A-Man and I had unfinished business with the Teacup Trail. Having recovered from his Red Rock Body Slam the previous day we went back to Coffee Pot Rock and pushed our exploration of Tea Cup Trail further than ever before!
Teacup Trail was even more fun now that we knew its twists and turns.
At the end of Teacup Trail we rolled north up to the seven sacred pools and Soldier’s Pass.
Uncharacteristically we didn’t get lost.
The trails were all top notch Sedona singletrack. Lots of flow with and ear to ear grins.
The sacred pools had some water from the snow earlier in the week.
Eventually we reached the end of the bike legal section of the Soldier’s Pass Trail.
Being good MTBers we didn’t ride any further.
Rolling back southwards we were aiming for the giant sink hole.
The sink hole was pretty hard to miss. You definitely don’t want to ride over the edge here.
From the sink hole we headed east on Jordan Trail.
We turned south onto one of the secret trail network. We’d tell you which one and how to find it, but we’d have to kill you…=-)
To be honest we don’t know which trail we were on. We just followed the blue markers and had an awesome time.
Our mystery trail dumped us off on Highway 89A and we took the paved trail back to the truck at Coffee Pot Rock. Another great ride in Sedona. You gotta love it!