The Ultimate Sedona Girls Trip

Enjoy the best of wellness, fitness, and food

Get your girlfriends together for the ultimate trip of rejuvenation and fun in Sedona. With wellness offerings galore, plenty to do outdoors, and terrific restaurants, Sedona is the perfect place to relax and reconnect. Below, how to make the most of a girls getaway to Sedona.

Break a sweat

Sedona is a terrific destination to get active in great outdoors. Let The Hike House, which also sells topnotch apparel and gear, help guide your group to a hike best suited to your goals and fitness levels. But no matter which trail you choose, you’ll be guaranteed some beautiful views of Red Rock Country.

Find peace of mind

Help your mind get centered by practicing mediation at the Sedona Meditation Center. It specializes in al types of therapies, from spirit release to soul-growth mentoring, to help custom tailor to your individual needs.

Say Spa-aaah

Known for signature services inspired by its unique surroundings, L’Apothecary Spa at L’Auberge de Sedona is a relaxing oasis to unwind with your gal pals. Try something different, like Forest Bathing or Sedona Dreams. The full-body treatment includes exfoliation, massage, and body wrap to help lull you into a deep state of relaxation.

Indulge in healthy fare, and yes, wine

Sedona proves that eating deliciously and nutritiously go hand in hand. Though ChocolaTree offers traditional cooked foods, it’s the live, raw offerings that locals flip for. (The house made chocolates make for the perfect sweet ending, too.) And the pizzas and pastas at Picazzo’s Healthy Italian Kitchen are so lip-smacking good, you won’t even notice that everything is also gluten free. Because wine is always a good idea, head to Vino Di Sedona for wide range of delicious wines by the glass.

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