top of page
KodiakCanvas_2person_In.jpg

Our AtoZ Blog

"Stories of Camping Adventures & More"

AZplaces-Camping-Made-Easy.png

Hiking & Exploring the Raven Caves

Sedona Arizona


Our last stop on the way out of Sedona, just off the 179 south of Sedona is a small parking area where we begin our really short hike to the Raven Caves. These caves are a network of small cavities overlooking Oak Creek just south of Sedona. Though they look small at first, if you keep going through the passageways, you’ll discover there’s a lot more to see than appears at first glance. Inside required ducking and stepping over obstacles. There are some drop offs to the left that I recommend exercising caution, not a good cave for young children. We passed through several passages with some having windows with a view of the Sedona landscape.



While in Sedona we stayed at Los Abrigados Resort that is right on Oak Creek. We enjoyed beer and food at the Oak Creek Brewery and also enjoyed eating at the Thai Spices and The Hudson. Shopped at Tlaquepaque Arts & Shopping Village. Hiked the west fork trail for the first time, one of the best hikes in Sedona. We also hiked to the Seven Sacred Pools, upon our return to our vehicle we got hailed on. The last night of our seven day stay we enjoyed the sunset at the Sedona Airport Scenic Lookout, then enjoyed a night hike to the Airport Mesa.



Thank for reading. Enjoy your day.

Recent Posts

See All

Comentarios


bottom of page