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Sedona — Fay Canyon Trail


We hiked the gentle and scenic trail along Fay Canyon beneath towering sculpted rocks. Winding our way past juniper, oak, and banana yucca, we scrutinized the intriguing textures and forms of tree bark, such as the Alligator juniper bellow, and leaves and marveled at the faces and turrets in the rocks above. The is a marvelous easy hike — 2 miles round-trip — with only a climb at the very end if you want to take in additional views of the dramatic canyon walls.

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How to Get There: Heading north on 89A, turn left on Dry Creek Road in West Sedona. Take a left on Boynton Pass Road and follow the street to the left. The trail will be on your right.

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Posted March 10, 2011 | Categories: Blog and Travel. Tags: Arizona, Fay Canyon, landscape photography, Red Rock Formations, Sedona, and short hike.

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