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off road driving
7 hours ago

I did this trail in reverse from the I-17 exit 320 down into Sedona. The drive was beautiful the entire way and It took 2 hours of all downhill driving! It’s also a little rocky once you get out of the pines so it’s a slow trip but worth it.

Love this trail, always a good sunset and sunrise hike!!

Most of the hike is completely boring along a dirt road and then when you finally get to the trail it is so busy it’s annoying. When you finally get to the bridge there will be a line of people waiting to take a pic on it. And so many people all over the bridge area it’s hard to find a place to sit and relax. This was definitely a hike I’ll never do again and may not recommend it to anyone either. There are restrooms at the start of the trail. Pretty much no shade if you bring your dogs.

nice hike. took me 3+ hrs to hike the trail.

Rocky trail, but the view on the top is great. dogs can use these trail.

Noce gentle trail. Great for a beginner

Love this trail

11 hours ago

Follow the road all the way up to the trailhead. If you continue up the road to the right it is a little easier but a little longer. Took about 2 hours round trip taking my time. Fantastic views of the whole valley. Great hike!

“neighborhood residents only” on the sign but I still did it. Good hike overall. Short and moderate difficulty.

12 hours ago

Super easy trail with beautiful views of Oak Creek, popular nearby rock formations, and Sedona’s downtown district. Not too far out in nature to be “secluded” but far enough out to enjoy nice views and beautiful flora and fauna. Trail dog friendly (as long as they are leashed) but I’d be careful of the first stretch of the hike and all the cacti right along the trail in case your pup likes to nose around in things!

So fun to get to the top of this conspicuous Phoenix landmark! Definitely some hands and feet scrambling to get to the summit. Helmets are a very good idea given loose rock and given that there may very well be other people climbing above you.

We found the county road coming up from 188 (east) to be in much better shape than the road that ascends from 87 (west).

Awesome introduction (for me) to the incredible geological and floral landscape of the Catalinas. I'd highly recommend doing this along with Pima Canyon. Park a car in both places or get a Lyft or whatever. Perfect weather in the dead of winter. Can't imagine it being safe on a hot day.

Had a great time on this in the dead of winter. Took us about 6 hours including a few frivolous breaks for playing hacky sack and enjoying the scenery. Can't imagine doing it on a hot day.

Wonderful park for the atmosphere!!! The trails are very easy and perfect for walking the dog or running. We loved the ducks, rabbits, and hummingbirds all over!

Wonderful view, down and up in 6 hours.

Nice little hike. Can be as easy or as difficult as you want it to be.

15 hours ago

As advertised. My wife and I had a great hike!

18 hours ago

Loved this hike and plan to do again. Great exercise and beautiful views, about an hour round trip

It’s amazing to me that no one says anything about the primitive road that takes you to the trailhead. Maybe that’s common knowledge out in the superstitions, but anyway, getting to the trailhead is a bumpy and unpaved ride that can be done in a standard sedan but best with a high clearance vehicle.

The trail is nice and I wouldn’t say it was easy, more moderate. Definitely beats other trails in the valley in looks; lots of green even in the winter.

Great little warm up trail with some very nice views . Relaxing

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