PACKING GUIDE FOR HIKING IN SEDONA

To go hiking in Sedona, one should bring a small lightweight flashlight and an alternative to batteries and bulbs. Wearing sunscreen would not be a bad idea. One should also carry the sunglasses, hat, map, compass, signal mirror, and water purification tablets(as a backup). Staying on the trail would be the most important thing to do.



Here’s some guidance for hiking in Sedona. One should visit these places for getting the best hiking experience in their life.


Munds Wagon Trail:





The place is located at 167 Schnebly Hill Rd, Sedona, AZ 86336, United States. The contact information is +1 928-282-3113. This Hiking trail is based on a historic cattle route close to the Mitten Ridge & Merry-Go-Round rock formations. This region preserves many unique red geological formations. The Canyon and formation colours are breathtaking. This hike is a must-do hiking trail. The view at the top is well worth it.


This is an 8 mile out and back hike. At the time of Sunset, the trail got really busy so it is advisable to go there early. All in all, it is a beautiful hike and it can be called a great workout. People can bring water and lunch for a picnic at the top.



Soldier Pass Trailhead :


This place is located at Forest Service 9904 Rd, Sedona, AZ 86336, United States. The contact information is +1 928-203-2900. Soldier Pass Trail is relatively short and easy to hike. But the main reason why people love this trail is to visit the Seven Sacred Pools and hike to the Soldier Pass cave.


The best time for this hike is spring and fall, when temperatures are mild, but one should expect big crowds. During the summer, one should expect very hot temperatures but lower crowds. In the winter, temperatures can get below freezing but crowds are also lower. The Soldier Pass Trailhead is located at the end of Forest Service 9904 Road. There is a small gravel parking lot that holds a total of 14 vehicles. This parking lot is gated and it is only open from 8 am to 6 pm. There are no restrooms at the parking lot.



Devil’s Bridge Trailhead :





The location of the bridge is Devil’s Bridge Trail, Sedona, AZ 86336, United States. Devil’s Bridge is the largest natural sandstone arch located in the Sedona area of Coconino National Forest. This is a great hike that offers breathtaking views of Red Rock country. The route is relatively short but does have a steep climb at the end. The official trailhead starts along the unpaved portion of Dry CreeK Road and requires a high clearance vehicle to access.



Jim Thompson Trailhead:





The location of the place is Jim Thompson Trail, Sedona, AZ 86336, United States. This is a very popular area for hiking, horseback riding, and mountain biking. The trail is open year-round and is beautiful to visit anytime. This place is a mix of sand and rock, has terrific views from trees to up the hill overseeing Sedona. There are pools that stay cool almost all the time but mostly stagnant water.


Adobe Jack Trailhead:





The location of the place is Adobe Jack Trail, Sedona, AZ 86336, United States. The contact information is +1 928-203-7500. This place has a fantastic trail system ranging from easy to extreme. Adobe Jack starts with compacted dirt on a smooth trail, compared to the much rockier trails in most of Sedona. The trail winds around on the natural contours and dips in and out of small washes and forest. In the lower parts, it gets a little rougher and rockier. It is a super fun hike.


This place is easily accessible and provides access to several other areas of trails. The mountain bike trails are mostly cross country with a little bit of flow and tech. The views are amazing though. Devils hole area is a fun place to session small to large rock rolls and other tricks. Verizon has great coverage throughout the trail.



Cathedral Rock:




The location of the place is Cathedral Rock Trail, Sedona, AZ 86351, United States. Cathedral Rock is a natural sandstone butte on the Sedona skyline and one of the most photographed sights in Arizona, United States. The rock formation is located in the Coconino National Forest in Yavapai County. Cathedral Rock was called "Court House Rock" on some early maps and Courthouse Butte was called "Church House Rock", which has caused endless confusion ever since.


The Hike House:





The place is located at the 431 State Route 179 Suite #B1, Sedona, AZ 86336, United States. The contact information is +1 928-282-5820. The Hike is a fabulous place to visit when someone is in Sedona. The staff here is so helpful in planning the hiking and answering any questions. The guides are knowledgeable, patient and enthusiastic. The Hike House provides hiking apparel, hiking boots and shoes, hiking maps, book and guided adventures.


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