West Fork Trail
The Jewel of Sedona, there is basically no bad time to explore West Fork, but if you want to hike and practice yoga spring, summer, and fall are the best times of the year. In the winter it is cold! . Look for the guide with a backpack holding yoga mats and holding an ASU umbrella.
The location we practice yoga is 2.5 miles into your hike. It’s another ½ mile to the end of the maintained trail, so if you want to go further after practicing yoga we can. This is an easy hike, but like most Sedona Hikes be prepared to share the trail with other people. During the week, you will have better luck not waiting for a parking spot, but if there is a vehicle line be patients is the key! If you don’t want to wait, take a taxi. We spend 45 minutes to an hour getting to our location, total time with you is 3 hours to 4 hours if want to stop and take lots of photographs.
As usual your guide will meet you at the trail head wearing a backpack with yoga mats attached and holding an ASU Umbrella.
- 1 Person = $175
- 2 People = $200
- 3 People = $225
- 4 People = $250
- 5 People = $275
- 6 People = $300
- $25 for Each Additional Person
- Parking Cost: $11 per vehicle
- Walk-in Cost: $2 per person
- Difficulty: Easy - (Should Be For Some One That Exercises Often)
- Hike Duration & Yoga: 180 to 240 minutes
- Location: 17.5 miles south of Flagstaff (9.5 miles north of Sedona) on paved roads in scenic Oak Creek Canyon.
- Access: Drive south 17.5 miles south from Flagstaff or north 9.5 miles from Sedona to about halfway between milepost 385 and 384. The trailhead is on the west side of the highway down a paved lane that leads behind a few Creekside houses. Park at the Call O' The Canyon Day-use area.
- GPS: 34°59'26.5"N 111°44'34.6"W