Your Arizona outdoor adventure awaits
From hiking tours to state parks
With two state parks, four wilderness areas and nearly two million acres of national forest, Sedona doesn’t have to twist your arm to come out and play. What to do first? Below are a few of our favorite suggestions...
Hiking: From scenic strolls to vertical climbs, hiking in Red Rock Country offers trails for every skill level. The Hike House hooks you up with guided hiking tours, complimentary weekly hiking clinic and hiking packages.
Pink Jeep Tours: Go four-wheeling on the Red Rocks, hold on tight as you descend onto the Road of No Return, learn about the beliefs surrounding the vortexes, visit a 700-year-old Native American cliff dwelling and more — all in an open-air pink Jeep Wrangler.
Over The Edge Sports: This one-stop bike shop will hook you up with mountain bikes, road bikes or cruisers. With over 200 miles of red single track around Sedona, there’s no shortage of opportunities to catch air.
Red Rock State Park: This 286-acre wilderness area and preserve makes it easy to experience Sedona’s natural wonders with family-friendly trails, educational programs, sweeping vistas, bird-watching and picnic areas.
Slide Rock State Park: This historic apple farm is named for its famous sliding rock, where you can swoosh down a natural water chute then wade around in the cool waters of Oak Creek.
Verde Canyon Railroad: Embark on a “20-mile journey through 100 years of history” aboard a lovingly restored vintage train, replete with contemporary comforts.