Biking

Walk on the Wild Side

Unleash your adventurous side with the plethora of activities in and around Sedona. There are no limitations so let your imagination run wild.

Hiking

Hiking

With over 100 unique and incredible hiking trails, Sedona is known as the Day Hike Capital of America.  Located right near our resort are four very popular and most do hikes:  Bell Rock Pathway (Vortex Alert), Cathedral Rock (Vortex Alert), Courthouse Butte and Broken Arrow.  For some of the most picturesque hiking, check out these popular trails: West Fork Trail, Fay Canyon Hike and Llama Trail.    See our adventure guide or topography map in our living room for assistance and information.

Hiking 101 class is held every Saturday at 9am by Greg Stephenson of The Hike House.

 

Mountain Biking

For those seeking adventure on two wheels many trials are designated for mountain biking.   Mountain bike rentals available at Absolute Bikes just a quarter mile from the resort.

Golf

Adjacent to Hilton Sedona Resort at Bell Rock is the Sedona Golf Resort. Winding around the famed red rocks of Sedona, each hole provides a unique adventure. The Gary Panks designed course plays 6,646 yards to a par 71.

Hot Air Ballooning

Enjoy the majesty of the red rocks from high above the ground. For those looking for the ultimate bird’s eye view of Sedona, there are a number of options for Hot Air Balloon Tours. Leaving very early in the morning to capture the sunrise, these tours run nearly every day of the year. Please contact us by phone or when you check in to inquire about the many options for Sedona hot air ballooning.

Pink jeep tour

Jeep Tours

Ranked the number one activity by visitors to Sedona, Jeep tours are an incredible first-hand experience of Sedona. Whether you’re seeking rugged adventure, Native American history or panoramic vistas, Pink Adventure Tours have exactly what you’re looking for.

Trail Running

See the majesty of the Red Rocks while training for your next marathon. According to MapMyRun.com, Sedona has 453 running routes and over 1,330 miles of trail runs. Popular routes include Wilson Mountain, Devil’s Bridge Trail, Courthouse Butte Loop and Mescal Mountain Loop.