- 8 miles
- Aerobic Difficulty:
- Time To Allow:
- 2 - 3 hours
- All Year
Llama Trail Loop is one of the less traveled loops that spur off the Bell Rock Pathway in Sedona. Offering excellent views of the surrounding monuments, riders will get postcard perfect vistas of Cathedral Rock, Thumb Butte, Twin Buttes and the Rabbit Ears.
Llama Trail is more technical than some of the other loops in the area, starting off relatively mellow but getting more difficult shortly there after. Llama Trail Loop is becoming a favorite of many riders in the area because of its fast downhill sections, fun technical rocky sections and short uphills.
Accessed off Bell Rock Pathway. Other loops may be added to increase mileage
Time To Allow:
Multiple loops can be combined to create longer and shorter rides.
The Llama Trail Loop is a multi-use trail system and riders should be aware of right of way protocol when approaching hikers and other bikers. The Llama Trail is unsigned, though is relatively easy to find. Please be aware that there are areas of wilderness area off the Bell Rock Parkway that can mistakenly be accessed by mountain bikers who are not sure where they are going. Standard fines for riding in the wilderness area is $300 a person. When riding in the Sedona area it is a good idea to bring a well-stocked repair kit and plenty of water.