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Stargazing Tips for Travelers in Sedona

August 1, 2017 guest contributor Joe Laing The extraordinary landscape surrounding Sedona is a stellar reason for coming to visit. Unless visitors look to the night skies, however, they might miss one of the city’s biggest attractions—the unobstructed views of the heavens. The night skies over Sedona are so exceptional for stargazing, in fact, that […]

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Sedona, Where Cool Waters Flow

July 11, 2017 You might know of Sedona for its red spires or for the special energy vortexes that exist there. These qualities certainly make the destination shine, but there’s another valuable element that makes Sedona sparkle—naturally flowing water. In a state where only 0.3 percent of the ground surface is water, water rules, and […]

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Discover New Meaning on a Sedona Guided Hike

June 20, 2017 guest blog by Sedona Philosophy Experience. Sedona’s breathtaking vistas and introspective atmosphere invite personal reflection. On a guided hike led by Sedona locals, Sedona Philosophy Experience provides an avenue for finding meaning while you get an insider perspective on some of Sedona’s most iconic trails and red rock formations. The famous naturalist […]

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Sedona AZ Home Sale Prices for April 2017

May 24, 2017 Real estate market data for Sedona, AZ provided by Susan Deierling of Realty Executives Northern Arizona and is derived from data from the Sedona Multiple Listing Service (MLS). Sedona Home Prices According to the Sedona MLS, we’ve had 10 straight months of average sales price increases on Sedona homes and we aren’t […]

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Sedona: Where Cowboys Still Roam

May 17, 2017 If Sedona, Arizona, looks familiar to you, it’s for good reason. Thanks to the red rock canyons, with sand-colored mountains towering over vast landscapes like intimidating giants, Sedona is often used as a backdrop for Western films. You might have seen Robert Mitchum get into a gunfight in “Blood on the Moon” […]

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Hilton Sedona Resort at Bell Rock

May 3, 2017 submitted by Hilton Sedona Resort at Bell Rock Nestled along the Red Rock Scenic Byway, Hilton Sedona Resort at Bell Rock offers an upscale retreat where guests can continue their essential journey toward wellness, renewal and outdoor adventures. Following a multi-million dollar renovation, Hilton Sedona Resort at Bell Rock continues to evolve […]

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What does it mean to be a sustainable business?

April 28, 2017 Sustainable tourism is growing by leaps and bounds so to keep up with trends, Sedona and the Verde Valley are intent upon branding our region as a sustainable destination. To support that effort, the Sustainability Alliance has been certifying local businesses as sustainable. This brings businesses recognition for their good deeds and […]

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Spring Herbs & Vegetables Inspire New Cocktail Menu at SaltRock in Sedona

April 16, 2017 submitted by SaltRock Southwest Kitchen   SaltRock Southwest Kitchen at Kimpton Amara Resort and Spa is bringing 15 new libations to the lineup with the debut of the “Quintessential Spring” cocktail menu now available. “Every Sunday, we head to the Sedona Farmer’s Market where we chat with some of the local farmers […]

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Yoga Magic in Sedona

April 14, 2017 submitted by Leah Joy Lindner One must attest, their is a magic in Sedona that is unlike other places. It isn’t found in a shop, or in the many touristy attractions. Its something else – something you can feel that IS tangible in the air … a taste, a presence that is […]

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Traveling in Sedona with Young Kids

April 7, 2017 Guest Blog post by Joe Laing Adult travelers to Sedona can find vacation bliss in many ways, from spa retreats to challenging hikes. When you’re traveling with small children, however, it takes a little more planning to map out places designed for young minds and shorter attention spans. Here are two planning […]

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