Coffee Pot Trailhead: From uptown, drive southwest on Hwy 89a, turn right on Coffee Pot Dr, left on Sandborn, right on Little Elf, right on Buena Vista, the trail head parking will be on the left.If you plan to park a vehicle at the trailhead, you will need a Red Rock Pass. You can purchase a pass at the Red Rock Ranger District on Hwy 179 or in town at a number of vendors. Description: This easy in-town trail takes you to the base of Coffeepot Rock, a well-known Sedona landmark. You park at the trailhead parking lot for the Teacup Trail and follow the Teacup Trail until you intersect the unmarked Coffeepot Trail. You�ll hike on ledges under coffeepot until the ledges eventually get too narrow and steep to go any further. You’ll come to “Shark Rock,” which looks like the open mouth of a giant shark. When you go as far as you are comfortable with (because the rock gets very steep), look up and you�ll see you are under the spout of Coffeepot. NOTE: The following summary information is to help with hike selection and is not intended to be used for hiking the trail. For your safety and enjoyment, please obtain a copy of Sedona Hiking Guide which is available here.Although not typically listed as one of the “official” vortex sites around Sedona AZ, at 5,600 feet, Coffee Pot Rock is the highest point in town and some spiritual believers in vortex energy count Coffee Pot Rock as a definitive site of energy release. Typically vortexes are geological rises or depressions, signaling whether they release energy or help draw energy inward. For visitors interested in the vortex phenomenon, Coffee Pot Rock lets you be the judge.
Head southwest on Highway 89 A from the “Y” at Highway 179 approximately two miles to Coffee Pot Drive. Turn right for 0.5 mile to Sanborn and turn left. Look for Little Elf Drive, which ends at Buena Vista Drive. Watch for the “hiker” sign, and the trailhead is just around the bend on the left.
Although located in a popular neighborhood, the trail to Coffee Pot Rock could be considered the road less traveled. Crowds are at a minimum and many hikers report having the trail all to themselves. Combine this with the low intensity elevation gain, just 400 feet over 2.5 miles, and you have one of the area’s most beautiful hikes and best kept secrets.Standing tall at the west end of Sedona sits Coffee Pot Rock, perfectly poised to pour the first cup of morning refreshment for the countless neighbors living in the shadow of this unique and colorful monument. Visible from all over town, Coffee Pot Rock mimics a percolator style pot, complete with spout. The base of Coffee Pot Rock is deep Sedona red, with slight striations of white and pink. The lid of the Coffee Pot is striped beige and orange, further resembling the clear top of the percolator. A visual wonder, Coffee Pot rock is one of Sedona’s “Red Rock” must sees!At this point the views become even more dramatic. Chimney Rock is visible on the left and Cathedral Rock is even visible in the far distance. The trail starts to climb a bit, but is quite manageable and although there are a few other unmarked trails, keep following the beaten path at this point and soon you will find yourself under the spout of Coffee Pot. There are plenty of side trails to explore, many with worn steps in the sandstone and rock cairns to assist with climbing.
The trailhead is found on Coffee Pot Drive, just off Highway 89A. Coincidently, the trailhead is shared by other nearby hiking destinations, Teacup and Sugarloaf Summit. When you leave the parking area the trail will immediately split. Ignore the Summit Trail Forest Service sign, and take the left fork for a short distance until you reach another split. There are no signs this time so watch for it and take the right fork. You will quickly reach a “T” intersection meeting up with the Thunder Mountain Trail. Turn right. Soon you find another split, with Summit Trail appearing on the right once again. Keep heading straight and after about another 0.5 mile, there will be another unsigned trail on your left. Near the trail there is a large bush, and area hikers attempt to mark the bush with a circle of stones, but the best indication of the trail is to look straight ahead. The massive Coffee Pot Rock rises majestically out of the sandstone and towers over you in the near distance.
Coffee Pot Felsformation bei Sonnenaufgang in Sedona Arizona USA Ein 17 Grad kristallklarer Wintermorgen. Sedona Häuser im Vordergrund. Geheimer Berg mit Schnee im Hintergrund. Red Rock Country. Beliebtes Gebiet, um die alten Western-Cowboy-Filme zu machen.Berühmte Kaffeekanne Rock in Sedona Arizona USA. An einem kristallklaren 17 Grad Wintermorgen bei Sonnenaufgang. Sedona Stadthäuser im Vordergrund. Im Hintergrund Schnee auf dem Secret Mountain. Der Berg ist eher wie eine Mesa. Eine Perkolator-Kaffeemaschine war die Hauptmaschine, die damals verwendet wurde.
