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Warning for Hiking in Arizona: Part One

1/22/2018 (Permalink)

Storm Damage Warning for Hiking in Arizona:  Part One Seven Sacred Pools in Sedona, AZ

For those of you who know me know that I'm a Midwest girl at heart.  Growing up in the country in Iowa with my graduating class size being 32, moving to Phoenix was a culture shock to me, to say the least.  I missed my quiet country life and felt like I needed an escape.  It took me a couple of years to explore the state and find some of the most peaceful places to escape to.

Phoenix has a lot to offer, and if you like to hike, I have several great hikes I can recommend in the area (Camelback Mountain being my favorite, of course).  But if you have more time to explore this state, I highly recommend Sedona (2 hours from Phoenix). More specifically, I recommend hiking to the Seven Sacred Pools on the Soldiers Trail Pass. 

Soldiers Trail Pass is a 5 mile loop and has some great views and great stops along the way.  It's a fairly easy hike and is kid and dog friendly.  This picture hardly does this hike justice! 

Warning For Hikers

Flash flooding is a nightmare for hikers. Be safe during monsoon season in the Phoenix area because a storm can happen anytime. Dry rivers and canyons can easily become hazardous. 

I hope you can take the time to get outdoors and enjoy our beautiful state, for Arizona has a lot to offer! Be safe! 

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