Many places have good trails or pretty scenery or easy access to riding—it's the convergence of all three that sets Sedona apart!
Our town's trails are as varied as they are distinctive, from ribbons of smooth crimson dirt that are as fast and fun for the whole family as they are for seasoned riders to sandstone basins with technical features and play areas to hone and test every skill level. It's all set in a verdant valley of red rock spires and towers as impressive as any national park. And the trail network, at once dense with riding yet impressively far-ranging, is so profuse with trailheads and intertwined with the town that you can access singletrack within minutes of pedaling no matter where in town you stay.
Sedona's riding network offers over 250 miles of bike-friendly trails and nearly as many intersections. With additions and reroutes every season, a good map is essential!
We specialize in offering the best advice on current conditions in Sedona and what trails might best suit you. Some of the top trailheads are just out our door, and to help you get around, we've put together guides on our favorite routes. No matter your skill level, Sedona has an excellent trail for you.
Check out our trail guides below!
With our famously technical terrain, Sedona can be intimidating to many riders, especially if you're new to the sport.
Even if you're just getting started, there are plenty of easier mountain bike trails to ride!
Get ready to get technical and Sedona will reward your efforts with epic experiences along these blue square trails.
Many of our favorite routes fall into this category. Let us show you around!
If you're ready to shred, Sedona won't disappoint!
Offering a plentiful selection of trails featuring exposure, technical obstacles, and slickrock thrills, Sedona is ready to test your skills.
Years in the making, and still growing, the Sedona Bike Skills Park features a pump track, a pair of flowy trails, a jump run, a dual slalom track, and even a loop for kids!
It's the spot for riders to get a feel for our dirt, hone skills, and simply hang out with fellow riders.
With a team made up of avid riders, many of us are on the trails every single day and keep good tabs on the conditions out there.
If you're arriving soon to ride, or want to check on your favorite route, check our always up-to-date, Current Trail Conditions page here.