E-Bike Tour Details
Red Rock Loop – West Sedona
Explore Uptown Sedona’s spectacular views from Capital Butte to Cathedral Rock, Courthouse Butte and Bell Rock. A stop at Oak Creek allows riders a chance to take pictures at one of the most photographed spots in Sedona – Red Rock Crossing. In summer, cool off at Buddha Beach swimming hole. Total tour covers 22 miles in 3 hours, with 2.5 hours of riding time and several stops along the way.
Village of Oak Creek – East Sedona
Discover the main sites on the East side of Sedona on this tour. Start in Uptown Sedona and take in Cathedral Rock overlook, Bell Rock, and the Chapel of the Holy Cross – one of the seven man-made wonders of Arizona. Nestled at the base of a 1500-ft cliff, this is a must see in Sedona. Total tour covers 20 miles in 2 hours, with 1.5 hours of riding with several stops along the way.
Self Guided Tour Details
All of these routes are available on Trailforks and can be downloaded to GPX to give you turn by turn directions for your ride!
Broken Arrow Route
eTrekAdventures Broken Arrow Route for e-bikes in Sedona offers plenty of opportunities to apply your gravel-riding skills on sandstone steps, drops and even a natural Merry-Go-Round. At the start, this 8-mile ride follows a popular Jeep trail that quickly becomes a Red Rock wonderland with names like Chicken Point, Submarine Rock and the notorious White Line.
All in all, this route is extremely fun to ride and the red rock scenery is knock-out beautiful. For this reason, it is an extremely popular route, and one that we really like. The views of Sedona in the distance and the Mongolian Rim surrounding you are simply stunning. By all means, use caution around blind curves as this route is narrow and is shared with Jeeps, 4x4s and ATV’s.
Soldier’s Pass Route
This 10-mile ride starts off at a leisure pace through Soldiers Pass neighborhood with close up views of Coffee Pot Rock and Thunder Mountain. Upon arriving at the parking lot there is an option of locking your eBike and hiking to Devils Kitchen, the Seven Sacred Pools and continuing on Soldiers Pass trail to the saddle and back. (Approx. 2 miles one way.) For the advanced rider, you can opt to continue past the parking lot around the gate and follow the jeep road which will also take you past Devil’s Kitchen, an ancient collapsed cave that has left a deep sinkhole, nestled at the base of the Sphinx. The Sphinx is a large rock formation posing a beautiful backdrop for many a photo op. Continuing along you’ll arrive at the Seven Sacred Pools. There’s a large pool at the top that spills into six smaller pools. The ride culminates at the end of saddle with spectacular views of the Secret Canyon Wilderness. Please remember e-Bikes are not permitted on the hiking trails or where posted.
Schnebly Hill Rd Route
This beautiful 11-mile scenic self-guided tour is one of our favorites that includes several hikes along the way if you so choose. The head of the route leads you up in elevation from the starting point of the ride. For intermediate riders, get ready to get the blood flowing and the pedals pumping – recommended pedal assist level setting of 2-3.