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Oak Creek via Huckaby Trail

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Coconino National Forest

Oak Creek via Huckaby Trail is a 3 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Sedona, Arizona. The trail is good for all skill levels and is primarily used for hiking, running, mountain biking, and backpacking. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Distance: 3.0 miles Elevation Gain: 508 feet Route Type: Out & Back

dogs on leash

kid friendly

backpacking

hiking

mountain biking

running

no shade

Dog and kid (ages 6+) friendly. A bit steep in areas. Nice trail to get to oak creek in a round about way. There are better views in Sedona, but this didn’t disappoint.

hiking
2 months ago

We really enjoyed this hike! Great views along the way.

hiking
2 months ago

Amazing trail with a great lookout point and bench about halfway! Very peaceful hike with my dog

hiking
3 months ago

Great trail, nice overview of uptown Sedona. Right now (Feb 2020) a lot of construction noise at parts of the trail from the road upgrade (reason for 3 stars). Gorgeous overlook of Oak Creek before it drops down into canyon

hiking
5 months ago

Great trail closer to 3.5 mile to the half way point, but not all the way to oak creek.

mountain biking
rocky
7 months ago

hiking
11 months ago

too clise to the road so noisy ut quite some good views

hiking
rocky
11 months ago

hiking
Sun May 26 2019

Well kept trail. Beautiful views.

hiking
Sun May 19 2019

We started at 8:00 am, wasn’t early enough to beat the heat, had to turn around as dogs overheating. Also some steeper rocky sections. I would not characterize this as an easy trail, just look at the elevation map. Good views but a lot of town noise.

hiking
Fri Apr 26 2019

Nice views of the canyon at several points.

hiking
Tue Apr 09 2019

Easy trail to hike. Only saw two other hikers. Couldn't cross the stream because the water was too deep. We enjoyed it very much.

hiking
Sat Apr 06 2019

It was beautiful! You do see some homes and businesses. A lot of up and down hills which made it more tiring. Turned out to be 4.4 miles. Almost more then my dog and I could do, but no regrets. 60 yr old took us 3 hrs with 1/2 hour rest at the creek.

hiking
Fri Mar 29 2019

Great trail! The only downside is having the city in view for a good portion of the trail. Limited traffic, a couple bikes. Definitely do the trail.

hiking
Mon Mar 18 2019

Good trail we all agreed would be better to do in the morning. Took about 2 miles to get to the river.

hiking
closed
muddy
off trail
rocky
Sun Feb 03 2019

Closed by the river high.

hiking
Sat Jan 19 2019

Leisurely hike with beautiful views. There is a bit of elevation gain, but nothing too strenuous.

hiking
Sun Aug 26 2018

Good hike however road noise and views of the city never let you escape

hiking
Wed May 30 2018

Nice hike, start EARLY, especially if you are with dogs. We started at 7 am and turned around early cause our dogs were so hot. Views of the town of Sedona and the many different rock formations around town. Wish we could've finished!

Fri Mar 23 2018

Nice easy trail that goes down into the creek and has a couple water crossings. Water shoes came in handy for us in March.

hiking
Mon Feb 05 2018

After skipping Devil’s Bridge because the lots were overflowing (on a Monday) I was happy to find this trail with almost nobody on it! (Lot was almost full at 11 am as there are multiple trails here) Not sure what the destination is on this specific 3 mile route, but we kept going down to the creek so my pup could cool off, which made the hike just over 4 miles round trip. Nice amount of shade and elevation, excellent views. Great hike!

Thu Nov 01 2001

Sedona to Flagstaff through Oak Creek Canyon is one of the prettiest anywhere is the USA. First the huge red rocks of Sedona are a 360 degree postcard in itself. Then when you enter the Oak Creek area it was a beautiful fall foliage forest drive. The road winds back and forth with various pull off viewing and picture points. Also, we saw many mule deer, in fact be vary careful not to hit them with your vehicle, they are very large and the road is very curvy. if you are in the area, this a worthwhile drive to take for the day.

hiking
8 days ago

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