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From: Salt Lake City, UT
May 22, 2008
|Special note: be on alert for bee hives in this area during the warm months, especially spring. Please see my beta pic posted here that says "Bee alert!" for a description of an active hive right next to a wall (as of spring 08). This hive was so astonishingly quiet we couldn't even hear it from 30 feet away; please avoid this particular wall and keep your eyes peeled everywhere else as you enjoy your day.|
May 22, 2008
Nice photo. When the water is too high - This area can also be approached via a trail from above.
To get there: Travel south on 179 (after the "Y" at 89a) take first left after bridge onto Schnebly Hill Rd. and follow till pavement ends at Huckaby trailhead. About 15 min hike on this trail will take you to a view of UPtown Sedona, take a left fork at far north end of cliff where small trail descends down a gully and to the base.
Most of these routes were put up by Davis Pastor with 1/2" x 4" Rawl bolts with Fixe bolt hangers & ring anchors.
Thanks & best wishes David whever you are in Colorado ~ Kirra
By Jason Henrie
Nov 21, 2010
NEW ACCESS! Therapy on the Rocks has No Trespassing signs on the trail now. Please respect No Trespassing Signs!
To access the Anvil Boulders, you can still park in the pull out described above but now you must walk a couple hundred yards south, toward Sedona, along the guard rail to pick up another trail that can be followed down to the creek past some steep scrambling. Please do not enter any private property and keep a low profile so we can continue using this new access.