Rote Felsformation über Sedona, Arizona bei Sonnenuntergang. Der letzte Felsen auf der rechten Seite heißt wegen seiner Form Coffeepot Rock. Sedonas Hauptattraktion ist die atemberaubende Auswahl an roten Sandsteinformationen, die Roten Felsen von Sedona. Die Formationen scheinen in leuchtendem Orange und Rot zu leuchten, wenn sie von der auf- oder untergehenden Sonne beleuchtet werden. Die Red Rocks bilden eine atemberaubende Kulisse für alles, von spirituellen Aktivitäten bis hin zu Hunderten von Wander- und Mountainbike-Strecken.
Blick auf die roten Felsen oberhalb der Stadt Sedona Arizona an einem stürmischen Tag. Die eine Formation in der Nähe der rechten Seite ist wegen ihrer Form als Coffee Pot bekannt.
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Based on their geological features and views, below are the three most beautiful hikes in Sedona. Each hike is relatively short and you can knock all of them out in a day or two.
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How do you get to the secret cave in Sedona?
Secret Cave: To get to the Secret Cave, you’ll want to get to Soldier’s Pass Trailhead. Your GPS will bring straight to the dirt parking area where the trail begins. As this is a popular trail, you’ll want to arrive early – there is no additional parking in the surrounding community and the parking area is small.
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How do you feel the Sedona vortex?
What Does a Vortex Feel Like? You may feel a range of sensations from a slight tingling on exposed skin, to a vibration emanating from the ground when you encounter a vortex. Most often a vortex is felt by palpable sensation across the nape of the neck and the shoulder blades.
Secret Cave: To get to the Secret Cave, you’ll want to get to Soldier’s Pass Trailhead. Your GPS will bring straight to the dirt parking area where the trail begins. As this is a popular trail, you’ll want to arrive early – there is no additional parking in the surrounding community and the parking area is small. The trail to the cave is about 5 miles roundtrip. You’ll pass the sinkhole and the seven sacred pools along the trail. Once you pass the sacred pools, you’ll eventually pass another sign for the Soldier’s Pass Trail. Continue past this sign for another 5 minutes and keep your eye out for a trail to your right that appears to go up the hill. Head over the tree branch, up the path, over the large rocky area, and in another 15 minutes you’ll reach the Secret Cave. If you only see an arch when you get to the top of the trail, continue to the right of the arch and you’ll see the section of the cave where you can go inside.Devil’s Bridge: Your GPS will bring you straight to the parking lot/trailhead for this super popular hike. Once you’ve parked in the paved lot, you’ll be walking along the rough 4×4 road for a while until it breaks off to the right and up to the natural bridge – do not attempt to drive on this road unless you have a high clearance 4×4 vehicle with the right tires and experience to drive it. This hike is 3.6 miles roundtrip and is relatively flat until you get to the last section just before the bridge. Due to the popularity of this trail, I’d recommend hiking this one in the early hours of the morning so you can watch the sunrise on the red rock formations in the distance when you get there.Wrong Address: If you provide an address that is considered insufficient by the courier, the shipment will be returned to our facility. You will be liable for reshipment costs once we have confirmed an updated address with you (if and as applicable). If this occurs, we will contact you.Misprinted/damaged/defective items: Any claims for misprinted/damaged/defective items must be submitted within 4 weeks after the product has been received. The claim must be submitted here.
Birthing Cave: The path to the Birthing Cave is about 3 miles roundtrip, at the most. You can use your GPS to get you to the Long Canyon Trail which will lead you to the Birthing Cave. You’ll see the small dirt parking area for the trail on your left just a few minutes after you turn onto Long Canyon Road. Follow the signs from the parking area to start your hike on the Long Canyon Trail. About 15 minutes in, you’ll see a small section of wooden and wire fence on your left. The path to the Birthing Cave will be to the left of the fence, over the tree branch and running perpendicular to the trail you just hiked. Hike another 5 minutes on this path and you’ll see the trail that leads you to the birthing cave on your right. A few minutes up and you’ll be inside the cave.
Formed between 300 and 340 million years ago, the Redwall Limestone is the lowest strata visible in the Sedona region. It is dark brown in color, up to 300 to 600 feet thick, and contains fossils of clams, snails, fish, trilobites, and brachiopods.
