Looking for a great trail near Sedona, Arizona? AllTrails has 176 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 94 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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hiking
2 days ago

Easy trail with shade after the first .5 mile of a sandy trail. If you hike past the end of the maintained trail, you'll be rewarded with a beautiful view.

hiking
3 days ago

I enjoy Eagles Nest trail. Although there's some elevation change, the trail is well kept and not as rocky as other Sedona trails. No dogs are allowed as this is a State park. There are 2 bridges out which eventually will be replaced, but the main bridge is still open. The best part of this park is sitting by Oak Creek after the hike. It's shady, beautiful and peaceful!

Did this hike on a mild overcast morning in late April. Perfect conditions. While Devils Bridge is quite a site starting this hike at Long Canyon Road leads you through a beautiful Forrest with spectacular views. I highly recommend going the extra mile on this one.

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rocky
3 days ago

Definitly a tough hike but the view at the top is so worth it! Be prepared to climb a lot and shimmy back down.

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rocky
4 days ago

High traffic, got a late start at 9 am, suggest getting there before the crowd. 3ltscwater min, and some snacks. Sit and enjoy the views!

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rocky
4 days ago

great and beautiful hike. it is better on the weekdays or super early on the weekends!

scenic driving
4 days ago

This is a beautiful drive! You could easily spend all day visiting picnic areas to swim or fish in along this road. I wouldn't recommend walking this route, the road is narrow with blind corners, and it's unsafe for pediatricians.

hiking
4 days ago

One of the busiest areas around Sedona, but beautiful and a great hike. I've met people from all over the world here!

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rocky
4 days ago

Fun place to cool off ON A WEEK DAY BEFORE NOON! Otherwise too crowded. Make sure to wear something that covers your bum because the rocks will leave brush burns on your bum. There’s safe cliff jumping and shallow and deep parts. Some shade to get out of the heat. We had a blast, would highly recommend.

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rocky
scramble
5 days ago

I did not go all the way up to the top of this because the rocks gave me a bad panic attack, I was paranoid I would slip, but it was truly beautiful. Watched the sunset here. Make sure you wear good hiking shoes and be braced for lots of shimming on your bottom when climbing down.

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bugs
rocky
5 days ago

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no shade
5 days ago

Fun trail that starts along a dirt road and then branches off. Relatively little shade so plan ahead for being in the sun for 4 miles. The views at the end are spectacular! Boynton Canyon is better in my opinion, but this is still an awesome hike. There is some shade at the end for you to relax under and enjoy the views. Took my friend and I around 2 hours to complete at a slow leisurely pace.

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no shade
rocky
5 days ago

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muddy
rocky
5 days ago

I hiked this on 7/16/19. Started at 6:45 am, but probably should’ve started earlier as it was already close to 80 degrees. I only saw two people on the trail the entire day. The first two miles were difficult, but there was still plenty of shade. I went to the Wilson Mountain lookout first, which took me three hours (5.6 miles). I thought the view was worth the extra mileage. On the way back I went to the Sedona look out and it was literally breathtaking. I’m glad that I went here after the Wilson lookout. The last few miles back were brutal though, with temperatures over 100 degrees. Total time was just under six hours. I brought 3 liters of water and only used two. I would have liked to have had my trekking poles on the way down, but I neglected to bring them. It was an amazing hike. Total distance was 12.2 miles.

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bugs
rocky
5 days ago

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rocky
6 days ago

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off trail
6 days ago

Sweet spot to go swimming and maybe do a little cliff jumping if that’s what your into. Water is a bit cold but super clean and refreshing on a really hot day. The only downfall is it gets really crowded which makes it a bit hard to enjoy and take in all its magic. But still def a spot to check out.

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rocky
6 days ago

Incredible breathtaking sunsets. A little challenging to get to the top but so worth it. Highly recommend it if your ever in Sedona.

Wanted to do the 8.2 mile loop but due to our late start and hot July temperatures (100°F) we opted for the 6.2 mile Munds Wagon and Hangover Trail out-and-back. We started at 11:30 am and ended at 4pm. We turned around at 5200ft elevation on the Hangover trail. Gorgeous views and strong breezes up top made it all worth it but the hot sun and lack of shade was a beast. We had 4.5 liters of water for 2 people. Finished with .25 liters left. Plan for at least 3 liters per person on a hot day like this and MORE if you're doing the full 8.2 mile loop. Trail was well marked and not too difficult or technical for two relatively fit adults in their late 40s! We saw lots of lizards, a few wildflowers and one rattlesnake. The sound of the cicadas was crazy! So many and so loud! I would probably give this trail 5 stars if I'd started at 5 am or any month other than July. I can't wait to try again in cooler months when water flows along the trail!

hiking
6 days ago

Great short hike! I am not a very experienced hiker or climber, but I am physically fit. This had a steep'ish (it's all relative I suppose) scramble for a short section, but once past that it was not too bad. Very exposed, will need sun protection. Watch out for the disorienting part on the way down where it opens up and crosses another trail -- you can almost head out in the wrong direction. Not a disastrous mistake, just longer down and quite further. But overall the trail was really really well marked with great caged cairns within distance of each other. Slick rock / sandstone, shoes with good grip are required. The top of the trail is a saddle where you can look over another valley.

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