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      Sedona Aug 20, 2015 at 11:28 AM

      I will be in Sedona, AZ next week, and would like to know 3 of the best hiking trails. My 20 year old daughter and I will be doing half day hikes and there are too many trails to choose from. We like moderate to difficult trails, but not dangerous trails (edges of cliffs where one false move you die). Please advise on the best scenic trails that would be a great half day hike.

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      Vortex Jeep Tours

      Sedona Aug 31, 2015 at 10:11 AM

      Hello

      I will be in Sedona, in early October, with 3 friends and we would like to take a vortex jeep tour. There seem to be many of them, Pink Jeep Tours, Earth Wisdom Jeep Tours, Red Rock Jeep Tours, etc.. Any suggestions for the best one? I have been asked to be the "travel agent" for the group and I don't want to let anyone down.

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      Hiking and Afraid of Heights

      Sedona Aug 3, 2015 at 6:13 PM

      I traveling to Sedona in early October with two friends who love to hike. I want to join them, but I am afraid of heights. Are there any hikes we can take that they will enjoy, but I won't feel like I'm going to die?

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      camping and glass over look

      Grand Canyon National Park Aug 11, 2015 at 5:40 PM

      We will have a 25 foot camper to pull in, so need a recommendation for a campground. We also want to see the glass over look, as it was built with our equipment. Not sure which ridge it is on. My dad walls with a cane, so no hiking. A helicopter ride would be good. Help.

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      The edge and dangers

      by TerriD0718 Online Now Jun 11, 2013 at 8:50 AM

      My daughter and her friend are wanting to hike to Supai. They are novice hikers, but do quite a bit of jogging. What is the best way they can train for this hike. and How dangerous is this? They do not want to hire a guide. How long does the hike take? and What is a switchback? It seems there is a cliff along the edge? (is that BOTH edges?) and how deep is the ravine there? Is October too cool at night? Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks!

      5 Answers Jun 12, 2013 at 12:56 PM
    • Bring a wagon?

      by chasebadkids Online Now Mar 19, 2007 at 2:13 PM

      Hey fellow hikers, Ive been two supai twice now both times hiking / backapcking in the whole way, this year I was planing on trying to be the first out of my church to ever bring a wagon down there instead of a backpack, does anyone who's familiar with the trail think that this is possible, why or why not? what considerations do I need to make sure of. Thanks for oyur time

      2 Answers Mar 7, 2008 at 9:06 AM