Point of Interest
Fay Canyon Trailhead
A fantastic short flat hike (2.6 miles) through a beautiful canyon. It's not as busy as other trails. Be sure to climb up the rocks at the end and go along the left side for great views!
One of our families favorite places to hike. Most is through trees, up and down some, crosses some water spots, many Alligator Juniper here. About 2/3 way back it forks. To the right leads to old ruins at the end the canyon.
Nice easy 2 mile hike, underneath shade trees and a beautiful canyon. It's located off Dry Creek Road and not far from Chocolate House. Another one of my favs.
This easy 2.4-mile trail takes you through scenic Fay Canyon, located in one of the most beautiful areas of Sedona. The hike lets you get right into the heart of the red rocks, walking below the dramatic cliff walls and hanging gardens. Unlike many other hiking trails around Sedona, this one runs…
“Boynton Canyon Trail is a stunning hike through a picturesque canyon that moves you through a varied landscape. Make no mistake the real gem of this trail is found in the final 1/3 of the hike as you enter a high forest with large pines, oaks and even alligator junipers. The first 2/3 of the trail are really just a “means to the end” as you make your way through low growth scrub forest and along the east side of Enchantment Resort. As you hike this trail you will notice a stark contrast in temperatures as you leave the low growth, open red rocks in the first 2/3 and enter “the forest” and rise in elevation. The trail ends in grand fashion as it rises up and crescendos onto a quasi-plateau above tree tops.”
“One of my favorite all-time hikes. The best bits are towards the end of the trail, so don't turn back early.”
“Thunder Mountain Trail to Andante Loop is a 3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Sedona, Arizona that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.”
“Beautiful patio dining with Red Rock views. Southwestern fare and craft margaritas. Uptown but away from the crowds. Free valet parking.”