Take a Hike! Sedona Hiking App with 100 Trails

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Sedona’s moderate weather is calling out to people from all over to come hike, enjoy and explore the beautiful red rocks. Ready or not, hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing and outdoor yoga season has begun (February - October)! It may have come a month (or two) earlier than usual in 2015, but locals and visitors are already taking advantage of this opportunity to get outside and be in the sunshine.

One of the most asked questions on Sedona.net is “What are the best hikes in Sedona?” Our answer is that it really depends on what you’re going for and your level of fitness. Everyone knows about West Fork in the fall, Cathedral Rock for amazing views, Bell Rock for yoga since it is a vortex and endless mountain biking trails for every level of adventurer. Our suggestion is to go explore some trails you’ve never been to this spring.

Our friends at Wasatch Tech have developed an app called Sedona Hiking App that has 100 trails that you can access offline. With 360 total miles of documented GPS trails in and around the gorgeous red rocks of Sedona, the App enables you to follow your progress on a hike without getting lost. No cell service is needed. You can enjoy the hike knowing the hike’s distance, difficulty, description, approximate time to hike, and elevation in order to pick the hikes best suited to you. You can even follow your progress with real-time GPS location on the trail screen.

If you’re a Sedona regular and think you’ve done it all, or even if this is your first time visiting, this App opens up a hundred new possibilities (minus the trails you’ve already hiked) and is a really cool way to safely go exploring. The directions to the trailhead are clear and the descriptions of the trails’ difficulty are accurate.

With these extra months of warm weather, you’ll be tempted to spend more time hiking and playing outdoors in Sedona. This Sedona Hiking App is a great little tool to help you get moving in the right direction.

Visit the Sedona Hiking App to see a full list of what trails are available, complete with pictures, difficulty, various features, and a glimpse of what the maps are like.


SEDONA HIKING GUIDES

Sedona Hiking App

Sedona Hiking App

Take a Hike! The Sedona Hiking App currently has over 110 trails, over four hundred miles of trail documented and available in the App. You can follow your location in real time and always know where you are on the trail. Visit and explore www.SedonaHikingApp.com for trail listings and

Take a Hike! The Sedona Hiking App currently has over 110 trails, over four hundred miles of trail documented and available in the App. You can follow your location in real time and always know where you are on the trail. Visit and explore www.SedonaHikingApp.com for trail listings and hike highlights with pictures from the trails.

Here's how it works: After you decide on the trails you'd like to experience, download the trails onto your device (with a network connection) and 'select' them as you do the hike. Click 'Take a Hike' to see the map. Everything you need is in each hike package, including driving directions This really is hiking for everyone. Easy, moderate, and hard day hikes to enjoy the grandeur of Sedona!

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Four Seasons Guides

Four Seasons Guides

Since 1999, offering guided hiking & backpacking tours in Grand Canyon, Sedona, and Utah. Choose from day tours to multi-day adventures. All-inclusive tours led by career professional guides with decades of backcountry experience.

Wildland Trekking

Wildland Trekking

Go on an epic journey in Sedona or to the Grand Canyon! Services include 1 to 8 day hiking adventures, tasty backcountry cuisine, and quality gear served up by America's most experienced and knowledgeable Grand Canyon guides. 25+ years experience in adventure travel.

One Tribe Tours

One Tribe Tours

Experience Sedona's healing power by tapping into her potent vortex energy. Let us take you deeper into the present moment where you can safely release, heal, and recharge your batteries. Our tours and retreats are private, personalized and customizable to meet your spiritual and physical
Experience Sedona's healing power by tapping into her potent vortex energy. Let us take you deeper into the present moment where you can safely release, heal, and recharge your batteries. Our tours and retreats are private, personalized and customizable to meet your spiritual and physical needs. Your tour can include a smudging ceremony, rose petal ceremony, guided meditation, hiking, yoga in a vortex site, a healing session, and spectacular views. We will show you how to connect to Mother Earth in a sacred way. Plus enjoy our delicious organic homemade cookies, chocolates, and tea!

Boyton Canyon

Boyton Canyon

Boynton Canyon Trail’s breathtaking red rocks views and easy passes make it one Sedona’s most accessible hikes. Travelers find impressive panoramic landscapes early in the three-mile trek, where open desert, lush foliage and sky-high canyon views reign supreme. And while some say this acce
Boynton Canyon Trail’s breathtaking red rocks views and easy passes make it one Sedona’s most accessible hikes. Travelers find impressive panoramic landscapes early in the three-mile trek, where open desert, lush foliage and sky-high canyon views reign supreme. And while some say this accessible hike ends in a rather anti-climactic way because box canyon walls stretch up on either side, ancient Sinaguan Indian ruins and tons of biodiversity make it a memorable outdoor experience for visitors to Sedona.

Bell Rock Vortex

Bell Rock Vortex

Stunning scenery, epic red rock landscapes and wide-open skies are just part of what makes a trip to Sedona’s Bell Rock a memorable travel experience. Visitors can navigate the destination’s five trails, which range from an easy hike between the Courthouse Vista Parking Lot and the Base of
Stunning scenery, epic red rock landscapes and wide-open skies are just part of what makes a trip to Sedona’s Bell Rock a memorable travel experience. Visitors can navigate the destination’s five trails, which range from an easy hike between the Courthouse Vista Parking Lot and the Base of Bell Rock, to more challenging routes, like the moderate climb to Upper Bell Rock Trail or the most strenuous option, known as The Ascent. Travelers will catch incredible views of Chicken Point, Submarine Rock and Chapel of the Holy Cross—true icons of Arizona’s famed Red Rock State Park—from various lookouts along Bell Rock’s multiple trails.

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