Guided Hikes and Land Journeys

If there is only one thing you HAVE to do while you are visiting Sedona, it's take a hike!!!

Sedona is known to many as the most beautiful place in America. There is even an old saying, "God created the Grand Canyon, but He lives in Sedona." But to really experience the splendor of Sedona, you have to get out of the jeep, put you feet on the ground and start walking!!

But where do you go with almost 3 million acres of national forest, over 300 miles of marked trails and seven major canyons? You could literally explore this land for a lifetime and not see it all. You could choose to go where many people visit: Cathedral Rock, The Chapel, Airport Mesa...the list goes on.

But, we encourage you to get off the beaten path and experience other amazing vistas, ancient ruins, seclusive swimming holes, deep canyons, sacred ceremonial sites and so much more!!!

Our guided hikes are unique, usually cost half of what other guides charge and come with exclusive services not yet offered anyplace else.

We offer professional photography complete with memorable keepsakes, "brown bag brunch" specials that include great local foods and the option to weave in simple ceremony. It's all up to you. Just let us know how much time you have, what you'd like to see and experience and we will customize a guided tour around you and your interests.

We will guide you to places in Sedona that are meant to rejuvenate your body, mind and soul. Make this vacation more than just a "get-away." Use your time in Sedona to become inspired about life in a way that only nature can. We call them "Kodak moments of the Soul."

Find out why and book a once-in-a-lifetime experience today. We promise, you will enjoy yourself, unlike ever before!!


Hike Sedona ~ Jim Thompson Trail

Another Great Moderate Sedona Hike

Hike Sedona ~ Jim Thompson Trail

Trail Description

This great moderate hike starts near Jordon Road and offers great views around the Steamboat Rock area. Jim Thompson Trail is an easy trail to navigate and heads towards Wilson Canyon Trail.

If you have two cars, it's a great idea to drop one car off at Midgley Bridge, return to Jim Thompson trailhead and hike your way to the car left at Midgley Bridge. It's about a 3.5 miles hike one way.

The views are spectacular. The trail is easy to navigate and you approach Midgley Bridge with nice views from a distance.

Follow Jim Thompson Trail to where it ends at Wilson Canyon Trail and turn right to get to the bridge.

Or, if a shorter hike is preferred, just turn back around when it feels time.


Difficulty Level

Difficult to Moderate

Points of Interest

Steamboat Rock, Great panoramic views, Midgley Bridge

Average Hike Time

2 hours one way

Sedona Hike Features


Elevation Change

approximately 400 feet