A lazy Sunday we took a drive to Sedona just to explore Red Rock State Park and the Red Rock Loop. The Red Rock Loop is exactly what is sounds like. Just over twelve miles long, it is a paved loop just off of 89A in Sedona. The winding loop has beautiful views of Sedona’s […]
Pumpkins, apple cider, hot chocolate. Autumn is almost here. Even though we may still have triple digit temperatures you can feel a change in the air. By this time of year I am ready to grab a sweater or a flannel shirt, exchange my flip flops for fluffy socks and boots to welcome cooler temperatures. […]
In Sedona there are so many extraordinary views it is really hard to choose favorites. I have a special affinity for Cathedral Rock though. It is my favorite red rock formation in Sedona. You can be in awe of Cathedral Rock from several different vantage points. None of them are from a park like Crescent […]
Off-roading in Arizona is a popular activity. Sedona has so many cool trails available for off-roading. While you can choose to take a guided jeep tour, with a proper vehicle ( SUV, Hummer or Jeep) Sedona’s dirt roads can be a fun inexpensive off the beaten path adventure. The dirt roads are extremely rutted and […]
Out of Africa Wildlife park is just north of Phoenix in Camp Verde, about 30 miles from Sedona. The park is nestled right up against the Mingus Mountains. This park is all about the big cats. If you love lions, tigers, jaguars, and/or bobcats you’ll enjoy a trip to this park. Most of the animals […]
Devil’s Bridge is a fantastic hike. It starts out fairly level and then gives your legs a workout on the rocky stairs. One of my favorite hikes in the Sedona area.