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post #1 of 4 Old 09-17-2012, 06:05 PM Thread Starter
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Heading up to Sedona/Grand Canyon in a couple of weeks. Suggestions?

Like the title says I'm heading up for a 4 day/5 night trip up to Sedona and the Grand Canyon soon. What are the must see trails? I have only been up there once before and it was many years ago. I have a stock 06 Rubicon if that helps. I remember going up/down a set of rocks referred to as the stairway which I would love to try again. Also, where should we set up camp? Is one campground better than another?

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post #2 of 4 Old 09-19-2012, 09:00 AM
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In Sedona you should run soldiers pass and broken arrow. Trails are clearly marked, google them before you go. I'd advise camping in oak creek canyon at the small campgrounds along the creek while in Sedona; you can clearly see them from the road while driving through the canyon. Try and get there early to setup camp then do your running around as the good spots are gone early.
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Almost forgot, when your ready to leave Sedona for the grand canyon take schnebly hill rd from Sedona and it will end up on the i17 just south of flagstaff, very easy but breathtaking. Some of the best views of the secret mountain wilderness. Schnebly hill rd is off of a round about that connects to a bridge and goes over the creek. Right next to "the hike house" and "oak creek brewing company"
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Was just up there about a month and a half ago wheeling. Definitely recommend Soldier's pass, Schnebly Hill, Broken Arrow trail (where Devil's staircase is, the stairs you were referring too) make sure you hug the big rock on the right as you begin going down the stairs, and Outlaw trail which has a bunch of turn offs to explore.

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