If you have read any of my other pages on Arizona, you know that Sedona is one of my absolute favorite places in the country. Not only does the town have a cool vibe, some of the best hikes can be found in this red rock paradise.
Ready for an adventure in Sedona? The drive to Sedona’s cliff dwellings is an adventure in itself- Palataki & Honanki Heritage sites both showcase Arizona’s ancient civilizations.
On a lazy Sunday we took a drive to Sedona just to explore Red Rock Loop and Red Rock State Park. The Red Rock Loop is exactly what is sounds like. Just over twelve miles long, it is a paved loop off of 89A in Sedona. So, you’re curious about the Red Rock Loop? Well, […]
Oak Creek Canyon is a 12-mile long gorge between Sedona and Flagstaff. This gorgeous canyon is in the Coconino National Forest. The Canyon attracts thousands of visitors a year and is beautiful in any season. If you drive to Flagstaff from uptown Sedona it is about 28 miles through Oak Creek Canyon.
Nature is the main attraction in Sedona, Arizona. If that sounds like your kind of town, you’ll love Sedona. Sedona’s gorgeous setting is home to stunning hiking and mountain biking trails. If you’ve never been to Sedona this is your Start Here – An essential guide for Sedona’s first-time visitors.
Headed to Sedona, Arizona? If so there is a good chance you’ll want to check out some of the cute boutiques, art galleries and crystal shops while you’re there. Sedona has some fun and interesting shops for every level of spender.