Sedona is a great city for nature lovers, there's many mountains and beautiful areas to hike here. The town is clean and feels perfectly safe to walk around at night or day. To get to Red Rock State Park’s most iconic photo spots be prepared for some rugged adventure. Along the Bunkhouse and Eagle Nest trails, you’ll find scenic views of jagged cliffs and towering rock formations at every turn. #summervacation #hikingtrails
#summer Fun in Sedona, Arizona The Red Rock Canyon
Must see! There are three trails to the awe inspiring Devil’s Bridge: an easy/moderate route with an option to drive a 4x4 vehicle for two miles round trip(3.6 mile hike); a moderate route (no 4x4) that’s 4 miles; the strenuous hike is about 4.6 miles with no 4x4. The views atop the Devil’s Bridge are simply gorgeous. You will experience why the old saying states that “God created the Grand Canyon, but He lives in Sedona.” A must for those experienced or inexperienced hikers alike.
hiking the boynton canyon and coffee at the pump house! a perfect staycastion
Located just under 3 hours north of Phoenix, Arizona, you’ll find the famous red rocks of Sedona. There are so many amazing hikes to do in Sedona, but you won’t want to miss Soldier Pass Trail, Bell Rock, Devil’s Bridge, and Cathedral Rock. Be sure to bring plenty of water in a reusable water bottle, proper hiking shoes, and sunscreen, and NEVER leave behind any trash or damage the wildlife by going off-trail. For food, I recommend brunch or lunch at SaltRock Restaurant at the Amara Hotel, having a creekside meal at the L’Auberge patio, and trying everything possible on the menu at Pump House Station. To park at Sedona’s various hiking trails, you’ll need to purchase a Red Rock Pass. The Pass is $5 per day, $15 per week, or $20 per year and can be purchased at a visitor’s center, trailheads, or many businesses and hotels around town. #awesomepic
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Seeing these red rocks in real life is so incredible. These formations are a must see if you visit Arizona