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Shhhh. It’s a Secret, but not for Long!



Sedona's Secret Seven!


Do you have guests? Would you like to send them out for an adventure on one of Sedona’s beautiful hiking trails while you relax for the day?


The Sedona Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau has launched “Sedona’s Secret 7,” which is a clever approach to reveal less-traveled locations and trails throughout beautiful Red Rock County.


Check out the following highlights from the list just perfect for you—and your guests—to enjoy the beauty of the outdoors without all the crowds. Click on the Trail names for more details.


Airport Loop Trail

3.2 mile loop, moderately challenging with rocks


Hiker Review: “Best way to see all of the valley. Great trail. Lots of rocks but the views were amazing.”


Chimney Rock Trail

An easy loop that gets even better with an optional climb to the summit of Little Sugarloaf for amazing views of Sedona.


Hiker Review: “A little too challenging for our little dogs but easy and so fun for us! The views were so beautiful for such little work! Would recommend for new hikers and people who want to see a variety of views with little time.


Woods Canyon Trail

Easy but relatively long walk up a low-elevation canyon containing permanent pools and red rock outcrops.




Schuerman Trail

This is a beautiful trail that has a great straight ascent to begin the trail to a stunning vista point. You can continue on the High Desert Trail to another great vantage point if you want a longer trip.


Hiker Review: “Beautiful easy trail with stunning views and no people. Great for meditation and solitude.”


Turkey Creek Trail #92

Three small valleys and a volcano await!


The Turkey Creek Trail #92 doesn't follow a creek, and there's no flowing water to be seen. However, it is a pleasant stroll through Red Rock Country's fringe to the flanks of a shield volcano to a fine panorama and intriguing geology.


Jack’s Can Trail #55

13.2-mile out-and-back trail is generally considered a challenging route. The best times to visit this trail are October through April. Dogs are welcome, but must be on a leash.


Hiker Review: “Beautiful hike, not a soul in sight, so quiet and peaceful!”


Aerie Trail

This is perhaps one of the most enjoyable mountain bike loops in West Sedona and links up many sweet and varied trails, all while showing off some of Sedona’s premier mountain biking terrain.


Hiker Review: “Wow! This was a great hike. Views everywhere, especially from the Aerie vista. I highly recommend this one."


Sedona enjoys some of the most scenic vistas in the country. Enjoy!

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