The Red Agave Resort

120 Canyon Circle Drive, (formerly Quail Ridge Resort), Sedona, Arizona, 86351, United States
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  • Solo81
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Forum Posts

Tour biking/road bikes

by LisaThornton

Do you rent road/hybrid bikes? If so, where are you located from 55 sunridge circle - Sedona

How much is a daily rate? How much is a weekly rate? Do you rent bike racks?

Thankyou, Lisa

Re: Tour biking/road bikes

by Beausoleil

Hi Lisa. Welcome to Virtual Tourist (VT).

This is a general travel forum where members ask and answer questions. You will undoubtedly get some answers from our Sedona experts soon but until you do, type Sedona into the VT Search Window above. This will take you to the Sedona Travel Pages. There will be Tips on many things. You probably want to look at Transportation Tips and Things To Do Tips for your bike information.

I would also Google the Sedona Tourist Office because they should have links for you to businesses in the Sedona area.

Good luck and enjoy your trip to a gorgeous area.

Travel Tips for Sedona

The Alligator Bark Juniper

by VeronicaG

As we walked to the Honanki ruins outside of Sedona, our guide pointed out this alligator bark juniper.

We were told it was approximately 800-1200 years old. It was located near a dry creek bed, where at one time a stream must have run.

I've never seen anything like this tree before, so I thought it would be an interesting thing to include.

Before you do anything

by Jplummer

Before you try and see Sedona itself, stop by the Visitors Center. There you can get all the information you want on different tours, restaurants, sites, activities and more. You will find helpful people there that will help make the best out of your day. They will offer you maps and highlight were you really should visit. You don't want to leave and not have seen all the beautiful sites. There are signs everywhere pointing to as where the Visitor Centers are (there are two of them).

Visitors Centers at 331 Forest Road in Uptown Sedona or at the Tequa Plaza in the Village of Oak Creek. Visitor Center hours are:
Monday - Saturday, 8.30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Sunday & Holidays 9:00 a.m. - 3 p.m. (closed Christmas, Thanksgiving and New Year's)
For more information call 800-288-7336 or 928-282-7722 or email info@sedonachamber.com I will definitely miss the sunsets. It is the most beautiful sunset I have ever seen. I miss sitting on the rocks and just gazing at the beauty. I miss the trails, and rocks you can climb to get a better view. The natural beauty. That's the most I miss. The natural beauty. I wish I could stay there forever. You will instantly fall in love with Sedona. Many, many beautiful things to encounter while you stay in Sedona.

Drive up Oak Creek Canyon....

by DesertSun00

Drive up Oak Creek Canyon. Stop along the roadside and enjoy the creek, or look for the secret waterfall.
Make reservations at the best Italian place in town, look for the Roman Fire Torches at night.

get up into the rocks and walk...

by buzzz

get up into the rocks and walk on a hike trail. The trails arn't to strenuous and the scenery is breathtaking. We met a couple who where just about to ride their mules on one of the trails. This cheeky mule that is smiling for the camera is Bubba and his pal is called Floyd.

Nice quiet beautiful area

by mikehanneman

I wanted to include another picture of myself and the colorful rocks in Sedona.

I would like to go back and spend a couple of days and do some hiking.

Really I would like to live there!

Mike

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 The Red Agave Resort

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Address: 120 Canyon Circle Drive, (formerly Quail Ridge Resort), Sedona, Arizona, 86351, United States