Sedona Mountain Biking, Arizona Bike Rentals & Tours

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Biking & Bike Rentals

Mountain biking is a fun and exhilarating way to get up close and personal with Sedona’s colorful dramatic landscape. There are variety of Sedona biking trails with scenic views and technical terrain for you to enjoy on your vacation.

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  • Discover a number of adventurous mountain bike trails with scenic red rock views. 
  • For a shorter technical ride, try Broken Arrow, Llama, or Girdner. 
  • For a longer ride, check out Templeton Trail or Cathedral Rock Trail. 
  • Visit one of Sedona’s local bike shops for gear, maps, tips, and to set up a guided biking tour.

Where can I go biking?

Broken Arrow/Chicken Point
One of the most popular mountain bike rides in Sedona with scenic red rock views. 

  • Distance: 2 miles 
  • Average Time: 1 hr 45 min 
  • Elevation Gain: minimal 
  • Difficulty: Advanced 
  • Trail Type: Out and back, singletrack 
  • Trailhead: Take Hwy 179 south to Morgan St. Broken Arrow Trailhead is at the end of the paved road.

Templeton/Baldwin Loop
This fun and challenging ride takes you on fast twists and turns as you climb and descend through the forest at the base of Cathedral Rock. 

  • Distance: 10 miles 
  • Average Time: unspecified 
  • Elevation Gain: 1,400 feet 
  • Difficulty: Advanced 
  • Trail Type: Singletrack 
  • Trailhead: Access via Bell Rock Pathway. Park at the middle viewing point on Hwy 179 between Village of Oak Creek and Sedona. Take Bell Rock Pathway .7 miles under Hwy 179 to connect to Templeton Trail.

Llama
Surrounded by breathtaking scenic views, this quick singletrack trail takes you through the forest and over many slickrock areas. 

  • Distance: 3 miles 
  • Average Time: 45 min 
  • Elevation Gain: minimal 
  • Difficulty: Intermediate 
  • Trail Type: Singletrack 
  • Trailhead: Park at the middle viewing point on Hwy 179 between Village of Oak Creek and Sedona. Take Bell Rock Pathway north for .4 miles until you come to a sign for Courthouse Butte with a hand written “Llama” underneath. Take this trail a short distance to the actual sign for Llama Trailhead.

Cathedral Rock Trail
Fast downhill sections with a number of drops. 

  • Distance: 10 miles 
  • Average Time: 3 hours 
  • Elevation Gain: Minimal 
  • Difficulty: Intermediate 
  • Trail Type: Singletrack, network. 
  • Trailhead: Access via Bell Rock Trail off Hwy 179 across the street from Bike N Bean bike shop in Village of Oak Creek.

Girdner
This trail is a part of a network of scenic trails located in Sedona’s western canyon area. 

  • Distance: 5 miles 
  • Average Time: unspecified 
  • Elevation Gain: Minimal 
  • Difficulty: Intermediate 
  • Trail Type: Singletrack, out and back 
  • Trailhead: Drive west on Hwy 89a and turn right on Dry Creek Rd. About 1.5 miles down the road you will see a

The above are just a few examples of the types of trails you will find in Sedona. Pick up a biking trail map at one of the local Sedona bike shops to discover even more exciting trails.

I am looking for a biking guide

Visit one of the bike shops in Sedona to find helpful guides that will provide you with gear, trail maps, and biking tips. Many of the shops also organize guided mountain biking tours if you are looking for an experienced and knowledgeable biker to lead you through Sedona’s rugged landscape.

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