by: Editor on 1/9/2016
You can go with a reputable tour company or create your own—there’s plenty to see and do in Sedona! Make sure you check out Cathedral Rock, a beautiful climb and/or great view. It’s ranked as the number one sightseeing destination on Trip Advisor and is a great place to start out your tour of Arizona’s stunning natural beauty. The Red Rock Scenic Byway is another option, letting you take in the beauty from the comfort of your car.
Chapel of the Holy Cross is a gorgeous chapel tucked into the Red Rock Mountains. It’s a testament to how the beauty of manmade destinations and Mother Earth can sometimes work harmoniously. Bell Rock is another favorite hot spot, offering distinct landmark features (and it’s great for photo opportunities!).
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Oak Creek Canyon offers stunning views and is a top choice for picnics year-round. Broken Arrow Trail is an off-roading vehicle hot spot, so if you plan to rent an ATV or four-wheeler, make sure to choose a company that offers trail rides at this spot. The West Fork Oak Creek Trail is another top choice, but with hiking and biking trails too.
Sedona star gazing is a must, whether you DIY or choose a tour company to guide your way. From Airport Mesa to Doe Mountain Trail, Sedona is an outdoor lover’s dream come true.
by: Editor on 2/16/2015
We go on and on about the beautiful red rocks here in Sedona and all of the amazing views but what else is there to talk about when you are in such a majestic place as this?! There are a number of ways to enjoy the beautiful weather while taking in the scenery. Hiking, and biking are two of the most popular. There are always jeep tours of the red rocks but have you tried a horseback riding tour of Sedona?
Forget the bumpy car rides or the sore feet from climbing and hiking through rugged trails, horseback tours of Sedona are the way to go. Horseback tours give you a unique and investing perspective of the amazing rock formations. You get to explore places a jeep couldn’t take you and where your legs just are strong enough to manage. There are a number of companies that offer horseback riding tours of Sedona. With a number of different tour options and pricing to fit all budgets, it is a great opportunity that you don’t get everyday. You can squeeze a quick one hour ride into your day or plan on an entire evening including a real cowboy cookout. If you are a cowboy yourself or even if you haven’t been on a horse, there are rides, trails and horses for all skill levels.
We are happy to give you a list of places that can accommodate your group for such an amazing adventure. Just stop by our front desk and our friendly office staff will be happy to assist you or when you call to make your reservations with us, your chosen Sedona hotel, we will be happy to give you the names of vendors over the phone. We look forward to seeing you and helping you see more of what our area has to offer.
by: Editor on 1/14/2015
Here in Sedona, there is so many beautiful and majestic sights to see. It can be difficult to see everything there is to see while visiting. Pink Jeep Tours takes the hassle out of sight seeing. It is a fantastic way to see all there is to see and have a great time doing it.
Pink Jeep Tours is an off road, adventurous, scenic tour of the amazing surroundings of Sedona. Not only will you get a full on educational ride but it is thrilling and exciting. With a number of tours to choose from, there are several options that are sure to fit any budget.
The Scenic Rim Tour takes you North to the Grand Canyon for an experience you will never forget. Take a leap back in time as you explore Indian ruins on the Ancient Ruins Tour or try out the most popular tour, the Broken Arrow Tour, that gives you a look at the red rock country here in Sedona. For a list of tours and pricing check out the Pink Jeep Tours website or stop by our front desk and allow our friendly staff help you decide which excursion is for you. Even the manliest of men will enjoy riding around in a pink jeep as you throw it in four wheel drive and climb through Sedona’s backyard to catch up close views of some of our famous red rock formations.
by: Editor on 12/4/2014
Hiking is Sedona’s number one activity for locals and visitors alike. With ample opportunity to connect with nature and many trails for all skill levels most would consider Sedona the mecca of hiking. For those of you who are looking for an easy hike/stroll in a peaceful area, we have one more spot for you, Crescent Moon Ranch.
Crescent Moon Ranch is not only beautiful but very peaceful as well. While this is a hot spot to visit during the summer months it can be just as great in the winter months also. The water may be a bit chilly for a swim but you can still stroll along the banks of the river and enjoy the breath taking views of Cathedral Rock.
Pack a picnic lunch, bring a blanket and a book or even a frisbee and enjoy relaxing in the sun while taking in the amazing views around you. Bring your furry friend, Fido, or the kids along. They are bound to run out some energy! And you certainly don’t want to forget your camera. With a majestic background, you might even capture your Christmas card picture while visiting.
There is a $10 entry fee per vehicle to help with the upkeep and maintenance of the grounds and the public facilities.
by: Editor on 10/6/2014
The beautiful red rocks of Sedona is a must see for visitors from all over the country. Here, in Sedona, there are a number of tours you can take of the area. Most tours visit the most popular tourist attractions as well as give you ample views of the beautiful red rocks that surround the area.
One of the most unique and popular tours in the area comes by one of the most fun looking modes of transportation, a bright pink Jeep. The Pink Jeep Tours is not only fun and exciting but attracts even the most manly of all visitors to the area, giving them a rugged off road experience. In addition to panoramic views and off roading, learn so much more about Native American history in the area, nature and local geology.
For a spectacular ‘over-view’ of the area, check out one of several helicopter tours. Recently, these tours have become increasingly more popular. Offering red rock views like you have never seen before and a tour of the surrounding areas such as Oak Creek Canyon, this is the way to do a tour! With several tour options to choose from you can choose the tour that is just right for you.
by: Editor on 4/17/2014
Chapel of the Holy Cross is one of Sedona’s top tourists spots to visit. This Roman Catholic chapel was built right into the beautiful red rock of Sedona. Appearing to rise right out of the buttes, the towering cross gives an amazing view of the surrounding area. Built in 1956 by Marguerite Brunswig Staube, the chapel is intimate yet has a majestic view through the floor to ceiling windows.
Many come here for pictures, others for the view while some come to meditate and enjoy the atmosphere and view in the serene stillness of one of the benches. You will find that there are quite a few who visit this amazing place over and over again.
While there is not much to the chapel itself, it is an amazing place to visit and take in the surroundings. You will frequently see rock climbers all around climbing the beautiful red bluffs. Stop in the gift shop in the basement. They have some fantastic art by locals as well as rosaries to commemorate your visit.
It is a small walk from the parking lot to the chapel so bring your walking shoes. No need for hiking boots, there is a paved ramp and you can take your time. Note that there are no bathrooms on site but on the drive up to the chapel, there are a few ‘rest areas’ that you may stop off and use.