Favorite Hikes in Sedona

Sedona is one of our favorite places to hike, there are so many hikes to do and each one is so unique. We've been there twice now, once in early Spring and once in the middle of winter. Be aware that it does get busy here and there are often traffic jams getting in to... Continue Reading →

Woods Canyon

Beautiful 6+ mile RT trail in Sedona AZ with red rock, flowing river, ghostly white trees, cows & unique plants. Distance:             6+ mile out and backTime:                     3-4 hoursStart:                    Red Rock Visitor Center Parking... Continue Reading →

Mill B North Trail

Distance: 4.5 Miles RT Time: 2 hours. Start: 4.5 miles up Big Cottonwood Canyon at the S curve Difficulty: Moderate Elevation Gain:  2061 ft I decided to go for a lunch hike today.  I work close to the mouth of the Big Cottonwood Canyon so it is easy to go up the canyon for a quick hike.... Continue Reading →

Whiting Campground Trail

Distance: 3.43 miles RT (to top of campground/end of road) Time: 1 hour 15 minutes Start: Mouth of Mapleton canyon Difficulty: Family friendly Elevation Gain: 641 ft (very gradual accent) Take 400 N. in Mapleton directly to the mouth of Mapleton canyon.  There is a gate that blocks the road during winter months.  I'm not... Continue Reading →

Ferguson Canyon Trail

Distance:  1.7 Miles RT Time:  1 hour. Start: Timberline Dr Difficulty: Family Friendly - Moderate Elevation Gain: 590 ft I only hike for a little under an hour when it started to rain & hail on me, but there is still plenty to see in this time frame.  The trail begins on Timberline Dr (a dead-end street), where there... Continue Reading →

Battle Creek Falls Hike

Distance:  1.4 Miles RT Time:  1 hour. Start: End of Battle Creek Dr. in Pleasant Grove Difficulty: Family Friendly - Moderate Elevation Gain: 444 ft Battle Creek Falls is a short hike (a little less than 1.5 miles round trip), to a pretty decent waterfall.  The trail continues past the waterfall, but we didn't make it that... Continue Reading →

Big Springs Hollow Trail

Distance: 4.5 miles RT Time: 2 hour Start: Provo Canyon to Vivian Park - S Fork Rd to Big Springs Park Difficulty: Family friendly - Moderate Elevation Gain: 842 ft We wanted to see how the kids would handle a 5 mile hike, so we chose the Big Springs Hollow Loop trail.  To get to... Continue Reading →

Neffs Canyon Hike

Neffs Canyon Trail located south of Mill Creek canyon and above a residential neighborhood.  There is a dirt parking lot at the top of White-Way road.  There appear to be a lot of smaller offshoot trails that may or may not take you anywhere. As you walk up the dirt road I passed by a water... Continue Reading →

Bridal Veil Falls

If you haven't been to Bridal Veil Falls lately, you are missing out.  In fact, you should see it in various seasons to see how different it can be.  Most people see the falls without ever leaving the paved trail.     there is a trail that takes you to the bottom of the falls (or you... Continue Reading →

Proudly powered by WordPress | Theme: Baskerville 2 by Anders Noren.

Up ↑