GreatSedonaHikes.com is the premier hiking trail selection website for Sedona hiking trails. With descriptions and typical photographs of each trail, you are able to compare different trails. The website serves an important function by helping you choose the right hiking trails as well as recommending outstanding businesses in the area.
While the website provides free hiking information, it it should be used only for selecting hikes and not actually hiking the trail. For hiking the trail you should purchase an up-to-date hiking guide, Great Sedona Hikes Third Edition. Great Sedona Hikes is Sedona's best, most up-to-date hiking guide, and is available here. If you are interested in finding Sedona's Vortexes you'll find links from the website to Sedona's most user-friendly book to find the location of Sedona's Vortexes.
Using GreatSedonaHikes.com permits you, the visitor, to select an easy, moderate or hard hike, suitable for your hiking ability. You'll find representative photos along each of 77 trails included on the website. You'll also learn about hiking safety, parking pass requirements and the importance of being prepared.
GreatSedonaHikes.com is tablet and smart phone friendly. And if you contact me with questions about Sedona via email, I try to reply within a few hours.
Use of the website is recommended only for helping to compare, then choose the correct hiking trail. This feature helps ensure that the appropriate trail(s) are selected which enhances the overall experience and helps to reduce the impact on the trail and surrounding environment.
For actually hiking the trails, to enhance your safety and enjoyment, I strongly recommend purchasing a copy of Great Sedona Hikes Third Edition available here.
Pet Friendly Notes
Pets can accompany hikers on all the trails if they are on a leash. Pets are not permitted at the Heritage Sites (like Palatki, Honanki or V Bar V)
Trail descriptions for the 77 included hikes include trail length information
Vertical Gain or Loss
Trail descriptions for the 77 included hikes often include vertical gain/loss information