Coffee Pot Rock Home Guidebook

Sonya
Coffee Pot Rock Home Guidebook

Food scene

This is a five minute walk from the house and offers indoor and outdoor dining.
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ChocolaTree Organic Eatery
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This is a five minute walk from the house and offers indoor and outdoor dining.
Great ambiance and they have live entertainment typically on the weekend. This is a great place to celebrate a special occasion. It is not usually as crowded as downtown Sedona and parking is much easier.
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Steakhouse89
2620 W State Rte 89A
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Great ambiance and they have live entertainment typically on the weekend. This is a great place to celebrate a special occasion. It is not usually as crowded as downtown Sedona and parking is much easier.
Great burgers and affordably priced. I also like their brisket and pulled pork.
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Outlaw Grille
250 Jordan Road
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Great burgers and affordably priced. I also like their brisket and pulled pork.
Great views and the food is awesome. They offer Italian and American cuisine as well as pizza. This is one of the first restaurants that I discovered when I started coming to Sedona.
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Hideaway House
231 Arizona 179
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Great views and the food is awesome. They offer Italian and American cuisine as well as pizza. This is one of the first restaurants that I discovered when I started coming to Sedona.
Love their Thai food options!
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Fresh & Natural Thai Kitchen
1439 West State Route 89A
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Love their Thai food options!
The views from the patios and dining rooms are amazing! You can browse the restaurant and the grounds to enjoy large scale art or to do some star gazing in the dark Sedona sky. They use premium ingredients and many of the herbs are grown in the restaurant courtyard. They offer vegetarian and gluten free options. This is a more pricey restaurant.
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Mariposa Latin Inspired Grill
700 AZ-89A
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The views from the patios and dining rooms are amazing! You can browse the restaurant and the grounds to enjoy large scale art or to do some star gazing in the dark Sedona sky. They use premium ingredients and many of the herbs are grown in the restaurant courtyard. They offer vegetarian and gluten free options. This is a more pricey restaurant.
This is up above the house. I would suggest having an early dinner here and then going to watch the sunset outside. This is definitely a favorite spot for our visitors.
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Mesa Grill Sedona
1185 Airport Road
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This is up above the house. I would suggest having an early dinner here and then going to watch the sunset outside. This is definitely a favorite spot for our visitors.
They offer fine dining serving the best of Italian food and wine in a luxurious and romantic setting. Dahl and DiLuca has been voted Best of Arizona's Most Romantic Restaurant and has received the Wine Spectator Awards of Excellence Arizona. Make a reservation ahead of time!
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Dahl & Di Luca Ristorante
2321 Arizona 89A
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They offer fine dining serving the best of Italian food and wine in a luxurious and romantic setting. Dahl and DiLuca has been voted Best of Arizona's Most Romantic Restaurant and has received the Wine Spectator Awards of Excellence Arizona. Make a reservation ahead of time!
They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner and feature traditional French and Italian cuisine. The Cress on Oak Creek Prix Fixe Dinner menu features the Chef's four or six-course tasting menu. The views are amazing. For dinner reservations call (928) 239-7092
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Cress on Oak Creek
301 Lauberge Ln
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They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner and feature traditional French and Italian cuisine. The Cress on Oak Creek Prix Fixe Dinner menu features the Chef's four or six-course tasting menu. The views are amazing. For dinner reservations call (928) 239-7092
If you are looking for great Indian food this is the place. The decor is simple and if the weather is nice I prefer to sit outside. Love their garlic naan and tandoori chicken. They have tandoori Tuesday specials.
Mradaa
1910 Arizona 89A
If you are looking for great Indian food this is the place. The decor is simple and if the weather is nice I prefer to sit outside. Love their garlic naan and tandoori chicken. They have tandoori Tuesday specials.
It’s a local favorite and a great place to relax in a casual setting. Great ambiance.
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Javelina Cantina
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It’s a local favorite and a great place to relax in a casual setting. Great ambiance.
For the ultimate wild west adventure, visit the Blazin’ M Ranch in Cottonwood, Arizona. This chuckwagon supper and western stage show attraction features a frontier town where museums, shops, vintage tractor rides, a live shooting gallery, ranch critters and ridin’ and ropin’ are all part of the fun. Also, enjoy a western-style chuckwagon dinner, reminiscent of the kind that was served around campfires over a century ago, and a dinner theater featuring western entertainment and special events. Experience a wild west adventure at the Blazin’ M Ranch Enjoy the museums, shops, tractor rides, shooting gallery and more Western-style chuckwagon dinner included Fun for the entire family https://www.viator.com/tours/Sedona/Chuck-Wagon-Supper-and-Western-Stage-Show-at-Blazin-M-Ranch/d750-7660P1?mcid=56757
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Blazin' M Ranch
1875 Mabery Ranch Road
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For the ultimate wild west adventure, visit the Blazin’ M Ranch in Cottonwood, Arizona. This chuckwagon supper and western stage show attraction features a frontier town where museums, shops, vintage tractor rides, a live shooting gallery, ranch critters and ridin’ and ropin’ are all part of the fun. Also, enjoy a western-style chuckwagon dinner, reminiscent of the kind that was served around campfires over a century ago, and a dinner theater featuring western entertainment and special events. Experience a wild west adventure at the Blazin’ M Ranch Enjoy the museums, shops, tractor rides, shooting gallery and more Western-style chuckwagon dinner included Fun for the entire family https://www.viator.com/tours/Sedona/Chuck-Wagon-Supper-and-Western-Stage-Show-at-Blazin-M-Ranch/d750-7660P1?mcid=56757

