Coconino National Forest Red Rock Ranger District Mescal Trail Day WHEN: Saturday, January 21, 2012 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM WHERE: Mescal Trail… The east shoulder on Long Canyon Road 0.1 mile north of Boyton Pass Road, West Sedona What to bring Sturdy Closed-Toe Shoes Long Pants Work Gloves Glasses or Sunglasses H2O Great Attitude!!! Please click the link to RSVP, contact Jennifer Burns for more info: firstname.lastname@example.org
When and where: Saturday, December 10th at 10:00 am we will meet at the intersection of Dry Creek road and Forest road 152. The Mescal trail day has been rescheduled to another date. Mescal still needs archeological work before work can begin. Instead we will finish the Chuck Wagon trail. So…. Be sure to bring: Sturdy Closed-Toe Shoes, Long Pants, Work Gloves, Glasses or Sunglasses, H2O, Lunch, Great Attitude!!! Optional gear to
Come out and work on trails in Sedona with the Forest Service and Verde Valley Cyclists! Meet at the gravel pit on Long Canyon Road at 8:00 am on Saturday, November 19th. From 89A in West Sedona, turn north on Dry Creek Road. At the first stop sign, turn right onto Long Canyon Rd. for about 1/4 mile to the meeting location. Bring long pants, closed-toe shoes, glasses or sunglasses,
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* ATTENTION ALL BICYCLISTS * After nearly 3 years of road construction in Sedona AZ, the road work is going to be finished and the town is having a party! As part of the festivities that will be happening throughout Sedona (Friday-Saturday, August 20 & 21), the Verde Valley Cyclists Coalition is sponsoring a SATURDAY MORNING BIKE RIDE. We are inviting the entire cycling community in the Southwest and beyond
The Coconino National Forest, Red Rock Ranger District is interested in hearing your thoughts on possible new trails and trailheads within the greater Sedona area. Trails and trail heads are being considered by the District as additions to the existing Red Rock Ranger District trail system. Flagstaff Biking Organization is strongly in favor of this proposal! For those familiar with the trails in Sedona, the District is considering including Hangover
After 30 rides in Flagstaff this year, we’re heading south for the “winter.” Our first Sedona ride was a great success, with nine kids and three adults besides the program director… and with no significant crashes and only two flats. Thanks to Absolute Bikes for letting us use the big white van (and for last-minute bike repairs) and to Bill Gallen and Ken VonSchulze for driving down with kids and