Immerse yourself in the scenic red rocks of Sedona along Boynton Canyon trail. Make sure to bring your camera for this trek through one of the most scenic of the box canyons of Sedona. Added bonus: The trailhead is easily accessible from well-paved roads, so no need to bounce down dusty roads.
While Boynton Canyon is known for its outstanding scenery, it has also gained a reputation as one of Sedona’s many vortex sites – a kind of energy field emanating from inner earth. Whether or not you believe in this modern mysticism, you’ll feel a kind of magic here among the towering buttes, crimson cliffs, and natural desert gardens.
The trail begins outside one of the town’s well-known resort and quickly descends to the canyon floor, where the walking is easy, allowing you to soak in the scenery. Be sure to keep an eye out for the flora and fauna that call the canyon home. Some favorites are the various oak and maple trees that give it a forest feel, as well as colorful songbirds and shy whitetail deer.
Whether you’re looking for a campground, hotel, or secluded cabin in the woods, you’ll find the perfect place to stay in the city of Sedona.
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Red Rock pass: $5/day
Boynton Canyon Trail
PO Box 20429
Sedona, AZ 86341