A Brief Guide to the Best Sedona Hiking Trails
Sedona, Arizona, is a popular vacation destination for many. Each year it attracts outdoor enthusiasts from all across the country. Why? Because they have some of the best hiking. Are you wondering what some of the best trails are? Here’s a brief guide to the best Sedona hiking trails to get you started.

Templeton Trail

This trail will suit the entire group if you have different hiking experience levels on the trip. Templeton Trail offers easy-to-moderate hikes with incredible views of Cathedral Rock and shaded areas to rest. Take a break at the banks of Oak Creek. It provides the perfect place to lay down a blanket and enjoy a picnic. Templeton Trail is 2.2 miles long and takes around one and a half hours to hike.

Devil’s Bridge Trail

This trail is very popular in Sedona and for a good reason. It’s another easy-to-moderate hike that’s four miles long. Since it’s so popular, we recommend getting to the trail early. You’ll still have to deal with large crowds, especially at the bridge. You’ll enjoy amazing views and a relatively easy hike until the last bit.

Cathedral Rock

Cathedral Rock is one of the best hikes in Sedona. It’s a 1.2-miles long hike that will take between one to two hours. The hike is moderately difficult, but the jaw-dropping views at the end make the entire thing worth it. Ensure you pack your camera because this scene is one you won’t want to forget.

Bear Mountain

Look no further to find one of the most difficult hikes in Sedona. This five-mile hike will take four to six hours, and it will be a workout, to say the least. Ensure you have quality hiking boots for some incredibly steep climbs. Once you reach the top, you’ll enjoy breathtaking views of the Sedona red rocks. You can also see the San Francisco Peaks near Flagstaff!

West Fork Trail

West Fork Trail is an easy trail that is full of shade and quiet. You’ll meander around Oak Creek the entire hike. It’s perfect for a hot day in Sedona since you’ll have the shade. This trail isn’t one to skip.

Use this brief guide to find the best Sedona hiking trail for you. After you’ve explored the trails, spend the next day with Bliss Wine Tours. Our Arizona wine-tasting tours will help you relax and unwind.

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