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Sedona Core Trails Outdoor Recreation Map (Arizona Maps)
Sedona Core Trails Outdoor Recreation Map is a topographic, shaded relief trail map for campers, hikers, backpackers, equestrians, mountain bikers, 4WDers, and 2WDers.
Sedona has been a highly prized recreation destination for decades, but in the last few years it has become even more so. The classic trails into the surrounding Red Rock Secret Mountain and Munds Mountain Wilderness areas offer great hiking experiences. Outside the wilderness areas several new trails are being built every year, providing seemingly endless choices for hiking, mountain biking, and trail running. Although the trails are excellent, the real draw of Sedona has always been its unique, incredible scenery of red rock canyons, spires, and buttes.
This map covers south of Sedona to the Village of Oak Creek, north to Wilson Mountain, and west to the Palatki Hertitage Site. It includes brief descriptions and elevation profiles for 14 mountain bike rides.
The legend features primary US highway; primary state highway; primary public access other paved road; public assess 2WD improved dirt road; public access 4WD unimproved dirt road; residential, private, or abandoned forest paved or dirt secondary road; road closed to motorized use; hikers only, hikers and equestrians only, and hikers, equestrians, and mountain bikers only system trail; non-system route; non-motorized Bell Rock Pathway; Lime Kiln Trail; trail mileage markers; trail difficulty symbols; ride trailhead; forest service road; trailhead; Red Rock Pass required at recreation site; campground; picnic area; visitor info center; ranger station; fee area; gate; wilderness boundary; state park boundary; private property within national forest; Arizona state land; lake; and intermittent lake or tank.
Scale = 1:20,000
Contour Interval = 40'
Folded = 4.25" x 8"
Unfolded = 25" x 39"