Sedona Biking & Horse Trails: Maps & Logs by Sedona Locals


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Our file log gives you information on dozens of trail locations, what trails connect, the condition of the trails, potential challenges you may encounter, and trail-head parking information.  In addition, photos will be marked along our trail maps, so you have an idea of what you will actually see on the trails, from fantastic red rock formations to sweeping vistas surrounding Sedona.

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Baldwin Trail - Sedona

baldwin-trail-sedonaBaldwin Trail Description:  Starting this trail across from parking area off dirt section of Verde Valley School road, it soon drops down a bit to the valley floor. It will be near but out of sight of Oak Creek.  This section of the trail is a bit sandy.  Along the flat sandy trail section, it meets the end of the Templeton Trail. The Baldwin Trail forks sharply right and climbs moderately (with a few short steep climbs) through a draw between Cathedral Rock and a red rock butte. This hike provides wonderful views of Cathedral Rock and surrounding area. It levels out and then begins a gradual descent to the southwest and comes to a “T” where you will see utility lines and poles.  A right turn toward the creek will take you to the start of the trail across from parking area.  A left turn will take you toward the Turkey Creek parking area. Sections between Cathedral Rock and a red rock butte can be more challenging for horseback.

Challenge: Moderate / Intermediate (biking)
Trail Use: Light to Moderate