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A nice fairly easy hike that is partly shaded. It is 6 miles out and back and has some nice canyon views. We usually stop at the Enchantment Resort for lunch after this hike. It is a private resort, but open for lunch visitors and...More
I’ve been to Sedona 4-5 times now and after trying many of the local hikes, I have to say that this is the one unmissable one. You’ll need good shoes with tread on them, a quart of water, some snacks, a hat with a brim,...More
This was our first experience of energy of the vortex. Meditation in the shade of juniper trees at the top by Kachina Women brings sense of calm and peace. This is a place of great importance to Native Americans and should be treated with respect...More
We chose this hike as it has areas of shade and the temp was around 100f. The start of the trail follows the enchantment resort boundary so doesnt feel remote. Then you move into a wilderness area before going within the shade of the canyon....More
Everywhere you look their is natural beauty. We drove, we ATV and then some. It's absolutely breathtaking what you can witness before your eyes. Really takes away all the negative and grounds you with your own inner peace.
The trail the goes along the side of Enchantments is the Boynton Canyon Trail. If you were looking for the Kachina area, it is called the Vista Trail which if off of the BCT. Park in the parking lot on the right just before... More
The trail the goes along the side of Enchantments is the Boynton Canyon Trail. If you were looking for the Kachina area, it is called the Vista Trail which if off of the BCT. Park in the parking lot on the right just before Enchantments, take the Boynton Canyon trail which will ver off to the left after crossing a dry creek bed. About 5 minutes later the Vista trail will go off of BCT to the right. Be sure to have your water and always good to have a map or take a photo of one on your phone at the trail head map sign. Enjoy