Why is Red Rocks so famous?
The Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre is world-famous for its idyllic scenery, unique rock formations and all-around breathtaking beauty.
Approximately 4,500 feet above sea level, Sedona sits at the base of the famous Colorado plateau. This is known as the Mogollon Rim. Flagstaff, only 45 miles north, sits firmly at an impressive 7,000 feet, on the plateau. This historic town is surrounded by volcanic mountains. From the resulting cliffs, creeks like Oak Creek, Clear Creek, and Fossil Creek burst from the freed aquifers. Simultaneously, this hydrates an otherwise desert climate while creating a unique and spectacular region.Northern Arizona is a spectacular region with juniper, pinon, and huge ponderosa pine forests. It boasts gigantic canyons, desert riparian areas, and incredible rock formations. High desert regions lie beneath the Colorado Plateau, a massive, thick crust that rises roughly 3,500 feet. Consequently, without this unique formation, the beauty of Sedona would not have been uncovered. The geology of Sedona changes from one area to the next. Overall, it’s fun to have such diversity in one area for hiking, swimming, fishing, camping, mountain biking, and more!
Before the Colorado Plateau shifted upwards, volcanos had erupted, leaving a layer of lava basalt still clearly visible from Sedona. You can literally see the edge of the basalt at the top of the rim. The upward lift of the Colorado Plateau broke through the basalt, exposing the ancient sedimentary layers below. Basically, the extreme elevation change began the process of erosion through the exposed sandstone. Sandstone erodes quickly, carving the many canyons that are famous in the area.
In the Grand Canyon region, the Redwall Limestone is known to contain cave complexes. In the Sedona region, no caves are known. However, there are several locations near Sedona where sinkholes have formed in the overlying Schnebly Hill and Hermit strata. One example is the huge Devil’s Kitchen sinkhole, which collapsed in the late 1800s and is almost 200 feet deep. Mainly, all of the sinkholes occur along faults in the Schnebly Hill/Hermit formations and channel water down to the Redwall. Therefore, the sinkholes are likely due to large solution caves formed over millions of years in the Redwall. They have just grown too large to support the overlying sandstone. The impressive red rocks of Sedona are formed by a layer of sandstone called the Schnebly Hill Formation. This is a thick layer of red-to-orange-colored sandstone found only in the Sedona area. Evidently, fault lines running across the Sedona area further opened up areas of erosion. Some layers erode faster, some slower, leaving tall pillars. Each layer of stone can be studied for unique fossils, telling a history billions of years old. The sandstone of Sedona is iron rich from centuries past as an ancient sea bed. This same quality is seen up on the Colorado Plateau at Grand Canyon and in Utah. Markedly, the result is a spectacular view into the past, forming the beauty of nine National Parks like the Grand Canyon, Zion, Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef, Canyonlands, Arches, Mesa Verde, and Petrified Forest. Among the Colorado Plateau’s 18 National Monuments are Bears Ears, Rainbow Bridge, Dinosaur, Hovenweep, Wupatki, Sunset Crater Volcano, Grand Staircase-Escalante, and Natural Bridges. As well as, Canyons of the Ancients, Chaco Culture National Historical Park, and the Colorado National Monument.This is the version of our website addressed to speakers of English in the United States. If you are a resident of another country or region, please select the appropriate version of Tripadvisor for your country or region in the drop-down menu.
We enjoyed this trail! Someone has a sense of humor…You take Teapot to get to Coffeepot and the streets of Sanborn and Farmer Bros are near the trailhead! The first part of the trail is Sugarloaf and you head a bit west to the Teapot turn…The trail winds around – parts are smooth, parts are rocky and narrow…We took it all the way to Soldier’s Pass and then turned back. The views under the coffee spout are amazing! No facilities at the trailhead.
A nice hike up a slight grade until you arrive under the coffee pot. The vistas and views were a bit different on this hike. The flora was for sure than the Fry Canyon hike. Interesting how part of the trail at the end is above a subdivision of homes.One of the most iconic of the Red Rocks of Sedona, Bell Rock is a beautiful rock formation connecting Sedona and the Village of Oak Creek. Bell Rock Pathway is an easy to moderate 3.6 mile hike with phenomenal views of Bell Rock, Courthouse Butte, and other landmarks.
Why is it called Bell Rock Sedona?
