The Sedona Centennial Trail is a short, easy trail through a pinyon pine forest to an overlook. The trailhead is located at the north end of Sedona Cultural Park by the Girdner Trail. The wide trail leads to a scenic vista with views across the basin to the Red Rock Country, including Mingus Mountain, Cockscomb, Doe Mountain, Bear Mountain, and Secret Mountain.
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Nice short easy walk. I took my wife who has physical issues and she was thrilled with the panoramic views we shared. Every trail has its remarkable aspects…this is no exception.