Grocery Stores

Lots of healthy food options. Great selection of organic food.
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Natural Grocers
1915 West State Route 89A
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Lots of healthy food options. Great selection of organic food.
Their buffet is amazing and I particularly love the pasta. I appreciate their lunch options that allow you to grab something quickly for a picnic or take it home to the family to avoid the crowds of dining out or to cut down on expenses.
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Whole Foods Market
1420 West State Route 89A
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Their buffet is amazing and I particularly love the pasta. I appreciate their lunch options that allow you to grab something quickly for a picnic or take it home to the family to avoid the crowds of dining out or to cut down on expenses.
This is very near the house and offers lots of food options if you are looking to cook your own food and eat in during your visit.
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Safeway
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This is very near the house and offers lots of food options if you are looking to cook your own food and eat in during your visit.
They have a great meat selection and I like their produce as well.
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Bashas'
160 Coffee Pot Drive
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They have a great meat selection and I like their produce as well.
Summer hours start May 1st- October 9th. Weekly Fridays 8.00am - Noon at the Wells Fargo Bank Parking Lot, 2201 W State Route 89A - https://sedona-farmers-market.com/
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Sedona Community Farmers Market
336 AZ-179
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Summer hours start May 1st- October 9th. Weekly Fridays 8.00am - Noon at the Wells Fargo Bank Parking Lot, 2201 W State Route 89A - https://sedona-farmers-market.com/

Art/shopping

This is one of my favorite places to shop and it's literally across the street from the house. It has such unique items and the baskets hung in the house came from this store. Super friendly sales staff and they offer something that everyone can afford.
Mexidona
1670 AZ-89A
This is one of my favorite places to shop and it's literally across the street from the house. It has such unique items and the baskets hung in the house came from this store. Super friendly sales staff and they offer something that everyone can afford.
Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village is a unique complex that is home to over 45 specialty shops and 19 galleries. Created in the image of an authentic Mexican market over 40 years ago, Tlaquepaque is now one of Sedona's best-loved attractions.
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트라케파크 아츠 & 크래프츠 빌리지
336 Arizona 179
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Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village is a unique complex that is home to over 45 specialty shops and 19 galleries. Created in the image of an authentic Mexican market over 40 years ago, Tlaquepaque is now one of Sedona's best-loved attractions.
Very unique artwork and great place to see Native American art .
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Sedona Artist Market
2081 W State Rte 89A
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Very unique artwork and great place to see Native American art .
The Gallery of Modern Masters is now the longest running business at Hillside Sedona and one of the oldest galleries in Sedona. https://www.galleryofmodernmasters.com/
Gallery of Modern Masters
671 AZ-179
The Gallery of Modern Masters is now the longest running business at Hillside Sedona and one of the oldest galleries in Sedona. https://www.galleryofmodernmasters.com/