About Bell Rock in Sedona Full disclosure, Bell Rock of Arizona is not an actual bell. It is a formation of rock that resembles a massive bell, nestled in a valley surrounded by massive red rock canyon walls for which the area has become so famous.
Be sure to check out our other post, “Our Picks: The 10 Best Sedona Hikes”, for additional awe-inspiring hikes in Sedona. We recommend contacting the Hike House for detailed information on Sedona hikes or finding trails that best suit your heart’s desire.West Fork Trail is an easy, 2-3-hour round trip stroll alongside towering cliffs amidst the Coconino National Forest. The tall rock walls provide lots of shade, and the ecosystem along the creek is fascinating to get up close to. It’s beautiful year-round and perfect for bringing along your four-legged best friend. Fun fact: you get to rock hop across Oak Creek!
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Boynton Canyon is known for its picturesque canyon and diverse landscape. This moderate, 3.2-mile hike takes you through a distinct flora along towering buttes, crimson cliffs, and natural desert gardens.Cathedral Rock is one of the most photographed Red Rock formations on the south side of Sedona. The hike is somewhat short, 0.7 miles, but includes a fairly steep climb to a plateau with amazing, panoramic views of Sedona and the surrounding Verde Valley.Devil’s Bridge is the largest natural sandstone arch in the Sedona area. It’s 1.8-miles round-trip and is categorized as a moderate hike including a 400-foot climb. It’s all worth it though – once you’re standing on Devil’s Bridge observing the view, you will be speechless!We were excited to announce the renovation to the all new Garden Ballroom – the largest meeting and event space at L’Auberge de Sedona. The Garden Ballroom – A Place of Connection provides an intimate and enriching gathering space which nurtures creativity and nourishing connections for corporate and social groups alike. Oak Creek Canyon is known for the scenic 89A drive and provides spectacular views year-round for which you don’t even have to leave your car. If you want to get to know the area, there are a variety of overlooks, picnic areas, swimming holes and hiking trails to be explored. Airport Vortex/Mesa is one of Sedona’s most popular energy centers as the vortex is very accessible. A round-trip hike takes approximately 2.5 hours and you will be rewarded with panoramic Red Rock views across Sedona. If you don’t feel like hiking or you are on a schedule, you can always drive to the top to experience the view. Summer is a magnificent time to visit Sedona – with beautiful weather for outdoor exploration, countless activities and festivals to take part in, and shopping and dining, there is something for every traveler. Here are our top 10 reasons to Summer in Sedona! Sedona is a bucket list destination for many travelers. Not only is it a perfect home base for visiting the Grand Canyon or other nearby national parks; Sedona is known for famous, majestic Red Rock formations providing an abundance of hiking opportunities. Visit Sedona fans recently chose “Sedona’s 7 Natural Wonders” and we couldn’t agree more.APACHE JUNCTION – Arizona law prohibits visitors from taking vegetation and rocks from state parks to preserve nature for other visitors and future generations.
“If everyone took one rock, well pretty soon there wouldn’t be many rocks left,” said Diana Bishop, a ranger at Lost Dutchman State Park. “We ask that they just leave everything in place as they find it.”To reach the path, begin hiking on Teacup Trail at the trailhead on Buena Vista Drive in West Sedona. Awe-inspiring Capitol Butte towers in front as you begin your journey. The trail meanders through a residential area and moves steadily but gently uphill. After walking 0.32 mile, you’ll come to the junction of Teacup and Thunder Mountain trails. Stay straight and continue on Teacup. The trail heads northeast, and Coffee Pot Rock stands to your left. Sugarloaf Trail meets Teacup after you’ve hiked 0.38 mile but stay straight. You’re looking for a bush on your left that is encircled with rocks, 0.53 mile from the trailhead. Behind the bush, you’ll see a rock cairn and across from it, a trail marker. Once you see it (it’s actually very easy to spot), turn left on the path. You’re now on Coffee Pot Trail.
Sedona doesn’t lack difficult hiking trails. The majority of our routes seem to be long, involve steep climbs and include rocky terrain. We are always on the lookout for trails that are suitable for all ages and physical conditions and also provide the total red rock experience (translation: views). The trail that consistently meets our criteria is the unmarked Coffee Pot Trail, which leads hikers to a beautiful spot right under the “spout” of the coffee pot. At only 1.15 miles one way and with a minimal change in elevation, the only thing that you have to worry about is snapping Christmas-card pictures.
