A great day hike near Sedona. I arrived around noon and the parking lot was full, luckelly someone was leaving and I didn't have to wait. Entrance fee is $10, separate from Red Rock district pass.
This was a 3 1/2 mile trail (one way) with little elevation gain. The trail follows a wide canyon along the river. The canyon is forrest and a very peacefull. The views of the surrounding cliffs are outstanding. There are quite a few river crossings, I had hiking shoes and they were ok. The river isn't deam and there are rocks to help cross.
At the end where the canyon narrows it becomes completely wall to wall river. If I did have the right footwear I would have ventured further up the canyon to explore. It didn't appear deep.
This was a great hike to explore while in Sedona. I would say a must do, but also a popular trail (if you are looking for solitude).
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