Can you drive your own Jeep through the same places that all the Jeep Tour companies go?
Visiting Sedona the first week in August and considering renting a "ducky" kayak for 1/2 day on the Verde River. Two questions: 1. is the river pretty flat that time of year (i.e. will we have to paddle harder) or is it fairly quick moving? 2. Is it a bazillion degrees on the river in August or cooler than Sedona? Thanks.
I have never been west of Tennessee so everything in the Western United states will be new to me. Can someone provide some suggestions for places in the Phoenix/Sedona area to visit? We are definitely more into the nature related areas more so than the shopping meccas. Flying pretty much limits how much shopping could be done anyway. The Grand Canyon is a given of course but we like the quaint little towns, old west locations, etc.
Is it better to take the trains in some locations than driving.
A tremendous amount of walking and hiking is out but medium distance walking is ok.
I know this is not much to go on but I am so overwhelmed at the choices.
Thanks in advance!
What are the best hikes in Sedona if you only have e few days there?
We will be traveling to Sedona from Las Vegas with a normal rental car and will stay for 4 days the first week of January 2016. Any advice on snow and travel conditions up in the mountains around Sedona and Flagstaff?
I spent time in Sedona in the late 80's and had an incredible time. Took many hikes to experience the "Vorteses." A good friend and I are planning at trip in 2016, as part of our "bucket lists." We want to to visit at a time with fewer crowds, have a low-key, no agenda visit. When would you suggest to be a good time of the year. Hoping to be outside most of the time. I know things have changed since I was there. We are using Cottonwood as a base. What other day trips would you suggest? Thanks...Scott
I will be in Sedona, in early October, with 3 friends and we would like to take a vortex jeep tour. There seem to be many of them, Pink Jeep Tours, Earth Wisdom Jeep Tours, Red Rock Jeep Tours, etc.. Any suggestions for the best one? I have been asked to be the "travel agent" for the group and I don't want to let anyone down.
Thank you so much for any advice.
I will be in Sedona, AZ next week, and would like to know 3 of the best hiking trails. My 20 year old daughter and I will be doing half day hikes and there are too many trails to choose from. We like moderate to difficult trails, but not dangerous trails (edges of cliffs where one false move you die). Please advise on the best scenic trails that would be a great half day hike.
I traveling to Sedona in early October with two friends who love to hike. I want to join them, but I am afraid of heights. Are there any hikes we can take that they will enjoy, but I won't feel like I'm going to die?
I'm going to Sedona tomorrow. I wanted to check out both red rock crossing and cathedral rock trail. Is there an easy way on foot to get to one from the other or is driving the only way? If it's driving anyone know a fast route? Any information is greatly appreciated.
Is it the Sky Ranch Lodge? The views look awesome. It'll be a once in a life time trip for us as we're not from the US and I think the views would be the main thing to go for in Sedona.
I am planning a hike in Sedona. I was thinking around the area of Deadman's Pass Trail. I read that to park at the trailheads a pass is needed. Is there anywhere for people without a pass to park or is this something that you must have? If it's a must have where can I get one?
Can you tell me where/who has the best Indian Fry Bread tacos(authentic). Thank you
What is the best way to view the area with a two day visit in June? Jeep Tour recommendation?
Can you tell me where some Restaurants, large or small scale that you can eat by the water? Also maybe you might know where a good reasonable place to stay also.
Want to know what the road's are like pulling a trailer from phoenix to sedona
We're staying in Prescott and want to go wine tasting in Sedona. We do no want to drive, what other ways are there to get there?
Where do locals shop for groceries, have their cars serviced, go to the doctor or see a movie?
I'm looking for the name of the boutique up from Pink Jeep kitty corner from the visitors center on 89
We are headed to Sedona Dec 28 - Jan 1. I'm not sure what you pack/wear for our day hiking trips. I've read layers, but in particular I'm wondering about pants. Can we wear what we hike in right to a dinner location or is that too casual? Any recommendations?
Is it safe to hike in the Sedona area by ones self?
Is it safe during the day to walk from hotels and shopping/dinning/gallery areas by ones self?
Is it safe in Sedona area to take a taxi during the day or early evening when traveling by ones self?
Any other tips great tips are greatly appreciated.
My boyfriend wants to have the traditional Indian burial ritual where they put the body on a raised platform and burn it so the spirit flows into the cosmos. Any suggestions on how to arrange this when I need to do it?
As a lone female traveler, are there any concerns to be aware of? Also, I am looking for the best spiritual stores and healers in Sedona. Does anyone have suggestions?
Is it difficult to find things to do when traveling alone to Sedona? I am very interested in the spiritual and artistic, what do you recommend?
I am a single woman late 30s and travelling on my own looking for a little spiritual relief and was wondering where to stay and how safe the area is for a woman on her own
When I visited Sedona last year, I went to an outdoor market at the Oak Creek Factory Outlets. There was a man who had a table of sterling silver jewelry. His jewelry did not tend to be Native American. He had some very nice dragonfly charms and pendants. I know this is a shot in the dark, but I'm wondering if anyone might be familiar with him. I would like to purchase a piece of his jewelry. He told me he lived in Arizona, but not Sedona. He is a silversmith., but he had retired from another profession.
I'm traveling to Sedona in mid April and would like to stay for a week. I am there for a conference but would like to bring my family as well. Does anyone know a good place to stay in a cabin or vacation rental that is reasonably priced and close to everything?
Finally knocking one off my bucket list. A photo weekend in Sedona, AZ. I've got Tlaquepaque, Bell Rock, Courthouse Bute, Red Rock Crossing, Holy Cow, Airport Mesa and Gold King covered but am looking for any advice from folk that have been there or live there for "insider must do" activities or places to photograph. In looking at past VT comments Montezuma's Well seems to come up. Still researching what I can cover in the limited long weekend I'll have there in early May this year.
I'm going on a Rim to Rim backpacking trip at Grandcanyon in end of May(28th-31st) . After the backpacking trip I have couple of days to kil at Flagstaff/Sedona area before flying out of Phoenix on Jun 3rd night.
I need some suggestions on things to do in Sedona / Flagstaff area for 2 days.
Prefer to do some activities in water to cool off from backpacking :) .
Are there any places around which give Kayaking / floating / Rafting around the area ? Any other good sight seeing spots in the area ? Appreciate any input. Thankx..
Hi, going hiking April 26-01 May. Any recommendations for hikes with awesome views. Coming from Vancouver BC what type of clothing to wear hiking? Need boots or light hiking shoes, bug spray?
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