City/town information

Millions of years ago, the area now known as Sedona was covered with sea. Ever so slowly with the gradual withdrawal of the waters combined with the earth’s powerful forces of upheaval, this masterpiece of nature was created. Sculpted by wind and erosion, the crimson monuments of vividly colored mesas were formed. Today Sedona is brightly adorned with panoramic beauty so unique it doesn’t exist anywhere else in the world. The spectacle of Sedona is crystal clear, but the history of ancient inhabitants is a bit blurred over the last 10,000 years or so. Artifacts, prehistoric dwellings, petroglyphs and other archaeological evidence confirm that various civilizations lived in the Sedona area beginning in about 8,000 BC. Historians and researchers somewhat disagree on timelines of when these original “Native Americans” came, why they left and what happed to them. Most believe that the first inhabitants migrated across land connecting Ancient Asia with North America. These nomads are now referred to as “Paleo Indians”. Evidence suggests that the “Anasazi Indians” came next followed by the Hohokam during the period of 500 AD to 700 AD. The name Anasazi was coined by the Navajos and means “The ancient ones who weren’t us”. For mysterious reasons, the Anasazi left the area. The Hohokam introduced irrigation farming which is evidenced by ancient canals that still exist today. The Sinaqua Tribe which means “without water” in Spanish came to the Sedona area about 900-1000 AD. The Sinaquans are known to have been “dry farmers” (hence their name) and traded with other native groups some of which extended into South America. Many archaeologists believe that a gigantic volcanic eruption at about 1060 AD which formed the Sunset Crater forced the Sinaquans to flee the area. Others conclude that new war-like tribes attacked and forced them out for an extended period. Some evidence suggests that the volcanic ash created more fertile soils which enticed the return of the Sinaquans followed by the return of Anasazi remnants that taught the Sinaquans to build multi-storied dwellings into cliff-sides as defensive mechanisms. Some of these pueblo dwelling ruins still stand today at “ Montezuma Castle” and the “ Palatki Ruins”. Quite suddenly around the 1300s, they seemed to have abandoned the area quickly. Some theorize that most were eliminated by other nearby inhabitants with other Sinaquans fleeing to subsequently meld with native inhabitants farther to the north. Perhaps over an extended period of time, tribal segments branched off and integrated with other tribes and became the prehistoric ancestors of today’s various Indian Tribes in various parts of Arizona, Utah and New Mexico. Many researchers believe the Hopi Indians are descendants of the ancient Anasazi. Who knows for sure what happened to the first “citizens of Sedona”, the Paleo, Anasazi, Hohokam and Sinaqua. Did they see the same Sedona we see today? Was it as beautiful then as it is today? That also we’ll never know. But we all are thankful for the treasures of artifacts they left us to enjoy and this spectacular place now called Sedona for the whole world to experience. The quest for gold and silver riches brought Spanish explorers to the Sedona area in about 1583. It is believed that Antonio de Espejo was the first European to set foot in Sedona and what a sight it must have been. Antonio never discovered gold or silver but did discover the beauty that took nature millions of years to create. As did the first inhabitants, the Spanish left their contributions to history as well in the form of Colonial Architecture and descendents that have made a historical impact on all of Arizona. Near the beginning of the 1900s, there were few Caucasian squatters in the Sedona area. One was T.C. Schnebly and his wife. T.C. petitioned the U.S. Postal Service to make a postal stop in the area. The post office needed a name and he suggested several which were rejected by the Postmaster General as being too long. Schnebly’s brother suggested submitting the name of T.C.’s wife. Her name was “Sedona” and the rest is history. Apples and peaches were Sedona’s first main industry. Frank L. Pendley homesteaded land alongside Oak Creek and harnessed the water to irrigate his orchards. Today the original homestead is owned by the State Park system as “ Slide Rock State Park”. Yes, apple trees still produce delicious fruit that is sold to the visiting