Sedona AZ (January 31, 2013) – This is the perfect time of year to join an experienced guide who leads a hike focusing on the geology of the area at Red Rock State Park on February 10 at 2pm. You will learn why the rocks are red, where they came from, where they are going, and more.
The hike includes the Eagle’s Nest Trail for great views while also learning about the geology. It’s more than a guided hike. It’s an interpretive experience for beginners as well as advanced geologists. The hike lasts two to two and a half hours and has a 250 feet elevation climb. A knowledgeable guide will explain the rock formations that create the scenic backdrop of Red Rock State Park. Bring water and wear suitable shoes.