Hiking and backpacking, horseback riding, and mountain biking opportunities in Red Rock Country are virtually unlimited, with
over 200 miles of trail. Visitors may enjoy short and easy trips
on urban trails or long and challenging adventures through remote
Many Red Rock Country trails enter federally
designated wilderness areas. Mountain bikes are prohibited in these
areas. Please respect the primitive character of these protected
places and the experiences of others: Do Not Bike In Wilderness!
Desert vegetation is fragile and easily damaged
by traveling through previously undisturbed areas. Off-trail travel
is harmful to vegetation and causes soil erosion, particularly on
slopes. Keep the National Forest green: Remain On Designated
Parking is very limited at most trailheads. Keep in mind, there
might not be room for RV's, trailers, and buses.
"W" under the WILDERNESS heading = All or part of the
trail is in a designated Wilderness Area.
Not all of the listed trails have "links" to descriptions.
We are working on this. In the meantime, you may find more information
at two non-forest-related websites: Great
Sedona Hikes . com and The Hike House, which includes a trail rating system. These
sitea have some great photos, too.