The majority of the hiking trails in the greater Sedona area are on the Coconino National Forest.
Posse Grounds Park has a small network of trails.
City Parks Maintenance staff maintains two trailheads for entry onto Forest Service Land:
- Margs Draw Trail, located at the corner of Sombart Lane and Highway 179, East of Cirlce K.
- Sugarloaf Trail , located at the corner of Sanborn Drive and Little Elf Drive.
The City adopted a Trails and Urban Pathways Plan in 1996, with the trails component addressing the direct access to and through Coconino National Forest lands and encircling the City. The urban pathways component consists of projected bicycle and pedestrian routes that will help move people through the City to commercial and public facilities. While the trails system is primarily for recreational use, the urban pathways component is intended for both transportation and recreational uses.
Trails and Urban Pathways Map [PDF]
The City adopted the Sedona Bicycle Plan in 2007. The purpose of this plan is to improve the bicycling environment and encourage bicycle transportation in the City of Sedona. This plan is preceded by the following documents, the Sedona Community Plan (1991) and the Sedona Trails and Urban Pathways Plan (1996).