10 Epic Hikes in Sedona, Arizona 

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Bell Rock Climb - One of Sedona's most recognizable landmarks. Hiking Bell Rock is a lot of fun, making it one of the most popular hiking trails in Sedona.

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Cathedral Rock - One of the best hiking trails in Sedona. This hike is short and sweet, and with some rock scrambling.

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Fay Canyon – From start to finish, you'll walk a flat, sandy trail through Fay Canyon.

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The Birthing Cave – To reach the cave, it is a relatively small, flat and steep climb. Climbing into the cave is more challenging.

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Devil's Bridge – This is a very popular hike in Sedona. Hundreds of people head to the bridge every day... for photos, for the views, and even to "ask questions."

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Airport Loop Trail – The Loop Trail makes a loop around the upper rim of the mesa. During the hike, you can see some of Sedona's most famous landmarks.

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Bell Rock and Courthouse Butte Loop – If you're looking for an easy hike with great views of two of Sedona's most iconic structure

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Soldier Pass – There are many reasons why the Soldier Pass Trail is one of the best hikes in Sedona.

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Bear Mountain – This may not be the longest hike on this list but it is one of the toughest. with a total elevation of 1,800 feet

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West Fork Trail – This easy trail meanders along Oak Creek. It's shady and quiet and a very different experience than the other hikes on this list.

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