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Unread 07-16-2011, 04:20 PM   #1
jamcat77
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Sedona & South Rim

Hey Everyone,

I am road-tripping down from CO via Moab on the 24th and am going to spend a few days around Sedona and the South Rim. Any advice on good trails to hit? My rig is capable, but I am keeping it low-difficulty this time around because my 1.5 yr old is rolling with us. I really just want to enjoy the area.

I would really like to find some nice trails around the canyon... any help would be great!

James

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Unread 07-24-2011, 08:46 AM   #2
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Around the rim there is just FS roads. No trails. Most of this area is just FS roads. In Sedona there are trails. Check out Broken Arrow. It is very senic and less than a mile in length. You should pick up a copy of Chuck Wells book on Arizona. There are several trails in the Sedona area, most are not difficult. Greasy Spoon, Smiley Rock and there are cliff dwellings to visit as well. If your going to the canyon, I'm on the way at the Grand Canyon KOA on SR 64. Stop in and I can give you lots of info. on the canyon. Ask for Ken or Judy. Have fun.
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