Like Teacup, Coffee Pot Trail moves uphill, but it’s an easy enough climb that you can maintain a conversation with your companions. The red rocks look enormous here. The trail is studded with prickly pear cactus and broom snakeweed. After hiking 0.85 mile, you’ll reach a slick-rock shelf that feels like an amphitheater with Capitol Butte to the left and Coffee Pot Rock to the right. From here, the trail turns east across more slick rock and leads you along the base of the nearby cliffs. It ends directly under the spout of towering Coffee Pot Rock where you’re treated to expansive views of West Sedona. Look for Airport Mesa and the top of Cathedral Rock peeking out behind it. To your left, you’ll see Mingus Mountain; Sugarloaf Summit is the red rock mound in front of you. After soaking in the scenery, return to your car for a family friendly 2.3-mile hike.89Agave Cantina is such a fun, colorful spot that we’ve returned to for years. This Uptown restaurant beckons with red rock views on the outdoor patio, an extensive Mexican food menu and one of the best…
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The Bell Rock formation is found in southern Sedona just to the east of Highway 179. Enjoying the formation from the road while on a scenic drive is a great way to experience it, but you can also get up close and personal by going for a hike amidst all of the incredible beauty of this area. The Bell Rock Trail begins at the Bell Rock Pathway and continues to the north of the formation for a leisurely 0.75 miles. At the base of the formation, some people choose to hike up Bell Rock. This requires a great deal of experience because it is a dangerous path. But do not worry, it is still an amazing experience to enjoy it from the safety of the ground.Full disclosure, Bell Rock of Arizona is not an actual bell. It is a formation of rock that resembles a massive bell, nestled in a valley surrounded by massive red rock canyon walls for which the area has become so famous. Bell Rock, too, consists of this red rock, which forms into spires atop the formation. This incredible feature extends 500 feet into the air, making it one of the most astounding sights in the area. The amazing shades of brown and red contrast the rich greens that surround, creating a picturesque scene that is perfect for hikes, picnics and everything in between. You are sure to have never seen anything like this before.
You could spend days exploring the rich area that is Sedona and still not sees the depth of its beauty. This particular feature is amazing but it only represents a small part of what makes this place so wonderful. But spending part of your day enjoying the Bell Rock formation is a great way to start your journey here. Make sure you spend some time amidst this incredible beauty during your next trip to this beautiful land.
There is no shortage of incredible things to see in the beautiful desert of Sedona, Arizona. Between the towering canyon walls and the charming streets of the town, you will not encounter a dull moment. Hiking, fishing, and simply taking in the sights are great ways to spend your time in this amazing area. There are countless amazing things to see; one of those things is the Bell Rock formation.
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What are the big red rocks in Sedona?
The impressive red rocks of Sedona are formed by a layer of sandstone called the Schnebly Hill Formation. This is a thick layer of red-to-orange-colored sandstone found only in the Sedona area. Evidently, fault lines running across the Sedona area further opened up areas of erosion.
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How to see coffee pot rock Sedona?
Coffee Pot Rock is best visible in West Sedona along Hwy 89a, Coffeepot Drive, and atop Airport Mesa. Coffee Pot Trail: This trail takes you up the base of Coffeepot Rock with a mild elevation gain and many scenic views. CachedSimilar
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A Sedona vortex refers to a unique geological and spiritual phenomenon that is said to predominantly occur in and around the city of Sedona, Arizona. A vortex is believed to be a swirling center of energy that can produce a range of physical, emotional, and spiritual effects.
Many people believe that the Sedona Vortexes are particularly powerful and can enhance meditation, self-discovery, and spiritual growth. The vortexes are often associated with four specific sites in the Sedona area: Cathedral Rock, Bell Rock, Airport Mesa, and Boynton Canyon. Check out our interactive Sedona Vortex map for a better look at each vortex location. Each of these vortex sites is said to have its own unique energy and to offer different spiritual and healing benefits.
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What is the most famous rock in Sedona?
Bell Rock Bell Rock. One of the most iconic of the Red Rocks of Sedona, Bell Rock is a beautiful rock formation connecting Sedona and the Village of Oak Creek.
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You may feel a range of sensations from a slight tingling on exposed skin, to a vibration emanating from the ground when you encounter a vortex. Most often a vortex is felt by palpable sensation across the nape of the neck and the shoulder blades. If you don’t feel it, one way to “vibe” with the vortex energy is to sit at a vortex location, look at the view, feel your place in the expansive beauty, be still, and most importantly – allow yourself to feel grateful.
