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We came out of a restaurant in Oak Creek and saw the sun setting near Bell Rock. It was beautiful. The next evening, we hiked to Bell Rock specifically to watch the sunset. Easy hike and lovely scenery. Make time to take this hike.
Bell Rock is always a favorite place of mine to hike. I took my friend for her 1st time and she was awestruck in the beauty.. A great place for all ages. If you’re into the vortex energy Bell is a wonderful place to enjoy...More
My husband and I were in Sedona celebrating our 20th anniversary. Bell rock was our last stop on our way out of Sedona. It was a Monday morning so there was plenty of parking. Peaceful trail. great scenery. Wish we had a little more time...More
We did not get very far up the trail as we were not prepared for a hike. Although we would have loved to contiue. We could see people who had made it pretty far up the side of bell rock, which was shaded by the...More
I felt the strongest vortex in Sedona here, at Bell Rock. I went at late afternoon when the colours are the most amazing. Instead of hiking to the top, I hiked along its western slope facing the setting sun dipping behind the nearby mountains. There,...More
This one, I felt, gave off the most energy. Pretty easy walking trail, although like everywhere else in Sedona, its hot, not much shade. The vortexes are overly hyped but it is easy to achieve a deep meditational state around them.
Start early, before it gets hot -- not much shade here! Bring water. Wear hiking shoes, as the wide path is uneven and rocky. Beautiful views! Moderate hiking level. Watch for bikes. The loop portion is not well-marked, but the main path is mostly easy...More
The path around the base of Bell rock is pretty level so even folks with disabilities can make the trek without much difficulty. There was even a disabled person on the trail with a scooter who was able to enjoy the scenery. Highly recommended place...More
Response from retiredteacherAZ | Reviewed this property |
The choice is yours...there are many trails that you can easily drive to or you could go on a pink jeep drive which covers different trails. I prefer to venture off on my own and hike without anyone guiding me. Be aware... More
The choice is yours...there are many trails that you can easily drive to or you could go on a pink jeep drive which covers different trails. I prefer to venture off on my own and hike without anyone guiding me. Be aware that many trail parking lots require a parking card (available to buy as a 7 day pass for $15.00 or a 1 day pass for $5.00)
Response from sedamazonian | Reviewed this property |
Call the Red Rock Ranger District and ask for traveler information: 928-203-2900. You may need a Red Rock Pass anyway to park. Info by searching for Red Rock Ranger District Information Center (I'd post a link, but it is... More
Call the Red Rock Ranger District and ask for traveler information: 928-203-2900. You may need a Red Rock Pass anyway to park. Info by searching for Red Rock Ranger District Information Center (I'd post a link, but it is not allowed by Trip Advisor).