Oak Creek - Sedona Rim Hikes Award

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Sponsoring Council

Grand Canyon

Award Dimensions

7'' x 7'' w/ segments

Summary

Sedona Rim country is a unique and beautiful area with many rugged canyons, forested slopes and isolated plateaus and mesas. Most hikes in these areas are best as day hikes and lend themselves to small groups (groups of 10 or less). Several hikes can be overnight trips.

Map Link (where applicable)

External Reference (where applicable)

Detailed Requirements

WILSON MOUNTAIN, EAST POCKET TRAIL, WET BEAVER CREEK, DRY BEAVER CREEK, LOY TRAIL, MOONEY TRAIL, HARDINGS SPRINGS TRAIL, COOKSTOVE TRAIL, THOMAS POINT TRAIL, CASNER CANYON TRAIL, JACKS CANYON-MUNDS MOUNTAIN, SOLDIER PASS TRAIL, VULTEE ARCH-DEVILS BRIDGE, DRY CREEK TRAIL OAK CREEK - SEDONA RIM HIKES 


Requirements

1. Contact the Council for updated pamphlet containing trail descriptions, notes, maps and other useful information. 


2. The OAK CREEK - SEDONA RIM patch is earned after completing one overnight hike and the day hikes utilizing "no trace" camping. As additional segment hikes are completed a star pin is to be attached by the name of the segment. 


NOTE: Only two hikes have dependable water and the others will require a "dry camp". 


OVERNIGHT HIKES:  

1. Wilson Mountain 6 - 8 miles  

2. East Pocket Trail 5 - 7 miles  

3. Wet Beaver Creek 6 - 8 miles  

4. Dry Beaver Creek 6 - 8 miles  

5. Loy Trail 10 miles  

6. Mooney Trail 12 - 14 miles 


DAY HIKES:  

7. Harding Springs Trail 1.5 miles  

8. Cookstove Trail 1.5 miles  

9. Thomas Point Trail 2 miles  

10. Casner Canyon Trail 4 miles  

11. Jacks Canyon -Munds Mt. 9 - 10 miles  

12. Soldier Pass Trail 4 miles  

13. Vultee Arch-Devils Bridge 5 - 6 miles  

14. Dry Creek Trail 6 miles