Trails

Are you ready for the most unique riding experience of your life?   Sedona mountain bike trails are like no other, a true mountain bike mecca. There are hundreds of mountain bike trails in the area, with over 200 miles of red singletrack. Trail advice is best given in store when looking over the maps, we are happy to highlight routes for you! From beginner trails to advanced, we can point you in the right direction.

Check out this short video of the scenic Mescal trail!

 


Trail Maps

Trail Maps

Trail Maps are a must! With hundreds of miles of trails in the area, and many intersections, you don't want to get lost do you? Stop by Over The Edge Sedona and get a Sedona Mountain Bike Trails Map from Beartooth Publishing or Manky! Free trail advice included!

A fair warning: Sedona Trails change after every monsoon and are often updated, repaired and rerouted! Web forum’s, mapping apps and trail websites are not. For the most up-to-date trail conditions, weather, and general riding advice, please stop by and see us.

Sedona Bike Park

Sedona Bike Park

The Sedona bike park will be here before we know it! Plans have been released and construction will begin soon! The new park will be located across the street at Sedona’s stunning Posse Grounds Park! (home of the 2016 Sedona Mountain Bike Festival!) The new park will be a great addition to our world class mountain bike trails and a great learning center for those new to Sedona mountain biking! At the park you’ll be able to safely learn the skills needed to confidently ride HiLine, Hogs, Slim Shady, Chuck Wagon and more! Stay tuned for updates on the Sedona bike park!

Hangover

Hangover

The “must-do” trail of Sedona for advanced riders. This might just be the ‘whole enchilada’ of Sedona. A true thriller featuring jaw-dropping views, puckering exposure, steep-technical-get-your-ass-behind-the-saddle drops, scaling steep slickrock climbs, all along massive bands of red rock…and finishing with a high speed grin inducing singletrack through cottonwood trees and Oak Creek. Cheers to the Red Rock Forest Service for recognizing mountain bikes and epic trails!

Technical Ability: EXTREME

Hogs

Hogs

New to the trail system for 2014, the Hogs Area is our newest “double black” playground. This area features amazing views, technical climbs, and descents. There is a bit of exposure so this trail is not for everyone.

Technical Ability: Advanced

Hiline

Hiline

The Hiline Trail is one of those “must do” rides for the advanced rider, and luckily its been adopted by the Forest Service – so its sure to stay for years to come. This trail really has it all: fast high speed sections, steep puckering chutes, steady climbs, views galore, banked red rock walls…its definitely one of our favorites. Some sections are rated double black diamond, so definitely be cautious your first time around on this one!

Technical Ability: Advanced

Slim Shady

Slim Shady

Slim Shady is one of those trails you will want to do over and over again. The downhill section is fast and very flowy, following a wash full of slick rock, berms, and armored roll ins.

Technical Ability: Advanced

Ridge - Secret Slickrock

Ridge - Secret Slickrock

Just behind our store, dropping below the Airport Mesa towards Oak Creek, lies some older trails that are a bit more raw and lesser used, but still some of our favorites! Ridge Trail has one of the best downhills in town, on fall line with some great rock gardens. Link that up to Secret Slickrock for the amazing views of Cathedral Rock, dunk your head in the water at Red Rock Crossing, and carry on to link up a number of different trails!

Technical Ability: Advanced

Mescal

Mescal

This is an absolute must-do when visiting Sedona. Big red rock landscapes, stunning views, and 100% singletrack to boot. Mescal Trail is the highlight of the Dry Creek Area Trail System! Slick rock sections, exposure, flow, and a few technical spots await riders on the Mescal Trail

Technical Ability: Intermediate

Chuck Wagon

Chuck Wagon

A shop favorite!! Chuck Wagon was adopted for mountain biking in the spring of 2012, and laid out in the standard of modern mountain bike trail building = flowy! This trail winds its way up and down through a variety of different landscapes, a true display of Sedona’s diversity.

Technical Ability: Intermediate

Soldiers Wash Trails

Soldiers Wash Trails

Beautiful, mostly intermediate singletrack in the heart of West Sedona! The Soldiers Wash trail system is only 1/2 mile from Over The Edge! An excellent choice for a quick lunch ride! Adobe Jack, Coyote, Grand Central, Javalina, Jordan, Power Line Plunge, and the lower section of Soldiers Pass Trail are all here for your riding pleasure! Be sure to check out the giant sinkhole at the top of Adobe Jack, and the summit of Grand Cental for 360 degree views!

Technical Ability: Intermediate

Bell Rock Pathway

Bell Rock Pathway

Sedona's Bell Rock Pathway hiking / biking trail is a must do for first timers and families! This "groomed" mountain bike trail winds through Sedona's lush desert, over dirt and slickrock! A perfect place to work on your skills and endurance. Sedona's easiest trail!

Technical Ability: Beginner