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Adobe Village Graham inn
150 Canyon Circle Drive
Sedona, AZ, 86351, USA
928-284-1425

People often ask, what should I do while I am in Sedona. There are many things to see and many things to do in Sedona. Visitors and residents delight in the area's natural year-round beauty, which is conducive to many types of outdoor activities. It's easy to spend several weeks in Sedona exploring hidden canyons and enjoying red rock trails or visiting the area's sacred sites or Sedona's vortexes.

In addition to enjoying the outdoors, there are many other things to do in Sedona. Sedona activities include visiting art galleries, musical and theatrical performances, spiritual and personal enrichment activities, annual festivals and many community events.

If you only have 3 days to spend in our Sedona B&B hotel, your choice of activities would be different depending on your interests. Here are some suggestions to help you plan your stay.

Nature Experience

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Day 1

1.  Hike around Bell Rock and Courthouse Butte within walking distance of our Sedona B&B hotel

2.  Take a Back country Jeep tour

3.  Visit Red Rock State Park (Educational/Interpretive programs, Hiking, Birdwatching etc.)

 

Day 2

1. Explore Oak Creek Canyon

2. Hike West Fork Trail (the most beautiful trail in Sedona)

3. Go Swimming at Slide Rock State Park

 

Day 3

1. Enjoy an Early Morning Hot Air Balloon Ride

2. Do a day trip to the Grand Canyon

 

 

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Other Options:

1. Ride the Verde Canyon Railroad

2. Fishing at the Rainbow Trout Farm

3. Take a day trip to Monument Valley

4. Go on a guided back country tour with Mike at Southwest Outside Adventures (a favorite guide at our Sedona B&B).

5. Visit out of Africa Wildlife Park

6. Go for a horseback ride

7. Rent a Mountain Bike and ride the trails near our Sedona Bed and Breakfast hotel

 

 

Spiritual & Metaphysical Experience

  • Cathedral Rock Trail Sedona

Day 1

1. Visit the Chapel of the Holy Cross

2. Take a Sacred Earth Pilgrimage with Clint Frakes of  Sedona sacred Earth (a favorite guide at our Sedona Bed and Breakfast).

3. Visit metaphysical shops

Day 2

1. Hike to the various Vortex sites

2. Participate in Healing Programs

    * Aromatherapy  *Sound Healing * Chakra Balancing

    * Reiki *Energy work

    * Hands on Healing

Day 3

1. Pamper Yourself at a Spa

2. Experience Spiritual Readings

  * Tarot card Reading

  *Intuitive Reading

  *Aura Reading

  

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Other Options:

1. Take a guided Yoga Hike

2. Go on an Herb walk with Herbalist Feather Jones

3. Attend a Medicine Wheel Ceremony

4. Visit the Amitabha Stupa

Arts and Culture Experience

  • Cowboy club

Day 1

1. Visit the Galleries & Shops in Sedona

Day 2

1. Take a half day trip to Jerome

2. Visit the Antique Shops in Cottonwood

Day 3

1. Visit the Sedon Creative Arts Center

2. Visit the Sedona Heritage Museum

3. See a show at the Encore Theater

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Other Options

1. Enjoy one of Sedona's events

  * Interntaional Film Festival (February)

  * Sedona Chamber Music Festival (May)

  * Festival of Native American Culture (June)

  * Sedona Photo Fest (July)

  * Fiesta de Tlaquepaque (September)

  * Plein Air Festival (October)

  * Sedona Art Festival (October)

  * Festival of Lights (December)

Native American Experience

  • Tuzigoot

Day 1

1. Visit local Native American Ruins

2. Visit V-V Petroglyphs near our Sedona B&B

3. Attend a Medicine Wheel Ceremony

Day 2

1. Take a Day tour to the Hopi Reservations

Day 3

1. Visit Montezuma Castle & Well

2. Visit Native American Jewelry, Arts, & Craft Shops

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Other Options

1. Visit Tuzigoot National Monument

2. Visit Walnut Canyon National Monument

3. Visit Wupatki & Sunset Crater National Monument

4. Take a day trip to Monument Valley

 

See the Two Most Visited Places in Arizona

  • Grand Canyon

Day 1

1. Take an early morning balloon ride

2. Take a guided backcountry tour of Sedona

3. Visit the galleries and shops in uptown Sedona

Day 2

1. Take a day trip to the Grand Canyon

2. Drive back via Painted Desert route

Day 3

1. Visit Red Rock Crossing

2. Visit Sedona's vortexes

3. Visit local Native American Ruins

  • views from painted desert

Other Options

1. Go horseback riding

2. Take a backcountry jeep tour

3. Visit Red Rock state park

4. Ride the Verde Canyon Railroad

5. Visit local wineries

6. Take the train ride from Williams to the Grand Canyon National Park