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Brins Mesa Hike, Sedona AZ


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The Brins Mesa trail begins right at the edge of the town of Sedona and is as picturesque as it is convenient. Instead of keeping us tucked away in a deep canyon or clinging to the side of a steep slope as do a lot of other trails in the area, it led us right out into the open where we enjoyed unobstructed views of the spectacular red rock formations for which the Sedona area and Oak Creek Canyon are famous.

The hike is not too steep and not too long, but it was a bit hot. We did a 5 mile loop hike using the Brins Mesa, Soldier Pass, Jordan and Cibola trails.  

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