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Is it illegal to take rocks from Sedona?
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Have you ever seen Coffee Pot Rock in person? What are your favorite roadside attractions in Arizona? Tell us your thoughts in the comments! Don’t forget to check out our previous article for more hiking trails in Sedona worth exploring. There are a number of unique roadside attractions in Arizona, from a tipi motel to the elusive and mysterious “The Thing” that you have to see to believe. Perhaps the quirkiest of them all is a rock, aptly named “Coffee Pot Rock” that’s shaped like – you guessed it – a coffee pot! The resemblance is truly uncanny. Pretty views but sketchy walking toward the end. We turned back early because my dad and fiancée felt uncomfortable. Overall great but be aware ahead of time.
Pretty easy trail with great views. Added skid mark at the base of coffee pot. Fun area to hike and not challenging if you have grippy shoes for the skid mark portion.A nice hike with great views. We couldn’t get anywhere near the end of the Alltrails track but where we turned around was pretty spectacular. I’m sure hiking shoes with a softer rubber would help ascending the slick rock surfaces. We also tacked on the summit to Sugarloaf for more great views.
With trail names like coffee pot and teacup you might expect this trail to be a “piece of cake”. Get it? Never mind. There are some moderate climbs and awesome views.
Nice trail — except for the end. I’m surprised so few people have commented on it. It’s a very easy trail until you reach the last 0.2mi or so. At that point you have to go around a fairly steep, curved rock, with a long sheer drop-off. The couple ahead of us did it, though very carefully. My wife and I started but felt uncomfortably nervous. A slip would be fatal. So we reluctantly turned back. We encountered three other hikers on the way back who also had decided not to try it. As others have done, we combined this hike with a trip to the top of Sugarloaf. The parking lot was small — maybe 8 cars? — but we got there around 9:30 on a Friday and it was mostly empty.It’s a pretty hike, great views and just about every turn so make sure you turn around or you’ll miss it. A little hard to follow the trail in some spots but easy to get back onto the trail. It’s an easy hike with some moderate areas but worth it
Discover this 4.3-km loop trail near Sedona, Arizona. Generally considered an easy route. This is a very popular area for hiking, so you’ll likely encounter other people while exploring. The trail is open year-round and is beautiful to visit anytime. Dogs are welcome, but must be on a leash.plenty of parking when arriving at noon on a saturday. if u use navigation dont follow alltrails map to the end because it gets a little sketchy and theres no a view worth it at the end. it was still a nice trail but not worth going to the endStunning views! The Skidmark trail bit was hard to find. We got on some harrowingly narrow and steep parts on the rock face, and only realized it wasn’t the trail when it became visible we’ve ran out of “trail”! Highly recommend otherwise. The Sugar Loaf summit is a worthwhile detour too! Parking is hard to find, the lot is very small. We managed to find a spot off the paved road where the resident didn’t have warning signs.We set out close to noon. It was a beautiful day in late May. Many folks headed back as we set out. The trail map is helpful as there are spots where it’s only rock so navigating the trail might take longer without the map. I have to say that we lost the trail about 1/4 mile from the turnaround beneath Coffee Pot Rock. There is a juncture on the trail map where one path takes you high, one takes you low. We could not find a way to continue and went back to that juncture several ways/times to try and find access to continue. We kept coming on either a dead end or a drop- off. I would love to hear from people who used the trail map all the way to Coffee Pot Rock.
Second half of hike/run/hike. Wind gust to 35 mph, we turned back before reaching the end of the trail. Add aprox 1 mile to the hike. Fun; felt off-trail -social trail
Either we went the wrong way or the trail to tea cup was not as easy as “they” say. Lots of loose rock, steep grades, and the top of tea cup can be very breezy with precarious spots. With that said, the hike was outstanding. Great variety of terrain, amazing vistas and views, something different at every turn. Not for young ones you have to keep your eye on and shoes with good grip is a must.
Oopsie! We decided to do a different route and instead did sugarloaf summit. We stayed at the top for a looooong time just hanging out taking photos and videos! Easy hike in my opinion, saw a lot of more people on this hike as well as dogs! Very pretty views at the top!Over all was great! In front of the coffee pot it is pretty slanted slippery rock so just be cautious. We had kids with us that we would not take around the base. Otherwise the hike is nice and we also did the summit of sugarloaf at the end!
