What To Do

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Escape the chaos of life, kick back and relax in Sedona.


Nature Experience

sunset in the red rocks


Day 1:

Jeep Ride

Jeep Ride

Trolley Ride

Jeep Tour

Red Rock State Park (Education/Interpretation Programs, Hiking, Bird Watching, etc.)

Day 2:

Hiking and Exploring the Red Rock Country

– On your own or participate in a guided tour

West Sedona or Uptown Area (get your map from our Visitor’s Center)

Doe Mountain Trail

Doe Mountain Trail

Fay Canyon Trail
Doe Mountain Trail
Devil’s Bridge Trail
Jim Thompson Trail
Soldier Pass Trail

 Explore Oak Creek Canyon

– Swimming at Slide Rock State Park
West Fork Trail
– Picnic Lunch at Recreation Sites in Oak Creek Canyon

Day 3:

Early Morning Hot Air Balloon Tour – Enjoy the beautiful Red Rocks and early morning wild life from the balloon

Hiking or Mountain Biking and Picnic Lunch in the Red Rock Country

Mountain Biking

Mountain Biking

– On your own or participate in a guided tour

– Village of Oak Creek

Bell Rock & Courthouse Butte Area

Turkey Creek Trail

Other Options:

Train Kids & Cowboys

The Grand Canyon Railway

– Ride the Verde Canyon Railroad

– Enjoy a Dinner Theater

– Take a day trip to the Grand Canyon via Railway

– Visit Dead Horse Ranch State Park in Cottonwood (fishing, hiking, biking, etc.)

– Take a day tour to the Monument Valley

– Participate in the Annual Sedona Marathon (February)

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