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    Favorite trails up in Sedona?

    Hey everyone, I am heading up to Sedona for the holiday weekend and was wondering what everyone's favorite trails are. I have never ridden up there but I am sure there must be some great trails with incredible view. All I am looking for is one trail that is good for seeing the area and has some fun parts to it as well as giving me a good workout and another trail which would be good for taking some friends that are new to MTB'ing on. Any thoughts or input is greatly appreciated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fureak View Post
    Hey everyone, I am heading up to Sedona for the holiday weekend and was wondering what everyone's favorite trails are. I have never ridden up there but I am sure there must be some great trails with incredible view. All I am looking for is one trail that is good for seeing the area and has some fun parts to it as well as giving me a good workout and another trail which would be good for taking some friends that are new to MTB'ing on. Any thoughts or input is greatly appreciated!
    What is your skill level? You can join us for a Sunday group ride on Damifino if you are an advanced rider. For an easier trail try Aerie. Check out my Sedona Maps, if you need a good map. Just do a search in the AZ fourm under Sedona Mountain Bike Trails.

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    Templeton a must do...

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    if you have beginners..bell rock to templeton to buddha beach.
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    I second the Bell Rock/Templeton, its a great ride. There are a ton of trails in the area. I'll be riding Sedona every day this weekend, if you want to ride with a local just let me know.
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    Awesome, thank you for the suggestions fellas! I will be hitting up the Bell Rock/Templeton areas this weekend!

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    Let me know what you think. I might make a run that way next weekend!
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    Chicken Point and Broken Arrow are good trails.

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    Heard good things about the Hangover trail but haven't ridden it yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rorymm View Post
    Chicken Point and Broken Arrow are good trails.
    Broken Arrow takes you to Chicken Point, then you can go down Little Horse which is really fun.

    Hangover fits it's name very well. It is a pretty tech trail that hangs on the side of a hill. No good if you're not okay with exposure. There's a few spots where failing is not an option. You get rewarded with great views, only you can't take your eyes off the trail...
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    Quote Originally Posted by woahey View Post
    Broken Arrow takes you to Chicken Point, then you can go down Little Horse which is really fun.

    Hangover fits it's name very well. It is a pretty tech trail that hangs on the side of a hill. No good if you're not okay with exposure. There's a few spots where failing is not an option. You get rewarded with great views, only you can't take your eyes off the trail...
    x2. Broken Arrow to Little Horse is a great ride

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