There are more than 200 trails in Sedona for hiking. The good thing is that you can visit over and over and hike different trails each time. We did a couple of hikes and the views are breathtaking!
Energy Vortexes are swirling centers of energy that are conducive to healing, meditation and self-exploration. Sedona has 7 vortexes!
Sedona Shuttle offers a free Sedona Shuttle to some of the trailheads in the region.
Devil’s Bridge is a sandstone arch that looks like a bridge. Located in Coconino National Forest, this hike has stunning views of Red Rock country. From the Dry Creek Vista Trailhead, this trail is 6.3 km.
Once at the top, I made it out onto the arch for a picture! A little dizzy when looking down.
The hike itself was not difficult and an enjoyable hike. Near the top were a couple steeper sections.
Chapel of the Holy Cross
The chapel was built from 1954 to 1956 into the red rock buttes of Sedona by Marguerite Brunswig Staude. It’s not large, but the views are beautiful. There’s a little gift store in the lower level.
Cathedral Rock is a sandstone butte and is a vortex. It is one of the most-photographed sights in Arizona and the trail was closed when we got there. We were able to hike so high, but not all the way up.
The views are breathtaking of Cathedral Rock, Bell Rock, and Courthouse Butte. At the right spot, you can also see The Chapel of the Holy Cross in the distance.
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Jackie is “Mom” to one amazing son, an IT professional, and an obsessed traveller. She spends her time reading, golfing at Ladies League, and implementing software projects. Jackie has travelled to 7 continents and 90 countries and is always planning the next destination and adventure!
2 Replies to “Sedona Hiking”
Beautiful Beautiful Beautiful !! I know it took your breath away ❤️
It’s beautiful there. Will be able to do different hikes next year!