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  • 1. Town of Sedona

    The picturesque town of SEDONA lies at the mouth of beautiful Oak Creek Canyon, a breathtaking chasm. Sedona is surrounded by red-rock monoliths named Coffeepot, Cathedral, Bell and even Snoopy,...

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  • 2. Scenery & Views

    Javelinas (Spanish name) are the only wild, native, pig-like mamal found in the United States. They are the Collared Peccary and a member of the Tayassuidae family. True pigs are members of the Suidae...

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  • 3. Photography

    What was neat about this trip was my oldest wanted to take some of his own photographs and he did a wonderful job of it. I have many different cameras, so I gave him one to use. About the only thing I...

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  • 4. History of Sedona

    The town of SEDONA was named for the wife of T. Carl Schnebly, who came to this area when there were only five other families. One of these families was headed by his brother, who later became a local...

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  • 5. Oak Creek Canyon

    Although, the vista is open year-round. The Arizona National History Association's booth is seasonal, yet currently open 7 days a week when open. It has lots of wonderful information inside and has a...

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  • 6. Vortexes & Spirituality

    Sedona is a town full of spiritual energy. At some locations, spiraling energy flows from somewhere to somewhere... It seems that it's quite an experience. On the internet you can find photos of...

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  • 7. Hiking/Biking

    The hiking is amazing here. I prefer early morning sunrise hikes or sunset hikes late afternoon. This last trip I arrived with overcast skies, cold and the threat of rain/snow mix. Sure enough that...

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  • 8. Visitor Center

    You will soon realize that every view deck you will see in Sedona, it says that if you don't have passes you are not allowed to park there. Accessing the Red Rock country, you needed to get Pass. It...

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  • 9. Indian Ruins

    Story goes the General Black Jack passed through here in pursuit of Poncho Villa. Bandits often used the ruins since it offered protect from the elements and found this a good hiding place. They...

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  • 10. Airport Mesa

    Go up on Airport Mesa and watch the sunsets... most are spectacular. And be sure to look to the east as well, for the setting sun really brings out the red in the rocks. Sunsets in AZ are as pretty or...

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  • 11. Driving

    Last summer on my way to the Grand Canyon I decided to see what all the talk was about Sedona and their red rocks. I pulled off of Interstate 17 onto highway 179. Boy was I in for a visual...

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  • 12. Reading

    If you want to get a feel for what the area around Sedona was like in the early days -- only 100 years ago -- there is no substitute for Zane Grey's Call of the Canyon. Writing in the first half of...

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  • 16. Desert Flowers

    Hiking the trails in Red Rock country is beautiful. But in spring, all the desert flowers and cactus are blooming and makes for incredible scenery. There are...

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  • 17. Horseback Riding

    Hello cwick102,I known two ranches in Sedona which offer horseback riding in Sedona. One is the Horse Mesa Ranch and the other is the M Diamond Ranch. You can...

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  • 18. SEDONA'S RED-ROCK FORMATIONS

    Sedona is surrounded by beloved RED-ROCK FORMATIONS named for the distinctive objects their shapes resemble.COFFEEPOT:located out on Soldier Pass...

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  • 19. JOSHUA TREES

    I have always been fascinated with the JOSHUA TREE. The Joshua Tree, or Yucca Brevifolia, is tree-like in form and is native to southwestern USA in the states...

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  • 20. SAGUARO CACTUS

    A large, tree-like Cactus, the SAGUARO CACTUS is native to the Sonoran Desert in Arizona. The Saguaro blossom is the state flower of Arizona. Saguaros have a...

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  • 21. Restrooms UpTown & Hiking Trails Are Available

    There are not enough restrooms in Uptown Sedona or the hiking trails. There are plenty of restroom available. You just have to look for the signs. Generally I...

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  • 22. Wayside Chapel

    While exploring the uptown blvd we came upon the chapel. Service was in progress so we were able to take part in it. Just think it is nice to know where a place...

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  • 23. The Wildlife in Sedona

    Have you seen those prickly pear cacti in Sedona? If there are prickly cacti in the wilderness, that means that there are also those animals that feed on them....

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  • 24. The Average Annual Weather in Sedona

    Okay, this is maybe a bit too much. Giving you a yearly average of the weather in Sedona! However, if you are intending to camp in Sedona, this is a very...

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  • 25. Important Numbers to remember in Sedona

    This is just a general tip. You can dismiss it or have it on hand. But, if you are thinking of hiking those strenous hills, make sure to have this on hand.Also,...

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