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    • Spring Cookout MAY 10, 2018

      The Sedona Westerners Spring Cookout will be held at Posse Grounds in West Sedona on Thursday May 10, 2018, at 12:00. Members are free and non-members are $10. Please reserve before May 3rd. You can reserve your spot now by clicking here

  • Coconino National Forest will issue Free electronic maps available for download

    The Coconino National Forest will be issuing a revised, free Motor Vehicle Use Map on April 15 that shows all of the roads, trails and areas open to motor vehicle use on the Forest. The Motor Vehicle Use Map is re-issued each year, is free to the public, and can be downloaded for use on smartphones, tablets and Garmin GPS devices. Copies of the Motor Vehicle Use Map are available at all Coconino National Forest offices, nearby national forest offices, and related businesses. In addition to hard copy maps, forest visitors can now get a free electronic Coconino National Forest Travel Map, which includes shaded relief topography, game management units, hiking trails, and all designated motorized routes and areas. When used with the Avenza Maps App, this map is GPS-active meaning you can see where you are on the map as you drive or hike on the national forest. Once the map is downloaded, it works without cell coverage. Instructions for how to get the free map and app on your mobile device can be found at (case sensitive). To read the entire News Letter click here.

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  • Red Rock News - April 20, 2018Red Rocks, Clear Blue Skies, Lush Greens, and Four Wheelers!

    What a beautiful day for outdoor adventure seekers!  The Amblers hiking group of the Sedona Westerners met at the usual spot at Posse Grounds at 9 a.m. for group instructions and hike information on Thursday, as usual.  It was a brisk December morning with promises of a warm afternoon.  Our destination was the Munds Wagon and Cow Pies trails.  The scenic Munds Wagon trail connects the Schnebly Hill trail to the Marg’s Draw and Huckaby trails.  This historic trail also retraces one of the first and most popular cattle trails from Sedona to Flagstaff.  The route runs close to the Mitten Ridge and the Merry-Go-Round red rock formations. 

    Jim Munds and his employees built the cattle trail, with man-made pools, to ...

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