Sedona, AZ. Hands down one of the best hiking spots in the world.
Warning: Hiking in Red Rock Country may spoil you on hiking anywhere else. Named one of the most beautiful places in America, the famous Red Rocks of Sedona, AZ, set a very high bar. Red Rock Country offers over 100 trails for all levels of hikers, so whether you're looking for a scenic stroll or a vertical ascent, your perfect adventure awaits.
Red Rock Hiking Details:
- 43 trails in a 5-mile radius
- 86 Trails in a 10-mile radius
- 113 Trails in a 20-mile radius
THE HIKE HOUSE
The Hike House offers hiking packages, trail finders, a trail rating system, and so much more for our Amara Resort guests. Hiking packages include hotel pick-up, guided hiking adventures, and fascinating knowledge about the area's history and geology.
The Hike House also offers a complimentary hiking clinic every Tuesday at 10:30 am. This guided hike lasts about 1ï¿½1 ½ hours. So whether you're looking for a privately guided adventure or a group outing, The Hike House is your best bet for a Sedona hiking adventure. Browse their packages below.
Red Rock Hiking Package: In the spring and fall take a 2-hour guided hike with Sedona's premier hiking guides. This hike will take you to the majestic Red Rocks while you learn about the area's history, geology, and Native American culture.
Hike Sedona Package: Gear, guidance, and food for the trail. This package will provide you with the key elements you will need for your experience into the Red Rocks, including the Sedona Trail Finder, Red Rock Trail Pass, "Top Ten" Hiking Guide Book, water bottle, blister/first aid kit, wicking socks, and trail mix/snacks.
Sedona Trail Finder: Sedona's exclusive high-definition, interactive technology "marries your abilities and desires" to the perfect trail. With over 100 trails in the Sedona Red Rock Area, this technology will put you on the perfect trail.
Sedona Trail Rating System: The best source for trail information and trail data. This technology is perfect for those guests who like to do research prior to their stay.
Hiking Tips Before You Begin Your Adventure:
Know the Trail - A guidebook or map will provide key information about nearby trails. The Hike House offers great resources for this too.
Hydration - Carry at least one liter of water for every hour you're on the trail.
Terrain - Wear proper footwear.
Tell Someone - Tell a friend, family member, or the Front Desk where you're hiking and when you expect to return.
Sun Protection - Hat, lip balm, & sunscreen.
Preparedness - Small first aid kit, matches, signaling device, mirror or bright object, etc.