At four miles, this trail is short, but considered one of the best trails in Arizona and can take about 2 hours to travel (more if it’s busy). An insanely fun drive located just south of Sedona and east of Highway 179 will give you some of the finest views of red rock the state has to offer. Broken Arrow is rated as a moderate trail and is very popular. Because of this the trail’s traffic can be heavy. Trail blazers are prohibited from widening the somewhat narrow trail by pulling over anywhere other than the provided pull-outs. On this Northern Arizona off-road trail it is of the utmost importance to follow the arrows before the trails turn into one-way sections.
Vehicles with high clearance are required for this drive a there are sever rock ledges. Less than on mile into the trail there is what’s called the “go-no-go” rock- if you can’t make it, backup and head of the trail because your vehicle won’t be able to make the rest of the trail. Additionally, this trail offers many articles, some of which are optional. If you choose one trail from this list, make sure it’s this one.