We Arizonans know all too well how many long hikes our state has to offer, but sometimes, you just aren’t in the mood for an all-day trek. When a leisurely, short, and sweet stroll is what you crave, look no further than Teacup Trail to Coffeepot Rock. This easy adventure only takes about an hour, and it leads to one of the most unique natural wonders around. It’s easily one of the very best hikes in Arizona, and we’re sure you’ll love it as much as we do.
Hiking in Arizona isn’t just for the grown-ups: there are lots of easy trails that are great for the little ones, too! In this case, we’ll define kid-friendly as easy hikes under two miles long, and luckily for us (and the kids) there are many to choose from. Some of our favorites include the awe-inspiring Horseshoe Canyon Trail, which is 1.5 miles long, and features one of Arizona’s single most iconic landmarks: the breathtaking Horseshoe Canyon. If you find yourselves near Sedona and needing to get your hike on, check out the Devils Kitchen Hike, which is just under a half-mile long and features incredible views of Sedona’s iconic landscape. Near the Valley? Try out the White Tank Waterfall Trail at White Tank Mountain Regional Park, which is 1.8 miles long and features a waterfall finish. Want more ideas? Check this article out and discover even more kid-friendly hikes around Arizona.Arizona is home to 3,000+ hiking trails, and some of those hikes are quite literally world-famous for their intense beauty and highly coveted landscapes. Some of the most popular and ridiculously scenic hikes in Arizona include the amazing Bright Angel Trail at Grand Canyon National Park; it’s hard, and suitable for very experienced hikers, but it’s an amazing hike with incredible rewards (and a great goal to set as a beginner). In the Valley, the hike up Camelback Mountain is famous for its beautiful desert surroundings and its killer views of not just Phoenix Metro but the entire area surrounding it. Finally, take one of the top ten best hikes in the entire United States in Sedona on the West Fork Trail, which is an awe-inspiring Arizona classic. The possibilities are almost endless (who’s going to hike 3,000 trails in their day?), and too many people underestimate the amazingness that is the Copper State in all its glory. Have you ever hiked Teacup Trail to Coffeepot Rock? If so, we’d love to hear all the details of your adventure! Let us know, and check out our previous article for another easy hike: This Easy Hike Proves That Arizona Is Home To Unrivaled Beauty. Visible from all over Sedona, Coffee Pot Rock is an impressive rock formation that looms over the town’s western border. The rock’s shape is like a coffee percolator, complete with spout. Hike the trail up to the spout or view the rock from a helicopter.Play a round of golf in Oak Creek at Sedona Golf Resort, and enjoy other activities such as hiking. Stroll along the riverfront or discover the area’s desert landscapes.
What rocks can be found in Sedona?
The various rock features surrounding Sedona are limestone and sandstone sedimentary rock that has thus far survived the effects of erosion. Rock falls and decomposed sands and clay soils surrounding the rock features around Sedona provide evidence that these features a continuing to be eroded by the forces of nature.
Explore the lovely green spaces of Lo Lo Mai Springs Campground and enjoy the hiking trails in Cornville. Wander the riverfront or discover the area’s desert landscapes.This place was busy, but they got us in quickly, served in a reasonable amount of time and price was reasonable and food was tasty & portions were huge!You can search for that perfect souvenir at Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village during your trip to Sedona. Discover the area’s mountain views and beautiful sunsets.Take one of Arizona’s most beautiful scenic drives through this canyon and be sure to take your hiking boots, fishing rod, swimsuit and camera along for the ride. Experience Sedona’s exciting arts scene through workshops, classes, exhibitions and events at this thriving hub showcasing the work of local and interstate artists. Throughout the hike, you are rewarded with dramatic vistas. Don’t miss Shark Rock, which resembles the gaping mouth of a giant shark. To the left of the trail, the massive formation of Chimney Rock rises into the sky. On the horizon, you can see Cathedral Rock. A majestic collection of red rocks that look like spires, this is one of Sedona’s most renowned natural attractions. Although there are some walkable shops convenient to the Bell Rock Inn, the real shopping in Sedona is in Upper Sedona, about 5 miles north. Be sure to visit ALL the Sedona area. While Coffee Pot Rock is located in a bustling neighborhood, the trail is off the beaten path and usually uncrowded. Located just off the highway, the trailhead is shared with other popular hikes, such as Sugarloaf Summit and Teacup Trail. To access the trail, park in the Teacup Trail lot and follow that until you intersect with the Coffee Pot Rock Trail. For much of the hike, you walk along narrow ledges until they become too steep to traverse. If you persevere, you will eventually look up and find yourself right under the spout of the Coffee Pot.
