Sedona is a desert town located in Arizona. It’s best known for its red rocks and jagged canyon walls, with Bell Rock and Cathedral Rock being top destinations for photographers looking to capture mother nature at her best.
In recent years Sedona has become a top destination for those into the arts, holistic health and spiritual healing. You’ll find plenty of galleries, spas and shops to keep you entertained. Many believe the area is of significant spiritual importance and the area radiates the earth’s inner power.
If you want to explore the surrounding area, there are various trails running across the Red Rock State Park, which is a 286-acre national park, where you can do some bird watching or hiking. You can also explore the forests of Oak Creek Canyon or visit the Native American petroglyphs, otherwise known as rock art, at the Coconino heritage sites of Palatki and Honanki.
Sedona is known for its relatively mild climate year-round (although it still gets hot in the summer), with many people escaping the even more oppressive heat of Phoenix on day trips.
Regarded in Native American culture as sacred land, Sedona, AZ is lauded as one of the most beautiful places in America. Red rock canyons, buttes and unique rock formations surround this desert town and provide the perfect backdrop for your Sedona adventure. Take a break from everyday life and experience romantic Sedona. Sedona cabins are the perfect location to reconnect. Vacation rentals feature a full kitchen and gas grills with private patio to enjoy an intimate evening in the desert.
With Flagstaff located 30 miles north and the Grand Canyon two hours north of Sedona, there’s a lot to see and do in Sedona and the surrounding area. Boasting 300+ miles of hiking trails, Sedona is an outdoor paradise. Enjoy mountain biking on Bell Rock Trail, fish in Oak Creek Canyon or take a dip in a swimming hole. Don’t miss Sedona’s earliest landmark, The Chapel of the Holy Cross, either! Completed in 1957, this spiritual landmark is a must-see when visiting Sedona. Make your next vacation unforgettable in Sedona, Arizona.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Sedona. The hottest month in Sedona is June, when temperatures peak at 102 ˚F. The coolest month is February, when temperatures drop to 23 ˚F. The wettest month in Sedona is August with 4.03 inches of rain, while the driest month is June with 0.19 inches of rain.
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