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Munds Wagon Trail, Sedona

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  • Views of the Schnebly area and the surrounding mountains, goes along the creek, in and out, climbing toards the end if you want. Lovely red rocks.  more »
  • We started about half way up this trail and parked along the rough dirt road. The views of the creek were beautiful- especially where one could see how it was smoothing the surface and carving its way...  more »
  • great trail and if you combine it with hangover you will have a fantastic hike. in the spring the creek runs but is dry most of the year. a few people because it is easy and close to access. the road ...  more »
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  • Great road for off-road. Tremendous views.
  • Gorgeous views! Easy to get to, just out of town
  • Beautiful four wheel drive trail
  • Stunning views. Not a very strenuous trail
  • Great parking spot and trail access. You'll need a Red Rock Pass, which you can get at the self serve kiosk. Daily pass is $5. Restrooms here and a map. There is an overlook of Sedona nearby. We did 3/4 of the Margs Draw trail around Snoopy's Belly. Great trail. Lots of dry creek beds, junipers, lizards, etc. If you're a little bit adventurous, there are plenty of opportunities for climbing dry river beds. At the southwest corner of the mountain you can go off trail (really just a less traveled fork) and find a small plateau. From there you can get a panoramic view of the valley and get easy access to the bottom of the rock itself. Magnificent! Obviously, watch for snakes and scorpions...but we only saw one garter snake (off trail), and it wanted nothing to do with us. The main trail eventually takes you down to Sombart Lane in Sedona, but we wanted more time on the mountain and doubled back.