New To Sedona?
From The Discoverer Blog. While most minds immediately jump to the Grand Canyon when thinking of Arizona, there are plenty of other fantastic spots in this sunny state near #TinyCamp including:
San Francisco Peaks
Coconino National Forest
Devil's Bridge, Sedona
Glory in Arizona's red rock country on these perfect Sedona hikes.
West Fork of Oak Creek - Near TinyCamp, PD parking, take a jacket, food/water, feet will get wet
Cathedral Rock Trail - (Vortex) best at sunset, bring headland to come down
Bear Mountain - butt-kicker take food + water
Soldier Pass Trail - a nice loop
Fay Canyon Trail - good when warm, short hike
Devil’s Bridge Trail - go very early to avoid crowds
Boynton Canyon Trail - (Vortex)
Brins Mesa Trail
REI GuideTHINGS TO DO IN SEDONA, AZ. The best places to ride, run, hike, climb and camp. One of the most beautiful places in the Southwest, Sedona, Ariz., is nestled among the brilliant red rocks and piñon and juniper forests of the Coconino National Forest an hour south of Flagstaff.
From NARCITY. We love being outdoors especially since there are so many beautiful places to visit. If you're a beginner outdoor adventurer who loves views but hates the sweat, we've got good news.
Soldier Pass Trail
Horseshoe Bend Trail
The Birthing Cave
West Fork Trail
Aspen Nature Loop
Robbers Roost Trail
Magic Hour in Sedona
TinyCamp recommended Sedona Sunset Locations - stay away from all the tourists, grab some wine or prepare a picnic and head to either of these two locations:
Schnebly Hill Trailhead or Secret Slickrock Trail
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