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Wendy Osur
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Extremely rocky toward the top but with beautiful views though!

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Brianna Peardon
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Did this trail on a Saturday at 2PM & saw only 4 other people at the top. AMAZING views at the top. Good hike if you want something quick with a rewarding view. There is a fee for this hike. I think i paid $5. Machine at the trailhead takes a card!

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Kevin Cubba
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Some nice views and panoramas. Early morning is probably best due to sun exposure. The first 1/2 mile is a lot of switchbacks with some rock scrambles. Once on top, the trail circles the edge to bring you back to the way down. There are many paths thru the brush, but as long as you continue to follow the edge you'll find the trail back down. We stuck fairly close to the edge to get the best views - be careful on the edges for loose rock. Also, there are many decorative cairns that do not mark the trail... so pay attention and don't blindly follow them.

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Ray Dettmer
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