Top 15 Homes Near Epic Mountain Trails In Sedona, AZ under $500k

Good news: you can buy a slice of heaven in Sedona with killer Red Rock Mountain views for under $500,000!

Expansive views, towering trees, and dramatic geology are just some of the astounding features of America’s most beautiful hiking trails. And while there will never be universal agreement on the 10 most beautiful hikes in Sedona, AZ, our list makes for a good conversation starter, and an even better vacation primer.  

Experience the amazing RED ROCK formations, diverse landscape and rich wildlife.

Spread around Oak Creek and its magnificent canyon, Red Rock Country is one of the most popular tourists’ sites in the United States. Home of the some of the most photographed natural formations, like Cathedral Rock and Bell Rock, and featured in numerous movies, Red Rock Country is bound to leave you amazed and in awe. Numerous buttes and mesas dot the area.

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Brins Mesa

Beneath the highest structure in Sedona, Wilson Mountain, lies an exquisite trail that takes you up 500 feet to a mesa overlooking Mormon Canyon and Soliders Pass. If you are looking to add to your adventure, then consider going right at the top of the mesa (see “Side Trail” on map) for an additional 1.0 mile and 400 feet elevation or connecting to the Soldiers Pass Trail. For those looking for an even longer adventure then take Brins Mesa Trail out to FR 152 (Vultee Arch Road), connect to Chuck Wagon Trail then over to Devil’s Bridge for a 5.7 mile (one way)/11.4 mile (round trip).

Details:

  • Hiking Distance: One-Way: 1.5 mi | Total: 3.0 mi
  • Trail Difficulty: Moderate
  • Elevation Min/Max: 4525 to 5056 ft
  • Hiking Time: One Way: 1.0 hr | Total: 2.0 hrs
  • Trailhead GPS Coordinates: 34°54.461’ N, 111°84.906’ W
  • Parking at Trail: 30 spaces


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Soldiers Pass

Soldiers Pass Trail is a moderate trail that offers a back country feel yet is almost located in the middle of town. Sandwiched between Brins Ridge and Capitol Butte (a.k.a. Thunder Mountain), this trail offers everything you would expect from a great trail. The trail rolls through a number of arroyos, past the area’s largest sinkhole (Devils Kitchen), along the “Seven Sacred Pools,” then up 509 feet atop Brins Mesa. The highlight of the trail is the impressive sinkhole which was reported as a major collapse event in the 1880’s (retold by Albert E. Thompson in 1968) and then a secondary event in 1989 increased the size of the sinkhole by 1/3 (large block on the northern wall).

Details:

  • Hiking Distance: One-Way: 2.0 mi | Total: 4.0 mi
  • Trail Difficulty: Moderate
  • Elevation Min/Max: 4407 to 4916 ft
  • Hiking Time: One Way: 1 hr | Total: 2 hrs
  • Trailhead GPS Coordinates: 34°53.066’ N, 111°47.020’ W
  • Parking at Trail: 30 spaces



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