13 Easy Hikes in  Sedona, Arizona (with Epic Views)

by Roam & Thrive

Parking in Sedona

When visiting popular hiking spots in Sedona, it is important to keep parking regulations and fees in mind. You'll need a  Red Rock Pass costs $5 per day/$10 per week. Alternately, an America The Beautiful Interagency Pass can also serve as a valid replacement for the Red Rock Pass.

Sedona Shuttle System

Sedona recently created a free shuttle system–known as Sedona Shuttle–which assists visitors with parking and provides more access to trails. If you’re planning to visit popular hiking spots during peak times, taking the shuttle can help you avoid the hassle of finding parking.

Top Easy Hikes in  Sedona, AZ

Cathedral Rock Trail

Cathedral Rock Trail is one of the best easy hikes in Sedona. The perfect hike to do for sunset, this one promises stunning views of Sedona’s red rock scenery from Cathedral Rock’s amphitheatre summit. The trail is only 1.2 miles out and back with an elevation gain of 700 feet. While I would consider it easy, be aware that there is a rock scramble in the middle of the trail that’ll have you using your hands too.

Devil’s Bridge Trail

The Devil’s Bridge Trail is one of the most iconic hikes in Sedona. At a short 1.7-mile out and back, it’s the perfect length for families and novice hikers alike. You’ll have great views of the surrounding area right from the word go. Once you get to the top, you’ll be able to get an amazing view of the red rocks from a natural sandstone bridge. It’s truly incredible, especially for sunrise.

Happy Travels!

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