Sedona is a town famous for its Red Rock formations, vortexes, outdoor adventures, and spiritual renewal. It is a town that has something for everyone, whether your vacation goal is to relax in the spa and discover new wellness opportunities or get your boots dirty with red rock dust. Likewise, day trips from Sedona are endless, from a hiking trip into the Grand Canyon, to a stroll through the mining (and a little haunted) town of Jerome, to getting a few kicks on Route 66 in Williams. Sedona is a place that you’ll want to visit year after year.
Spend some time in the red rocks to see what makes Sedona famous, with 1.8 million acres of national forest land, you’re sure to find a good spot. Take a tour or talk with our local experts to learn what makes the rocks red (spoiler, it has a little to do with a little rust), which mountain to climb and watch the sunset, what a vortex truly is, and you will soon understand what brings visitors back to Sedona year after year.
For those looking for a little excitement, Sedona has it all. Getting out to see the red rocks or meandering along Oak Creek there are several means to choose from; hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing, atv driving, hot air balloons, helicopter tours, and more!
With an abundance of natural beauty, Sedona is understandably a mecca for artists. Make a day of visiting the many galleries in town. While many find the red rocks and creek their inspiration, you’ll see that everyone experiences the beauty a little differently. If you are looking to tap into your own creativity, the Sedona Art Center
offers classes that can help harness your abilities and new-found inspiration.
Each year there are several festivals and celebrations that make Sedona an exciting destination. Just a few include the Sedona Yoga Festival, Sedona Marathon, Mountain Bike Festival, Sedona International Film Festival, Hummingbird Festival, Festival of Lights, and so many more. Throughout the year, there is always something happening that will heighten your visit to new levels.
Before, during, and after adventures in Sedona, a good meal is a must and there are many restaurants to choose from. From fine-dining, to casual, to flavors of Sonoran Mexico, Sedona has it all. For an experience to remember (and enhance your Instagram feed) dine along the creek at Cress on Oak Creek
with a fine dining menu that is created seasonally with local influences. Etch Kitchen & Bar
is a casual experience among firepits with creek views, that offers items that can be shared over craft cocktails, wine, or draft beer. While you’re in Uptown Sedona, looking through galleries and unique shops, stop at 89Agave Cantina
for Mexican food with street-side views. With over 60 tequilas, house-made infusions, and creative combinations, you’re sure to find a margarita to pair with your meal and please your palate.
Sedona is known for so many reasons, come see why!
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