It was a beautiful day to take the lift to see the views but it was very chilly as we neared the top, so take jackets and lap blankets in cooler months!
Coffee Pot Rock is a 10-minute drive northwest from the center of Sedona. Sedona has a mild climate year-round. However, if you are hiking in summer, set out early before it gets too hot. Pack sturdy walking shoes and plenty of drinking water. If you don’t feel like hiking, book a seat on a hot air balloon or helicopter ride and see Sedona’s magnificent rocks from the air.The trail to Coffee Pot Rock is a popular destination for visitors looking for an easily accessible yet scenic hike. Rising just 400 feet (121.9 meters) over 2.5 miles (4 kilometers), the trail is the perfect trek for beginners and families with children.
This trail will take you gradually uphill all the way to the base of Sedona’s coffee pot rock. With a height of 5,246 ft and powerful red, orange, yellow, and beige hues, it’s considered one of the most iconic rocks in the area. You’ll be surrounded by prickly pear cactus and broom snakeweed with scenic views of nearby rock landmarks.
The most convenient way to access the trail leading to coffee pot rock is to park at the Sugarloaf Trailhead parking lot off of Buena Vista Drive. This parking lot is small, and you’ll need a Red Rock Pass (or America The Beautiful Pass) to park here. The trailhead is highly accessible and surprisingly close to homes in a suburban area.
Coffee Pot trail is not well marked. Reports of people going off trail around this area are common! However, even if you step off trail accidentally, it’s relatively easy to find your way back onto the well-beaten path. Plus, you will likely not be alone out there.
Sedona, AZ, shows its personality with its fun and cheeky names of the red rock formations that are simple, yet, very well-fitting. For example, look at Cathedral Rock, Courthouse Butte, and Coffee Pot Rock. These formations resemble their names so well, which makes them even more memorable, especially for kids!
The coffee pot rock formation earned its name because of its resemblance to a percolator coffee pot. At the very top, you can see how the different layers of red rock in beige and orange colors seem to form a lid and spout.This hike may be your new favorite way to start your morning! Coffee pot rock in Sedona, Arizona, is an iconic, aptly-named red rock that’s a must-do hike for tourists and locals of all skill levels and ages. This short-and-sweet trail is open year-round. At just under 3 miles, it’s well suited for kids, older folks, plus dogs on a leash are welcome!
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If you come early enough, or during weekdays, you should be able to snag a spot. The lot can quickly fill up as this is a very possible trailhead for multiple trails in Red Rock Secret Mountain Wilderness of West Sedona. If parking is full here, try parking at the Andante Trailhead off Andante Drive.
What is the famous rock in Sedona?
Bell Rock Bell Rock. One of the most iconic of the Red Rocks of Sedona, Bell Rock is a beautiful rock formation connecting Sedona and the Village of Oak Creek.
At the trailhead, you’ll see a map sign of the area of Red Rock Secret Mountain Wilderness surrounding you. Starting the trail, you’ll see the tall and striking Capitol Butte (6,342 ft elevation) straight ahead in the distance. To your right is Sugarloaf Summit, a wide and tall mound that people often climb (4,872 ft).Follow signs for Teacup Trail. There will be a junction with Thunder Mountain Trail, where you will keep right to stay on Teacup Trail. You will pass by the spur trail for Sugarloaf loop that encircles the summit.
If you’re eager to keep hiking after seeing Coffee Pot Rock, there are many more adventures to be had without needing to get in the car and drive elsewhere. Teacup Trail offers connections to hiking to Chimney Rock to the west, or to the Seven Sacred Pools, Devil’s Kitchen, and Soldier Pass to the north east. Teacup Trail also offers shade with not too challenging terrain, making it an ideal way to experience another beautiful aspect of exploring outdoors and learning about the geology of the Southwest.
Skidmark trail is technically a loop, however, if you’re more comfortable with returning the way you came, there’s no significant difference in elevation or distance so do whatever you’re more comfortable with.
Continue walking and shortly after turn left onto Skidmark Trail (the true Coffee Pot Trail). There may be a bush encircled with rocks, a rock carin behind the bush, and a trail marker across from the carin.