Sedona Shuttle Trailhead Service Kicks Off March 24


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Starting March 24, 2022, Sedona residents and visitors will have an easier way to get to some of the area’s most popular trailheads. The new Sedona Shuttle will offer free park-and-ride shuttle service to Cathedral Rock, Dry Creek, Little Horse and Soldier Pass trailheads.


The trailhead shuttles will pick-up from two park-and-ride lots. Both parking and the shuttle ride are free. A Red Rock Parking Pass is not required at the trailhead. In addition:

  • Trailhead shuttles serving Cathedral Rock and Little Horse trailheads will pick up from the North SR 179 park-and-ride lot located at 1294 SR 179.

  • Service to Soldier Pass and Dry Creek trailheads will operate from the Posse Grounds park-and-ride lot at 20 Carruth Dr. in West Sedona. Later this summer, service to Mescal trailhead will be added from this lot.


All trailhead shuttles will run Thursday through Sunday, from 8a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Shuttles will run frequently throughout the day (every 15 to 45 minutes). During peak visitation periods, including March 31-April 17, 2022, the shuttles will run seven days a week.


During periods when the shuttles are running, the parking lots at the Cathedral Rock and Soldier Pass trailheads will be closed. All visitors are asked to use the shuttle to access these trailheads.

Sedona Shuttle buses will accommodate up to 20 passengers and are wheelchair accessible. Each shuttle has a bike rack for up to three bicycles. All shuttle stops will have restroom and trash facilities. Please note that, based on current TSA guidance, face masks may be required. The driver will let riders know if masks are required and will provide a mask if needed.

Complete information including maps and schedules is available at www.SedonaShuttle.com. Real-time departure information will be available by downloading the TransLoc App from Google Play or the App Store.

The Sedona Shuttle is a public transit service provided by the city of Sedona, with the support of the Red Rock Ranger District and the Sedona Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Bureau.


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