Sedona fancies itself to Arizona what Moab and Fruita are to Utah and Colorado, respectively. Situated at an elevation of 4326 feet, Sedona lies part way between the high Colorado Plateau and the Sonoran desert. Renowned for its natural beauty, the town is nestled amidst stunning rock formations and the Coconino National Forest. There is an extensive network of singletrack trails that weave around and through the town, which can be easily accessed from many points. The trails tend to be of modest length, have a loose and rocky tread, and modest elevation change. Most are well suited to bikers of all ability levels.