Explore the most popular no dogs trails near Sedona with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

hiking
2 days ago

For the more Adventurous, go under bridge. There are a few places to jump off Rocks that are about 15 and 25 feet high. The Water was plenty deep, i didnt even touch the bottom. Just watch where other people jump first. So you know where the safe places are to land.

Worth stopping for. Limited parking availability.

Very nice trail and pretty easy. A bit hot at the start so take plenty of water. The cool stream at the end is well worth the journey. It was very quiet too - I only came across three people on the entire hike.

hiking
9 days ago

Beautiful views, although not as much water and creek as we had hoped. There is not much cover so definitely prepare for the sun and heat. We went on a Sunday around noon and didn’t see many people. Bring lots of water.

nature trips
15 days ago

Fun for the whole family. Get there early and if possible in a weekday. Was a bit over crowded.

20 days ago

Good trail for light hiking jogging. Some views, 2 really nice stream crossovers.

21 days ago

Tough in 100 degrees but as long as your prepared it’s a great hike. Tougher than it seems but fun.

hiking
27 days ago

The creek is beautiful, and the trails are marked really good. My husband and I took our 8 year old on Eagles Nest Trail, then finished with Kisva Trail. The views are beautiful from below the cliffs, but Kisva seemed to be very short, definitely easy.

hiking
1 month ago

Great hike! Very few switch backs. Straight up grind. Took 45 lb backpack. One of the mist technical in Sedona area.

hiking
1 month ago

This was a nice, definitely moderate trail. If you're in great shape, hike often, are well-equipped to handle the heat during the summer months, and have no little ones, then yes, I suppose it can be described as an easy trail. West Fork is easy as is Slide Rock or Parsons. I say this to offer a warning to those that read other reviews describing this trail as easy. It gets hot and there are some decent ascents that will challenge you, if at the very least, give you a decent workout. If you have young children be prepared to stop often for water breaks. If you are backpacking or carrying toddlers, you'll feel it. But, the water is so nice once you get to it. There are even some nice rocks to sun bathe on. We cooled off, ate some lunch, and hiked back to the trailhead (kiddos and all) as temps were hovering around 100°. They handled it like little troopers but still stopped several times for water. So, having said all that, my family and I will definitely do this again but will most assuredly start earlier in the day to beat the heat.

So fun! Beautiful Views!
We went during the week and it was busy....I can't imagine what the weekend or holidays are like. Go early or you may not get in at all. when we left there was a line of cars waiting to get in.

Amazing spot. Crowded on the weekend

on Eagles Nest Trail

hiking
1 month ago

great early morning hike. it takes you over a great creek, marshlands, (via small wooden bridge), up the rock and threw a pasture, (include deer). we took this on our way out of town, and it doesn't disappoint. only downside was the view and proximity of houses.

I really want visitors to know when facing the chapel entry doors to the left are courthouse & bell & elephant. To the right are the beautiful Cathedrals (the back of them) The huge home built has taken from our views of this most photographed place in Sedona & in Northern AZ.
We love this treasure & it is worth reading the story behind it.

hiking
1 month ago

Visiting the chapel is a nice experience. Totally overrun by people but everyone is in a great mood. You could do the little out and back on the Chapel Trail which is a very easy and safe trail. Why not?! Take a little water and go on a stroll with your friends. The Chapel Trail is a nice side trip if you are hiking up Little Horse on your way to Chicken Point. Might as well check out the Chapel on your way!

hiking
1 month ago

Overall this was a nice hike. Our only frustration was that Google maps took us to a private driveway, which was about 1.5 miles further north on 89N than where we were supposed to start. The owner of the property said it happens a lot. He directed us north on 89 to the Midgley Bridge, and we accessed the trail from there (and hiked back toward Sedona). So... if you want to start on the southern end (near town) take Schnebly Hill Road to the trailhead. Regarding the hike itself, It offered beautiful views of Sedona on one end, a couple creek crossings and nice views at the other end near Midgley Bridge. The middle section was nothing special but provided good shade - Average work out, on the easier to moderate side.

walking
2 months ago

Beautiful monument! Didn’t spend to much time, there were lots of visitors. Gift shop is weak, nothing worth buying. Other than that great place to stop.

walking
2 months ago

Volunteers were very informative & genuinely loved the history of this spot. We road down in a rental (Ford Fusion) & it was ok, little bumpy but no big deal. We relaxed outside the center & watched the humming birds. Very relaxing!

Very picturesque! Multiple water crossings and opportunities to swim.

hiking
2 months ago

All reviews are accurate — excellent trail finding skills needed once you’re reaching the summit and cannot be afraid of heights and sheer drops. Beautiful views with incredible outlooks over Sedona but Not for the faint of heart! I was the only person on this trail yesterday and having it to myself was amazing — unless something had gone wrong, I’d of been in trouble. I can easily see how people get up but can’t get down, never climb what you can’t descend as well! Some spots need light canyoneering and lots of scrambling. Worth it!

nature trips
2 months ago

Holy crapoli! This place was so much fun. $20 to park your car in the state park but you can park just a tad North of the park on the side of 89A and walk down a cute trail at the top of the canyon that leads you straight into the entrance of the park and pay $3 each for walking in. We also saw some people scaling the side of the canyon to completely avoid the fee all together. It was awesome seeing everyone having a good time soaking up the sun. Nothing but smiles all over.

2 months ago

Mountain bikes it from the top down. Fun trail but I would rate it as expert.

hiking
2 months ago

a favorite as a local.

Easy hike enjoyed the views the Bridge is great

Out and back trail. The scenery is special and felt like I was right up near the mountains. Very limited wildlife...maybe that's good in a desert! Trail is in very good condition and only slippery in a few spots. That's important to this 54 yr old overweight guy who is looking for a safe experience. At times, I felt I was in someone's back yard. Busy parking lot but we were the only ones on the trail.

Great!!

Fun, pretty easy and we love putting our feet in the creek at the end!

hiking
3 months ago

Really cool historic spot. Petroglyphs, ruins and more. Must make a reservation with the park Ranger. Very easy but worth it. Beautiful views too!

fun

3 months ago

Great trail!

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