Greasy Spoon

Sedona, Arizona

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More remote and less traveled than the other Sedona trails. Park and hike to two mountain peaks near Boynton Pass. One trail goes to Bear Mountain in the Secret Mountain Wilderness. If you park, hike, or stop along the route, you’ll need a Red Rocks Pass. Steep descents and climbs over rocky terrain. The first part of the trail is easy when dry, but slippery and difficult when wet. Don’t drive on a rainy day. Route-finding can be confusing at times because of numerous side roads. Suitable for many stock high-clearance SUVs when dry.

Greasy Spoon Professional Review and Guide

"More remote and less traveled than the other Sedona trails. Park and hike to two mountain peaks near Boynton Pass. One trail goes to Bear Mountain in the Secret Mountain Wilderness. If you park, hike, or stop along the route, you’ll need a Red Rocks Pass.

Steep descents and climbs over rocky terrain. The first part of the trail is easy when dry, but slippery and difficult when wet. Don’t drive on a rainy day. Route-finding can be confusing at times because of numerous side roads. Suitable for many stock high-clearance SUVs when dry."

Activity Type: Off-Highway Drives
Nearby City: Sedona
Distance: 5.8
Trail Type: Shuttle
Difficulty: Difficult
Duration: 2 to 3 hours
Local Contacts: Coconino National Forest
Local Maps: Arizona Atlas and Gazetteer; USGS Sedona; Coconino National Forest map
Driving Directions: Directions to Greasy Spoon

Recent Trail Reviews

2/12/2008
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Rugged trail requiring 4 wheel drive and some clearance. Near Sedona so the views are always great. Fun in either direction.


5/31/2007
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Known also as Pipeline or Diamond Back Gulch, this trail offers some ledges and off camber opportunities for the stock to mildly modified 4wd vehicles. The level of difficulty increases with the presence of moisture. This can be fun for the new person just entering the 4wd community but is not that challenging for those that have modified their rigs for more challenging trails. Although, there are opportunities along this trail to really test that articulation, this is a nice afternoon trail ride into the back country of Sedona.



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May 2018