There’s a reason they call Sedona, Arizona the most beautiful spot in the United States.
Regardless of how you approach the city, there is beauty all around you.
Whether you’re looking for an outdoor adventure or a little culture, you’ll find it here:
Biking In Sedona
If you’re driving to the area make sure you bring your bike. Sedona has numerous bike trails, and they’re growing each year. The newest trails are along the Red Rock Scenic Byway.
If you do forget your bike, not to worry, there are plenty of places to rent one.
When you’re ready to put the miles in, make sure you plan your trip in October to enjoy the Sedona Century Bike Tour. It is forty miles of scenic beauty through rivers, desert views, and red rocks.
If sitting on a bike all day isn’t your thing, perhaps seeing the countryside on horseback might be more to your liking.
Get ready to play cowboy or cowgirl as you wind your way through Red Rock Country crossing creeks and dining under the stars.
Hot Air Ballooning over Sedona
For a wider view, consider a hot air balloon ride over the canyons and ancient ruins.
An aerial view let’s you truly appreciate the scope and size of the area. There’s nothing more beautiful than watching the sun rise over the canyons from 1,000 feet in the air.
Golf or Tennis?
Once back on firm ground, consider an afternoon of golf or tennis. There are several championship courses open to the general public.
The Sedona Golf Resort, surrounded by red rock formations, is just one of the stunning courses available. If you would rather not spend all day on the course, there are also executive courses for a quick nine holes.
Sedona is a perfect location for the tennis lover.
Visitors can play year round at many of the local resorts.
The weather is always just right for tennis, and professional instruction and competition is available for those who need a little brushing up on the game or are ready to take on a challenge.
If you’re eager to spend a little time indoors, Sedona has you covered.
The city is home to film festivals, theatres, music, and over eighty art galleries.
You’ll find festivals throughout the year, so do make sure you check out what’s happening during your stay.
You’ll also find local wineries to explore and indulge your taste buds after a day in the canyons. Restaurants run the gambit with a little something for everyone whether you are looking for fine dining or an al fresco experience.
The Red Rock Canyon isn’t the only thing to feast your eyes on in Sedona.
Due to its elevation and climate, Sedona is a bird lover’s paradise.
In the month of May, more than a hundred and thirty different species of birds are normally seen during one bird watching outing in the Verde Valley.
During the last week of April, the yearly Verde Valley Birding and Nature Festival is held in nearby Cottonwood, Arizona.
Sedona is also a wonderful location for that special day.
When you’re looking for an outdoor wedding, the beauty of Sedona can’t be matched.
Professional wedding planners are on hand to help you will all the details necessary to make your special day a day you’ll never forget. After the ceremony, consider riding off into the sunset on horseback or in a horse-drawn carriage.
Regardless of your interests, you’ll find what you’re looking for in Sedona. From a Wild West adventure to relaxing on the veranda, there is truly something for everyone. Coming to Sedona is easy. It’s the leaving that’s the hard part.