Sedona, Arizona, is a hiker’s paradise – especially if you’re into bright red sandstone rocks and thriving desert greenery. All of the best Sedona hikes will have you gaping in awe at the fiery colors or the gravity-defying rock formations.
As for where to start and how long your hike will be, that all depends on the type of car you have. If you have a 4WD, you can start at the Devil’s Bridge Trailhead, which will make your hike about two miles round trip.
If you’re looking for one of the more challenging Sedona hikes, look no further than Cathedral Rock Trail. While this particular pathway is only 1.2 miles long, it covers about 740 feet of elevation gain, so it’s steep.