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4999 State Route 179, Sedona, AZ 86351-8995
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Reviewed today via mobile

My husband and I decided to hike Bell Rock because I heard it wasn’t too difficult. When we saw where you had to climb up the rock we decided it would be a little much for us beginners. We walked the Courthouse Butte Loop and...More

Thank Kyle N
Reviewed yesterday

Bell Rock is truly spectacular, it's a beautiful mountain, a great hiking area and has wonderful healing energy. There's no perfect spot, the whole area feels great, doesn't matter if you stay near the bottom or go to the top, it's blissful. If you're a...More

Thank KimMFox
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Seeing this was on my grandmas bucket list and so we checked it off and it did not disappoint. Pictures do not do it justice.

Thank jessica0710
Reviewed yesterday

That was another memorable site, as well. I also took the tour where John Wayne made movies, it is so much to see in Sedona ( The Hidden Gem ), it truly is that, I saw the 3 Finger Rock, and you watch westerns, you...More

Thank butterfly539
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

One of the easier hikes, the path to the rock is flat but be prepared to climb. If you want a shorter distance there is a closer parking lot than the one for bell. Paths are well marked.

Thank Travelin M
Reviewed yesterday

This is an extraordinary place. The spiritual energy that radiates from this lovely location surpasses its natural beauty!

Thank terryy226
Reviewed 2 days ago

Amazingly easy walk around Bell Rock that rewards you with spectacular views and a number of plcaes to sit and soak in the red rock energy.

Thank susangoessouthwest
Reviewed 2 days ago

I LOVED IT!!! The entire area is amazing. I arrived at night so I couldn't really see anything. I woke up early and headed out. I originally stopped at the first parking area heading north. I read that there was another parking area ahead. Closer...More

Thank dougusa2018
Reviewed 3 days ago

The shapes and contours of the red rock is absolutely spectacular. So much to see here and wonderful photo opportunities.

Thank Joyfullyanointed
Reviewed 3 days ago

Driving up from Phoenix to Sedona, this makes a nice stop to stretch your legs and admire the scenery. The viewpoint is right off the main road heading to Sedona with a good amount of parking.

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Nicole G
June 12, 2018|
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Response from Craig J | Reviewed this property |
We did both and there were definitely pluses to both. The pink Jeep tour was able to get you to very secluded places where you can’t easily hike. We hiked bell rock some and that was also great.
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Rod N
April 11, 2018|
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Response from sedamazonian | Reviewed this property |
Call the Red Rock Ranger District and ask for traveler information: 928-203-2900. You may need a Red Rock Pass anyway to park. Info by searching for Red Rock Ranger District Information Center (I'd post a link, but it is... More
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Dino K
March 29, 2018|
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Response from Eva E | Reviewed this property |
You can do the short hike up to the rock with everyone. I believe it's 0.5 miles. But going up the rock would not be ideal.
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