Looking for a great trail near Sedona, Arizona? AllTrails has 173 great hiking trails, trail running trails, mountain biking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Red Rock State Park or Silde Rock State Park, we've got you covered. Ready for some activity? There are 92 moderate trails in Sedona ranging from 1 to 18.1 miles and from 3,723 to 7,185 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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rocky
scramble
5 hours ago

Not for beginner drivers. Good trail but is actually called Diamondback Gulch Trail.

Water was low and easy to cross. There is still some snow on the west side near the end. There is never a bad time to hit this trail.

hiking
off trail
8 hours ago

hiking
10 hours ago

We went on a Jeep Tour and the driver said many hikers accidentally walk on the Jeep road instead of the walking trail. If you take this hike make sure you are at the trail head for walking.

hiking
rocky
10 hours ago

hiking
rocky
10 hours ago

rocky
22 hours ago

I hiked this Trail this morning and reviews are exactly what they say it is. I have not hiked for a couple years so it took me about an hour to get up to the top. I am 77.

I would rate this Trail a moderate Plus as there's a lot of step-ups and it's not just a smooth trail up the side of the mountain.

There were people of all ages from young children to older gomers like me.

No one seemed to have a difficult time of it.

Just realize it's not a smooth trail winding its way up the mountain.

Views are spectacular.

The short side-trek to the Boynton vortex is well worth it. The earth didn't move for me though!

Very easy trail, except for end where there is a very steep ascent to a shelf with incredible views down the canyon and across the valley.

I started at 4:30 pm and was rewarded towards the end with a beautiful full moon rising over the hills across the valley .

The few mountain bikers I saw were very courteous.

hiking
no shade
1 day ago

The whole trail consists of walking along a dusty jeep road. There was no views or nature until the quarter mile. You spend the whole hike in jeep groves being passed nonstop by jeep tours. Then it was incredibly overcrowded and overrated. There are WAY prettier hikes available!

Nice trail. We started at 7am. The parking lot was filling up by then. It's a mile walk from the parking lot to the trail head. The last part of the hike is fairly vertical. The bridge is incredible. Lots of four wheel drive vehicles on the road from the trail head back to the parking lot.

We did the loop part and expanded the hike by taking Jordan trail on the way back. The loop is beautiful and not too hard to accomplish.

For some reason the trail summary says passenger vehicles can travel to trailhead — they can’t. So if you don’t want to hike 3 miles on the road going in to get to the trailhead and another 3 miles on the road going out, try this alternative way to get to the trailhead, showed to us by Penny at The Hike House.
Take Dry Creek Road as if you were going to the Devil’s Bridge parking area, but stay on Dry Creek Road until it turns into Boynton Pass Road. Take a right at the T on Long Canyon Road, go past Mescal parking area, look for the Long Creek Canyon trailhead and take the Chuckwagon trail on southeast side of road for 1.5 miles. Turn left on Brinn’s Mesa and stay on it for 0.2 miles, then go left on road heading north for one mile to trailhead. This ends up being an approach of 2.7 miles on beautiful trail (with only 1 mile of it on the road, instead of 3 solid miles on the road coming from the Devil’s Bridge parking area).
Secret Canyon was a beautiful, secluded trail, and if you get far enough in, you are rewarded with going down into a canyon with Ponderosa Pines and a cold babbling brook to soak your feet in (in April at least).
There is direct sun for a lot of the path, and I drank all my 3 liters of water, even in April, with a round trip of 11.3 miles. Once you’re deep in the canyon there is more shade.

Another excellent Sedona hike. Devils Bridge is a worthy destination (start before 9:00 to avoid the crowd). Highly recommend accessing via Chuckwagon trail from Dry Creek Parking rather than walking if the dirt car path. Trail much more scenic.

Not as difficult as we’d expected, but beautiful views. Well trafficked, but not super well marked.

top rated trail in sedona for a reason. great hike. great views. crowded.

hiking
2 days ago

Very well marked & maintained trails. Gorgeous views, lots to see. Parking is a problem, so be ready to hike in to the trailhead from wherever you find a space.

hiking
scramble
2 days ago

Nice flat trail through the forest. MUST do the small scramble at the trails end. The view makes the short flat walk worth it. It’s an easy scramble and doable for all.

Nice to do, but very boring walk if you park on the road or overflow area. Bridge is cool. Must wait and go out, it’s wider than it looks.

hiking
scramble
2 days ago

Great trail. Nice flat areas mixed in between beautiful red rock scrambles. Very scenic!

hiking
no shade
rocky
scramble
2 days ago

This trail is not for the novice or faint of heart. I am no novice, and can handle some pretty scary conditions. This trail becomes less obvious the higher you hike / climb. I had a local who's done the full climb multiple times as a guide, but we only got a little past the actual Lizard Head formation as I became uncomfortable with the terrain. From there the trail was more scramble / climbing right out on the edge without much of anything to catch yourself if you should fall. As others have mentioned the potential of getting yourself some place your unsure of is quite high. Nobody wants to be injured, die or be rescued but if your not extremely careful here on this trail, those will be your options. Do this with someone who knows the trail and understands the conditions, and be prepared for a difficult and sketchy at times climb.

hiking
2 days ago

Nice day hike, very busy.

A great couple hours in nature!!! Took my GSD who is almost 9 and had his knee fixed 6 months ago and he loved it!! Couple of creek/river crossings we both just plunged right on in... I did this in river sandals and it was fine just a little muddy and sandy but I find that makes it better!! Easy to navigate some moments of climbing rocks if you want to definitely get there early tho when we left I feel more people were coming than when we started...

Teacup to Andante to Thunder Mt. lovely hike.

this was our first and one of my favorite hikes in arizona. pretty straightforward walk up and down with an array of different views along the way.

rocky
scramble
2 days ago

loved hiking this trail. well worth the harder bit towards the end for the satisfaction of walking out on the bridge. lots and lots of people on this trail, theres actually a bit of a line to get on the bridge.

The hike was nice on Tuesday April 16 2019 but parts of it were very crowded, especially the parking lot. We got there at 9:00 am and it was full. When we got back 2 hours later it was overfill. One solution is to go to another parking lot connected to the web of trails connected to this trail.

Great hike, some difficult areas, but doable for those willing to get out there!!!

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