Sedona Hiking 8
The A to Z of Hiking Sedona Trails

Sedona Hiking 8: Find information for EACH of the Sedona hiking trails. Length, level of difficulty, uses, ratings, GPS. Plus, tips from locals.

Bell Trail #13

Open: All Seasons.

Length: The full length of this trail, one way, is about 11 miles (18 kilometers), but, most people only go about 3.3 miles (5.3 km) to Bell Crossing, and then explore the side trails that lead to the creek.

Rating: Fairly challenging.

Hiking Time: It takes about 6 hours to make it the full one-way distance.

Elevation Change: 2800 Feet.

GPS: N 34° 40' 26.2914" W -111° 42' 49.968 (Bell Trail Parking and Trailhead).

Mountain Bike: No.

Horseback: Yes, but, parking for a trailer is better at the Bruce Brockett Trailhead (a bit to the north). From there, you can connect to the Bell Trail.

Dogs Allowed: Yes, with a leash.

Wilderness Area: Yes.

Access: From the "Y" (meeting point of the 89A and 179), take the 179 south to where it is crossed by I-17. Drive under it and KEEP STRAIGHT. Continue for about 1.5 mile (2.4 km). Look for the old Beaver Creek Ranger Station on the east side. Take this turn off and find the parking lot and trailhead about 0.25 mile (0.4 km)north.

Red Rock Pass: Required.

Self-Serve Red Rock Pass Kiosk: No.

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