Going on a hike that rewards you with breathtaking views is one of our favorite outdoor activities. We don't necessarily want to spend all day hiking but we still want all the scenery. These easy Arizona hikes are perfect if you want a quick walk and an amazing view. 

You won't need to sweat it out to check out these beautiful trails. Most of them range between one and four miles without too much elevation. You'll still want to pack proper shoes, rocks can be tricky to navigate even if it's just for a short distance! 

Baldwin Trail

Difficulty: Easy 

Length: 2.5 miles roundtrip

Address: Sedona, AZ

Why You Need To Go: This trail gives you views of the red rocks (especially Cathedral Rock) without feeling like a huge backpacking trip! 

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Treasure Loop Trail

Difficulty: Easy to moderate 

Length: 2.4 miles roundtrip

Address: Lost Dutchman State Park, AZ

Why You Need To Go: You'll see lots of wildflowers on this trail at the base of the flatirons. 

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Wildcat Trail 

Difficulty: Easy

Length: 3.2 miles roundtrip

Address: Monument Valley, AZ

Why You Need To Go: Take in the awe-inspiring rock formations along the way. 

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Sabino Lake Trail

Difficulty: Easy 

Length: 3.6 miles roundtrip

Address: Coronado National Forest, Tucson, AZ

Why You Need To Go: This trail has a huge waterfall after rainfall! 

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Boynton Vista Trail 

Difficulty: Easy

Length: 1-mile roundtrip

Address: Sedona, AZ

Why You Need To Go: This quick hike is the easiest way to experience one of Sedona's famous vortexes

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Sugarloaf Loop

Difficulty: Easy-Moderate

Length: 1.6 miles roundtrip

Address: Sedona, AZ

Why You Need To Go: This easy summit gives you panoramic views of Sedona from the top. 

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Fay Canyon Trail

Difficulty: Easy 

Length: 2.2 miles roundtrip

Address: Sedona, AZ

Why You Need To Go: This stunning path leads you through the red rocks, there's a super cool natural arch overhead at one point. 

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