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Soldiers Pass Trail, Sedona [Permit Required]
Just outside of Sedona, Soldiers Pass is the ultimate transition from urban, to seclusion. This trail starts just behind a neighborhood but quickly turns into a remote off-road pathway that guides you towards some of Sedona's best kept scenic secrets.

Outlaw Trail, Sedona
A quick highlights reel of the Outlaw Trail in Sedona, Arizona. This trail gives access to the Honanki Indian Ruins, and offers a bit of seclusion. Wide open panoramic views and some scattered wildlife make this a great trail to visit while in Sedona.

Dry Creek Road, Sedona
Dry Creek Road is an excellent path for those looking for a nice trail ending in an amazing view. With easy access to many scenic landmarks such as Devil's Bridge, the Van Deren Cabin and the Vultee Arch trail, you will surely not be disappointed!

House Mountain Trail, Sedona
This 12-mile out & back trail is a fantastic route to take during the busy months (March - June) to feel a little seclusion. Ending on top of House Mountain with a unique back-side view of Cathedral Rock, this trail is a bit of a locals secret.


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Looking for something to do? Try these local trails!

1: Schnebly Hill Road - EASY
2: Outlaw Trail - MEDIUM
3: Oak Creek TrailMEDIUM
4: Diamondback Gulch - MEDIUM/HARD
5: Dry Creek Road - MEDIUM/HARD
6: Soldier’s Pass - MEDIUM/HARD
7: Broken Arrow Trail - VERY HARD
8: House Mountain Trail - MEDIUM