Looking for a great trail near Sedona, Arizona? AllTrails has 178 great hiking trails, 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 Big Park, we've got you covered. Ready for some activity? There are 98 moderate trails in Sedona ranging from 1 to 18.1 miles and from 3,589 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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hiking
22 hours ago

Nice hike. We were fortunate to find a parking spot on the weekend and enjoyed a hike to the top. Fairly technical in a few spots but it’s worth it. Once you get to the top (sign marks end of trail) keep heading left and there is another nice little climb to a hidden pillar with a great view.

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muddy
23 hours ago

I would strongly recommend getting to the trailhead parking lot at daybreak to beat the crowds. Also there is no place to buy a Red Rock pass here, but there are restrooms. A great hike! The Devil’s Bridge is breathtaking!

Fairly easy trail with great scenery. Took my 8-year old and went up to the base of the chimney and back down. We had a great time and the weather was perfect!

hiking
1 day ago

Great trail to start. You can combine Brin Mesa and Jordan trail! I felt the seven sacred pools were overrated but the arch was the highlight of the hike (good luck finding it). Trail is pretty well marked but it is possible to get a little lost on the way back (assuming you don’t add the the other two trails). Devils kitchen was also cool

I honestly wouldn’t call this a hike — most people walk the dirt road to the trail head and “hike” the short distance it takes to get up. I would recommend taking the scenic/strenuous route (just long not strenuous) that is posted on the sign. This is a hike mainly for tourists, instagrammers, and families. Personally I feel if you don’t care for a picture at devils bridge it might not worth it. Swarms of people

Great views!

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muddy
no shade
rocky
1 day ago

Got here late morning and there was zero parking left. Do not park signs and cars to be towed were everywhere so we ended up parking for $5 at the Jordan Trail Head lot instead and joined up to Soldier’s Pass trail. We did Grand Central, Ant Hill, Adobe Jack and Soldier’s Pass to Seven Sacred Pools. Very muddy on the trails less travelled. But the pools are cool!

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muddy
no shade
rocky
scramble
1 day ago

Did this short hike day after rain and it’s muddy at parts. There are atleast 2 places where you have to be really careful moving along the rocks edge to get around to the other side. Definitely not for the faint of heart or those scared of heights. But very cool caves!! Watch for the “it’s illegal to deface rocks” sign for the cave opening.

Great for catching the sunset

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muddy
1 day ago

Came a little later in the day. we did the loop and some. had an amazing time. Tooky 11 y.o son he had a blast.

So great! Don’t bail out half way up. So worth it to get to the trail end.

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muddy
scramble
1 day ago

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muddy
1 day ago

Fun climb at the end, beginning is very leisurely

hiking
1 day ago

The app wouldn’t save the first recording of the hike to devils bridge so it recorded 2 separate hikes as one. Both hikes were great! The maps were really helpful although they were fairly easy trails to see.

Fun trail and the view at the top is magnificent!

We were here late morning President’s Day 2020 so something to keep in mind. This was a good hike with some nice views, but there was literally a line of people waiting to take photos on the natural bridge. I personally find it hard to enjoy places like this with so many people. If you have a truck or a larger vehicle with 4 wheel drive, you can drive right up to the trailhead (there is parking) and avoid walking the dusty road to the trail. I’d highly recommend attempting this trail early morning to avoid crowds if you are visiting on a weekend or another holiday. It was not nearly as serene and enjoyable as other hikes we did in Sedona. Doe Mountain for sunrise was a personal favorite!

Great hike, bring your sunscreen for sure as there is little cover throughout. We also parked at Cibola as parking at the Soldier Pass trailhead was extremely crowded, even for an off-season weekday in February. I recommend skipping the out & back Brins Mesa trail stemming from this trail unless you are there to experience the Mesa. I’m not sure what I was supposed to be looking for but the trail was just some forest with a small creek.

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muddy
rocky
scramble
1 day ago

Terrific trail with lots of varied terrain and vistas. Not terribly hard but does require some scrambling and trail knowledge. Not a great hike for extremely rainy days as part of the hike is on a dry waterfall and tiny creek bed. We loved it!

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muddy
scramble
1 day ago

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