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Wander through an ancient landscape.

trail 1 Baldwin Trail

difficulty

easy

distance

5 miles

pet friendly

yes
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Hike above the treetops through a draw between Cathedral Rock and a red rock butte into some staggeringly beautiful views.

TIP: Be sure to hike early in the day or late afternoon to get some shade.
trail 2 Chimney Rock Loop

difficulty

moderate

distance

2 miles

pet friendly

yes
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Pass by the famous ‘Three Fingers’ formation on an easygoing path along the red rock front country in West Sedona.

TIP: For a better view of Chimney Rock and West Sedona, take the short trail to the top of Little Sugarloaf.
trail 3 Huckaby Trail

difficulty

moderate

distance

5.6 miles

pet friendly

no
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From breathtaking, high-ridge vistas to the cool waters of Oak Creek below, this hike contains some of the most colorful scenery in Sedona.

TIP: Bring water shoes so you can wade into the creek and sit out on the flat, red rocks.
trail 4 Jacks Canyon

difficulty

hard

distance

13.4 miles

pet friendly

yes
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Desert cottontails and black-tailed jackrabbits are often spotted on this long, 22-mile ascent toward a sweeping panoramic view from Verde Valley to Oak Creek Canyon.

TIP: As one of Sedona’s less-travelled trails, Jack’s Canyon is perfect if you’re looking for solitude on your hike.
trail 5 Schuerman Mountain Trail

difficulty

easy

distance

3.6 miles

pet friendly

yes
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One of Sedona’s oldest and most impressive trails provides a cypress-shaded path as you travel up an extinct volcanic mound.

TIP: At sunset, this is one of Sedona’s most beautiful hikes.
trail 6 Turkey Creek

difficulty

moderate

distance

6 miles

pet friendly

yes
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Enjoy a climb among the green of Pinyon Pines and Junipers toward a long-dead shield volcano.

TIP: Avoid a rough drive by parking in the small lot where the graded part of the dirt road ends.
trail 7 Woods Canyon

difficulty

moderate

distance

10.4 miles

pet friendly

yes
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Take in mesmerizing views of red mesas covered in lush, green vegetation as you travel down toward a dry creek bed loaded with massive gray boulders.

TIP: In the winter and spring, snowmelt rushes through to create small, freshwater creeks and a red sandstone beach at the 3.5-mile point.
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