This impressive canyon is located in northern Arizona. In addition, it is often compared to the Grand Canyon, because of its great scenic beauty. We recommend to take the State Route 89A, which runs through the canyon at its northern end through a series of curves up to the city of Sedona.
This is a national park located in Oak Creek Canyon in which besides the typical red monoliths, we can find a natural waterfall , lush forests, a traditional farm and three hiking trails.
This amazing museum is located on the grounds of the first inhabitants of Sedona and therefore it shows the life of the early settlers of the city. You can visit their homes, rooms, gardens and stables.
Palatki Ruins form a spectacular archaeological site belonging to the Sinagua tribe that inhabited the area thousands of years ago and it is built directly on the huge red rock cliffs. Today it is a World Heritage Site and it can be visited through two different routes.
The Chapel of the Holy Cross is an original Roman Catholic chapel built by Marguerite Brunswig Staude, student of Frank Lloyd Wright and the work was completed in 1956. Today, it has become one of the main attractions of the Sedona area.
6. Bell Rock
It’s a rock just south of the city, at an altitude of 4816 feet and its name comes from its shape, since it looks like a bell. It is a popular destination for rock climbers, as well as being able to admire a breathtaking view from the top, it is said to be one of the four energy vortexes of Sedona, a place where the spiritual, psychic and terrestial forces unit.
If you enjoy hiking, this state park could be a paradise for you, because it has an extensive network of trails, a visitor center with interpretive exhibits and impressive redsandstone rock canyons.
Located in the Green River Valley, this castle is a U.S. national monument. This is an adobe brick structure dating from 1100 AD, 5 stories high and 20 apartments, which are accessed by stairs through openings in the roof, built on a cliff about 24 m above the valley.
This town formed by the Sinagua Indians was occupied during the 12th to 14th centuries The buildings were constructed including three floors and it comprises 70 rooms. It is the ideal place to discover the Arizona’s ancestors cultures.
It is a historic train located southwest of Sedona. Opened in 1912 as the Verde Valley Railroad to support the copper mines of Jerome, today has turned into a tourist train that offers excursions through forests, rivers, bridges…