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Munds Wagon Trail

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 3.5 (8)

A nice meandering trail along Schnebly Hill Road with some more difficult sections.


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Map Key

2.8

Miles

4.5

KM

Singletrack

5,076' 1,547 m

High

4,465' 1,361 m

Low

704' 215 m

Up

104' 32 m

Down

6%

Avg Grade (3°)

16%

Max Grade (9°)

Dogs Unknown

E-Bikes Unknown

Description

This trail starts right at the trailhead parking off Schnebly Hill Rd. The trail is fairly loose and rocky right out of the gate, and it crosses the road back and forth a few times before you feel like you're really riding the trail.

After the initial loose section, the trail smoothes out a bit, meandering along slightly downhill for a bit. It starts to cross in and out of the creek bed, and at times runs right along the creek bed on a red rock surface for 100 yards at a time. These creek bed sections are very pretty, fun for playing around or stopping for a snack.

The trail has some short technical climbs and descents to keep things interesting for advanced riders. These will be hike-a-bike sections for some. It ends at another smaller trailhead, where it meets up with Cow Pies Trail across the road from the parking lot.

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Shared By:

Michael Ahnemann

Trail Ratings

  3.5 from 8 votes

#15

in Sedona

#16407

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  3.5 from 8 votes
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Trail Rankings

#15

in Sedona

#433

in Arizona

#16,407

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Munds Wagon Trail follows the intermittent creek in Bear Wallow Canyon.  The trail ducks in and out of trees and slickrock washes,
Feb 23, 2014 near Sedona, AZ
Slickrock section.
Jul 21, 2019 near Sedona, AZ

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