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Do NOT try to go the whole way to the falls with dogs. There are very large boulders that make it extremely difficult for them and for you. This was a very fun hike and the falls are beautiful. I will definitely do it again WITHOUT my dogs. Also wear closed toed shoes. Chacos or tevas might seem like a good idea because of the water but the sand and small rocks will get into them and make it a very unpleasant hike.

Great trail I was going to do the whole thing but decided to cut it in half by taking Houston brothers. Awesome trail, a little depressing seeing all the burnt trees.

road biking
23 hours ago

it looks too heavily traffic to ride our bikes however we are all going to try anyway.

Wonderful views of Sedona! This hike is closer to 7 miles - not the 4.6 it says it is. We went to the very tippy top and traipsed around a bit to explore the flat area at the top. Lots of spiky bushes and agave plants up there! Beautiful 360* views and it was fun to hear your voice echo across the rocks if you decide to let out an enthusiastic 'WOOO!'. Hike was steep and hard - but worth it. I would definitely suggest hiking shoes with a good grip and a hiking pole for the way down to take stress off your knees, if weak knees are an issue. We started this hike around 9:30 am and took our sweet time pausing to take in the views and sitting around and talking. We left in the early afternoon as the clouds started to roll in for some afternoon convection. Beautiful views and lots of pretty cacti! Also, hardly anyone was on the trail. Pretty remote for Sedona.

Beautiful.... worth the drive from Phoenix.

Not well mapped, however view is great

1 day ago

1 day ago

Too bad this is closed. Took my son on his first hike back when he was about 4 years old.