Sedona, Arizona features what is perhaps the most famous red rock country in the United States, if not the world. This charming little town in the high desert is nestled amongst soaring cliffs, towering buttes and hidden canyons. It’s a region rich in not only scenic beauty but natural and cultural history as well. Spend your days exploring the endless miles of trails with our naturalist guides and enjoy the evenings browsing quaint local shops, art galleries and dining at excellent restaurants.

Our Sedona guided day hikes offer the opportunity to get a taste of the wilder side of red rock country. Hike deep into a secluded canyon or climb to astounding vantage points high above the desert floor and soak up the majestic views. We offer a variety of hikes that are perfect for novices as well as seasoned trekkers. Or consider a multiday experience that includes hiking and sightseeing in Sedona and Grand Canyon. Our all-inclusive lodge-based tours take the guesswork out of your vacation planning. We’ll arrange your accommodations, lead you on the best hikes and take you to the greatest restaurants in the area.

Day Hikes

View from the top of Doe Mountain looking north towards Fay and Boynton Canyons.

Doe Mountain Trail is a short hike to the top of a small, 400 foot high mesa west of Sedona, Arizona. The easy hike across the mesa-top provides plentiful views of the surrounding Red Rock Country.

Photo by Deborah Lee Soltesz (2011). Credit: U.S. Forest Service, Coconino National Forest. For more information about this trail, see the Doe Mountain No. 60 trail description on the Coconino National Forest website.

Join our local hiking experts for an incredible day of exploring Sedona’s famous Red Rocks. Climb to the high summits for extraordinary views or explore a quiet canyon and discover the beauty of the high desert. Along the way, you’ll learn all about the natural and cultural history of this unique environment. There are many options to suit a range of fitness levels and desires, from a few hours to a full day. All of our Sedona hiking tours include roundtrip transportation from your local Sedona hotel, use of day packs and trekking poles, trail snacks & lunch and a professional hiking guide.

Lodge Based Tours

View from the trail looking northwest towards bear Mountain.

Doe Mountain Trail is a short hike to the top of a small, 400 foot high mesa west of Sedona, Arizona. The easy hike across the mesa-top provides plentiful views of the surrounding Red Rock Country.

Photo by Deborah Lee Soltesz (2011). Credit: U.S. Forest Service, Coconino National Forest. For more information about this trail, see the Doe Mountain No. 60 trail description on the Coconino National Forest website.

Experience more of Sedona and northern Arizona’s incredible landscapes on our lodge-based Sedona Hiking Tours. Spend your days exploring world-class hiking destinations and enjoy evenings in hotel accommodations and dining at excellent local restaurants. Leave all the logistics and driving to us and spend more time enjoying the scenery, natural history and local flavors of northern Arizona. Custom itineraries are available with groups of 4 or more people.