Sedona Hiking 6
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Bear Sign Trail #59

Open: All Seasons.

Length: A little more than 3 miles (about 5 kilometers) one way; 6 miles (10 kilometers) round trip.

Rating: Fairly Easy

Hiking Time: About 2 hours one way; 4 hours round trip.

Elevation Change: 600 Feet (183 Meters).

GPS: N 34° 56.231' W -111° 47.670' (Bear Sign Trailhead).

Mountain Bike: No.

Horseback: Yes.

Dogs Allowed: Yes, with a leash.

Wilderness Area: Yes.

Access: From the "Y" (where 89A and 179 meet) take State Route 89A to the west for about 3 miles (4.8 km) to Dry Creek Road. Turn right and continue for about 2 miles (3.2 km) to FS 152. Turn right. Look for the parking area, which is also marked for the Vultee Arch Trail.

Start at the trailhead marked, Dry Creek Trail to the northwest. About 0.5 mile (0.8 km) along the way, you'll arrive at a fork. Take the trail to the right, marked, Bear Sign.

Red Rock Pass: Required.

Self-Serve Red Rock Pass Kiosk: Yes.

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Sedona Hiking 6 - Trails Guide

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