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Popular Attractions in Sedona

If you're a first time visitor to Sedona, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a local neighborhood could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but it may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about attractions in Sedona.

What are some good attractions in Sedona?

Here are some of the most recommended attractions in Sedona.

Chapel of the Holy Cross
Sedona, AZ
Slide Rock State Park
Sedona, AZ
Oak Creek Canyon
Coconino, AZ
Bell Rock Trail
Sedona, AZ
Devils Bridge
Sedona, AZ
Cathedral Rock
The Saddle Sedona, AZ
Pink Jeep Tours
Sedona, AZ
Cathedral Rock Trailhead
Back O Beyond Rd Sedona, AZ
Palatki Ruins
11901-11999 Boynton Pass Rd Sedona, AZ
Lime Kiln Trail
Sedona, AZ
Palatki Heritage Site
10290 North Four Service Road 795 Sedona, AZ

(928) 282-3854
Sedona Vortex Tours
150 Hwy 179 Sedona, AZ

(928) 282-2733
7 Centers Yoga Arts
2115 Mountain Rd Sedona, AZ

(928) 203-4400
West Fork Trail
W Fork Trail Sedona, AZ
Hangover Trail
Hangover Trail Sedona, AZ


Here's what Trippy members had to say about attractions:

"From Tucson in the south and the fantastic Saguaro National Park, desert museum to Sedona up north where you can easily spend 5 days (we have) - Pink Jeep tour, hiking the many canyons just minutes from the city (loved Fay Canyon & Bell Rock), eating Prickly Pear cactus ice cream, Chapel of the Holy Cross, enjoying sunset from the airport overlook, shopping at Tlaquepaque, relaxing at the many spas and feeling the positive "energy", or just sitting back and enjoying the sunset playing off the magnificent red rock all around you!"  See More

"If you have time, also consider drive from Sedona to Flagstaff, on scenic Highway 89a, through Slide Rock State Park"  See More

"From there you can hit Petrified Forest National Park, then west on 40 to Flagstaff, and south through Oak Creek Canyon to Sedona."  See More

"In Flagstaff there's a lot of little hikes around the area and national parks ( Coconino National Forest), if you have the time check out Sedona - it is absolutely beautiful and about half an hour south of Flagstaff and has some great hikes like Bell Rock Trail."  See More

"Hikes: Devils BridgeCathedral Rock TrailheadHangover TrailWest Fork Trail – check out all the trail descriptions on alltrails."  See More

"A lot of people recommend hiking up the trail on the east side of Cathedral Rock."  See More

"Pink Jeep Tours - book early Hiking the many canyons just minutes from the city (loved Fay Canyon and Bell Rock Trail Chapel of the Holy Cross, Enjoying a sunset from the Sedona Airport overlook"  See More

"If you want to go biking, the Lime Kiln Trail connecting Dead Horse Ranch State Park and Red Rock State Park has won a Critic's Choice Award for Best Bike Ride for 6 years in a row: http://azstateparks."  See More

"The one thing I did not do personally but was highly recommended was to explore the Sedona Vortex Tours and all of the vortexes around the area."  See More

"I went to Sedona to study yoga for a month at 7 Centers Yoga Arts, if your interested in yoga I recommend checking them out."  See More

Where can I find out more about Sedona?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from Sedona locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about Sedona.

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