Thursday, March 19, 2015

Sedona Mini Reunion Attendees - Bring your Old College Pictures to SHARE!

Left to Right: Sue Hall Kovacs-Bahl, Patti Hill, Diann Russell Jennings, ??
Susan Schultz, Pam Saunders Katz, Earleene Gillette Hicks, Susie Gruhner Tighe

Submitted by Susie Tighe

Sedona Mini Reunion - Best Western Plus Inn of Sedona Concierge Services

Submitted by Jeff Lenham

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Sedona Mini Reunion - Pink Jeep Tours - Confirmation DEADLINE 4/7/15

Please inform Jeff if you are going.  His email is  The confirmation DEADLINE is April 7, 2015

Submitted by: Jeff Lenham

Thursday, March 5, 2015

Sedona Mini-Reunion Schedule - by Ricky & Val Herbold

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Contributed by Ricky & Val Herbold

Sedona Mini-Reunion - Easy & Moderate Hiking Trails - Bobby Padden, Coordinator

Sedona Hiking Trails
Below are my picks for our hiking trails in Sedona
1)  Long Canyon Trail
Long Canyon runs parallel with Boynton Canyon, offers similar scenery, and like Boynton, also contains many cliff dwellings.  The biggest difference between the two is that the hiker won't run into nearly as many people hiking in Long Canyon.  This hike is 2.9 miles with an elevation gain of about 500 feet.  Allow 2-3 hours.
2)  Boynton Canyon Trail
Boynton is a box canyon, so getting lost here is not an issue as long as the hiker stays on the main trail.  It's also one of the most beautiful and popular trails in the area, with at least 50 cliff dwelling scattered among its ledges. 
The hike all the way to the end is approximately 2.5 miles with an elevation gain of about 200 feet.  Allow 2-4 hours.
3)  Marg's Draw Trail
This is perhaps the most underrated hike in all of Sedona.  It's especially good in the late afternoon when the west facing escarpment of the Mogollon Rim is light up by the long rays of the sun.  Allow 1-2 hours.
1)  Brins Mesa
This hike is approximately 1.5 miles in length with an elevation gain of 500 feet. Once on top, the hiker can continue another .7 miles to a scenic over look, making the total roundtrip distance approximately 4.4 miles.  Brins Mesa is still recovering from a large wildfire in 2006, but the views make this one of the finest trails in all Sedona.  Allow 1-2 hours.


Source:  The Insider's Guide to the Best Hikes in Sedona   

I will keep you posted as things develop further.
Robert Padden - Hiking Trails