Sedona's Beauty will Inspire You!
No matter your passion, Sedona’s majestic beauty will inspire you. Whether you’re an outdoor enthusiast, a hopeless romantic, an arts aficionado or a serenity seeker. In Sedona you’ll find numerous activities and adventures to suit you.
There are many ways to explore our beautiful town of Sedona.
For The Outdoor Enthusiast
Sedona’s spectacular scenery makes this a great destination for outdoor adventure. Strap on your hiking boots and hike some of our more than 100 miles of trails. Mountain bikes are another great way to explore our area. Even the casual rider can feel safe on a 3.7 mile ride on wide paths and gently sloping red gravel that begins at Bell Rock pathway which is less than ½ mile from Adobe Village Graham Inn. Serious cyclist can explore the many challenging single track trails off of Bell Rock pathway. For a less strenuous, but equally exciting way to explore Sedona, try a bird’s eye view of Sedona from a biplane, or helicopter or hot air balloon! If you prefer to keep you feet closer to the ground, try one of the many jeep or ATV tours. They are guaranteed to get your adrenalin pumping! Sedona also has many swimming holes and our own natural slick rock water slide at Slide Rock State park.
For the Hopeless Romantic
Nothing sets the mood for romance like a getaway to a place as beautiful as Sedona. Your adventure could start with a hot air balloon ride over the Verde Valley with views of our spectacular Sedona Red Rocks at sunrise. Then it’s off for a luxurious spa date with soft music and a couple’s massage. For an afternoon of romantic adventure, try touring our wine country. There are many good wineries. Why not pick up a bottle of wine and have a picnic by the creek. One of the best times of day in Sedona is Sunset. The Red Rocks light up at this time of day! An evening of romance often begins with a great dinner. Sedona has more than its fair share of exceptional places to eat…that’s a good thing for you! Now it’s time to enjoy your evening in your Romantic Sedona Bed and Breakfast hotel! With all these romantic things to do, no wonder Sedona is such a popular place for weddings, honeymoons, and anniversaries!
For the Arts Aficionado:
Sedona enjoys a bustling arts community with more than 200 visual artists with a variety of mediums and styles. Sedona’s annual art event, the Sedona Arts Festival, has more than 120 artists showcasing their work. Another not-to-miss event is the monthly 1st Friday Gallery Tour held from 5-8 p.m. At the 1st Friday Gallery Tour there are artist receptions, demonstrations and workshops along with a free trolley ride that shuttles guests to different studios and galleries. The next day is followed by the Jerome 1st Saturday Art Walk. Sedona is also rich in the area of performing arts. Not-to-miss events include the Red Rocks music festival, Sedona International Film Festival, Sedona Bluegrass Festival and the Sedona Arts Festival.
For the Serenity Seeker
Sedona will make you feel connected with nature, even if you are not a believer in the area’s energy vortexes. Many believe Sedona’s vortexes are strong energy centers. Bell rock and Cathedral rock are reported to have an electric charge. Red Rock Crossing and Airport mesa are reported to have a magnetic charge. Boynton Canyon is reported to have a combination of the two. Even for the skeptic, vortex tours offer the scenic beauty of Sedona’s most popularly photographed areas. Sedona’s psychics and spiritualists offer chakra balancing, palm and taro readings, aura cleansing and past life regressions. For an evening adventure why not try a star gazing tour with a local astronomer where you can see everything from constellations to the rings of Saturn.
For the Native American Experience
The Sedona area is rich in Native American Culture and History. We have several Native American Ruins close by including Palatki, Honanki, Tuzigoot and Montezuma's Castle. Also near by is V-V Petroglyph Site. If you are interested in Native American Arts there are several shops and Galleries that carry a wide variety of Indian Jewelry, Navajo Rugs, Kachina Dolls, Pottery, Baskets and other arts. If you are interested in a guided tour, there are several tour companies that have tours to the Indian Ruins, Hopi Reservation and even tours that do Medicine Wheel ceremonies.
Things To Do
- Three Day Itinerarys
- Personal Guide
- Grand Canyon
- Area State Parks
- Ancient Indian Dwellings and Petroglyph Rock Art
- Sedona Vortexes
- Spiritual Sedona
- Air Tours
- Area Attractions
- Mountain Biking
- Horseback Riding
- Swimming Holes
- Bird Watching
- Encore Theater
- 100 Things to do in Sedona