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Sedona Red Rock Trail Fund

– Providing for the sustainment and enhancement of the Red Rock trail system –

Raised in excess of $3.0 million to sustain the Red Rock trails since 2014

Honored as Sedona Monthly's Great Causes in 2021 and 2022

Recipient of Keep Sedona Beautiful 2023 Award of Excellence for Environmental Stewardship

We can't do it without your help.

With your support and in partnership with the US Forest Service,

we provide for the maintenance and enhancement of the Red Rock trails that you love.

Special Projects Funded by Donations 

All projects are coordinated with the USFS Red Rock Ranger District.

Schnebly Hill Trail

A major section of this trail that has been washed out and destroyed due to erosion and historic flooding.

Learn what we need to do

Cathedral Rock Trail - Phase 5

Restoration has been in progress for five years. Unusually severe and prolonged weather in the Spring of 2023 prevented completion of the steps within the closure window.

Soldiers Pass Trail

This popular trail has sustained critical damage from overuse, illegal Off-Highway Vehicle use and erosion from severe weather events.

Learn what we need to do

Other Projects

Red Rock Trails Forever

400+ miles of trails give you access to the beautiful Red Rock Country. Your gift will help ensure stewardship of these trails for years to come.

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Endowment Fund

The trail system is reliant on the continuing health of this organization. The Endowment Fund ensures our ability to provide essential stewardship for the trails and the forest into the future.

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Coconino NF seeks public input on proposed trail enhancements on Red Rock Ranger District

(Click HERE to learn more)

A public meeting regarding these proposals will be held Dec. 5 from 4-6 p.m. at the Red Rock Ranger Station at 8375 State Route 179, Sedona, AZ 86351. DOWNLOAD: Scoping Letter and Details

Sedona Red Rock Trail Fund is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization and an Official Partner of the US Forest Service Red Rock Ranger District.  

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