Sedona Things to Do

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  • 1. Chapel of the Holy Cross

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The Church of the Rock is the Chapel of the Holy Cross in Sedona. Built on two pinnacled spur rocks approximately 250 feet high. It juts our of a thousand foot red rock wall representing the solid...

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  • 2. Red Rock State Park

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The entrance fee for Red Rock State park is about 10$. There are many walking trails throughout the park, but as websites warned us that the biggest attraction, Red Rock Crossing, draws a crowd, we...

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  • 3. Slide Rock State Park

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    In the Arizona heat, a rambling, rapid-moving stream is a magical place indeed. Give in to your inner child and wallow in the natural rock slides at this place. There is a small fee to enter the park...

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  • 4. Jeep Tours

    4 out of 5 stars

    VERY easy to locate here in Sedona. The jeep does provide you refills to your own bottle of water. Trust me on a hot day you will need it. Our tour guide, Jeff, was VERY informative and entertaining....

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  • 5. Vortexes & Spirituality

    I just came back from doing a SpiritQuest Retreat in Sedona. I can't overstate how much I loved this beautiful place and the people I met there. I've traveled widely and have never been anywhere that...

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  • 6. Indian Ruins

    This is another archaeological and historical site. There are many Sinaguans ruins here including those petrographs, rock arts, etc.' You needed a Red Rock Pass to get here. If you are driving, make...

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  • 7. Oak Creek Canyon

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    We decided to head home the way we came, back North on Hwy 89A. We had passed through at night and had no idea of the beautiful lush scenery we missed on the way here. It is very curvy road so use...

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  • 8. Tlaquepaque

    4 out of 5 stars

    Tlaquepaque is a Mexican style shopping village full of art galleries, crafts shops, hand made stuff and a few restaurants. It's quite nice to stroll along the galleries. The streets are spic and span...

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  • 9. Devil's Bridge

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    This was by far my favorite hike in the Sedona area. We went around 8 am and we had the entire trail to ourselves. It's located in a fairly secluded area and the scenery is beautiful. You'll see lots...

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  • 10. Scenery & Views

    The Airport vista is open to the public. It is free but there is a nice asking for a $1.00 donation. The donation is for improvements of the parking area and to help pay for an Ambassador that can...

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  • 11. Montezuma's Castle or Well

    This Montezuma Well is actually a part of the Montezuma Castle National Monument. There are trails here and a great place for hiking, history studies and even exploration of the prehistoric Sinaguan...

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  • 12. Hiking - Biking

    You can Courthouse Butte from just about any where along Hwy 179. Bell Rock Pathway is a good way. Over by the Chapel of the Holy Cross, on Chapel Road or Bell Rock Blvd. If you do decide to pull off...

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  • 13. Helicopter Tours

    I had never taken a helicopter ride before, but we visited with only a few hours to spare, and the helicopter ride was our only option to get a great view in. I would have loved to hike here. Just...

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  • 14. Town of Sedona

    I called the phone number and was told that was a sedona thing and that the Sedona Roadrunner free trolly doews not exist, why are you getting peoples hopes up with something that is not in existence...

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  • 15. Rock Formation

    From uptown you can see these beautiful formations while you walk along the uptown shops and restaurants or if you take advantage of the Trolley Tours. They will point out many of the lovely rock...

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  • 16. Jerome

    Once known as the "wickedest town in the west," Jerome still has one wicked nightlife. The drive up to Jerome is hairy and shouldn't be done under the influence, so plan on staying overnight. Get a...

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  • 17. Airport Mesa

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    I dragged my butt out of the hotel room at 6 am to get to the Sedona airport loop for an overlook point to take some sunrise photos. I got there and it was beautiful but nothing special. I was bummed...

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  • 18. Sedona Trolley

    This is "the best first thing to do in Sedona" There are daily scheduled tours that take you to all the best places in town, uptown, Tlaquepaque, The Gallery District, Chapel of the Holy Cross,...

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  • 19. Train Ride

    We arrived on time to the station in Clarkdale. Checked out the nice station house (gift shop and cafe). Then it was "ALL ABOARD". We had first class tickets and boarded a nicely restored Pullman car....

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  • 20. Statue - Sculpture

    These delightful sculptures were located all over town. Many different cities are doing these to raise money for local art programs to be reinvested back into local art programs. This event raised...

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  • 21. Horseback Riding

    There are several horse trail riding companies in the Sedona area, but to me- this is the best of the best. They know how to take care of novice to experienced riders, but mostly they know and love...

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  • 22. Cathedral Rock

    Red Rock Crossing/Crescent Moon Ranch is the place to take that quintessential sunset photo of Cathedral Rock. I took the path on the north side of the creek and found it to be very crowded and noisy...

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  • 23. Art Gallery

    Because of the natural beauty of Sedona, artists from all over the world have converged in this one area - an artist's haven! This prestigious art center is located on Highway 179, and is also know as...

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  • 24. Bell Rock

    The Bell Rock can be seen from a distance even when you are entering the city of Sedona. It is a very huge rock that's why. However, the best view of the bell rock would be to go to it's view deck....

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  • 25. Plane Ride

    A very content Matt after a unique sightseeing adventure. That was probably the most fun I've had flying. There's nothing like experiencing Sedona from the open air of an old WWII bi-plane. Kudos to...

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