public to help cover the cost of administering the park. Old historic structures still reside in the park as a continuous reminder of years past. Sedona was discovered by Hollywood in the 1950s. Its startling beauty and unique backdrop attracted movie producers that used Sedona as the setting for over 70 films. The Sedona secret was out. Gradually, Sedona became the getaway home of some of the world’s rich and famous. Today, tourism is Sedona’s primary industry attracting over 4 million visitors a year second only to the Grand Canyon as Arizona’s most visited destination. Dwell upon the ancient history of past civilizations. Imagine if they were here today to take one peek at what they discovered thousands of years ago. The coexistence of architecture that artfully blends with nature. The game of golf under the blue skies. The luxury resorts along the creek and mountainsides. The awe-inspiring attractions that entices the senses. And the joy of seeing their own ancient artifacts that confirms their prehistoric existence. Thanks Paleo. Thanks Anasazi, Hohokam and Sinaqua. You served Sedona and the world well.
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Sedona
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Millions of years ago, the area now known as Sedona was covered with sea. Ever so slowly with the gradual withdrawal of the waters combined with the earth’s powerful forces of upheaval, this masterpiece of nature was created. Sculpted by wind and erosion, the crimson monuments of vividly colored mesas were formed. Today Sedona is brightly adorned with panoramic beauty so unique it doesn’t exist anywhere else in the world. The spectacle of Sedona is crystal clear, but the history of ancient inhabitants is a bit blurred over the last 10,000 years or so. Artifacts, prehistoric dwellings, petroglyphs and other archaeological evidence confirm that various civilizations lived in the Sedona area beginning in about 8,000 BC. Historians and researchers somewhat disagree on timelines of when these original “Native Americans” came, why they left and what happed to them. Most believe that the first inhabitants migrated across land connecting Ancient Asia with North America. These nomads are now referred to as “Paleo Indians”. Evidence suggests that the “Anasazi Indians” came next followed by the Hohokam during the period of 500 AD to 700 AD. The name Anasazi was coined by the Navajos and means “The ancient ones who weren’t us”. For mysterious reasons, the Anasazi left the area. The Hohokam introduced irrigation farming which is evidenced by ancient canals that still exist today. The Sinaqua Tribe which means “without water” in Spanish came to the Sedona area about 900-1000 AD. The Sinaquans are known to have been “dry farmers” (hence their name) and traded with other native groups some of which extended into South America. Many archaeologists believe that a gigantic volcanic eruption at about 1060 AD which formed the Sunset Crater forced the Sinaquans to flee the area. Others conclude that new war-like tribes attacked and forced them out for an extended period. Some evidence suggests that the volcanic ash created more fertile soils which enticed the return of the Sinaquans followed by the return of Anasazi remnants that taught the Sinaquans to build multi-storied dwellings into cliff-sides as defensive mechanisms. Some of these pueblo dwelling ruins still stand today at “ Montezuma Castle” and the “ Palatki Ruins”. Quite suddenly around the 1300s, they seemed to have abandoned the area quickly. Some theorize that most were eliminated by other nearby inhabitants with other Sinaquans fleeing to subsequently meld with native inhabitants farther to the north. Perhaps over an extended period of time, tribal segments branched off and integrated with other tribes and became the prehistoric ancestors of today’s various Indian Tribes in various parts of Arizona, Utah and New Mexico. Many researchers believe the Hopi Indians are descendants of the ancient Anasazi. Who knows for sure what happened to the first “citizens of Sedona”, the Paleo, Anasazi, Hohokam and Sinaqua. Did they see the same Sedona we see today? Was it as beautiful then as it is today? That also we’ll never know. But we all are thankful for the treasures of artifacts they left us to enjoy and this spectacular place now called Sedona for the whole world to experience. The quest for gold and silver riches brought Spanish explorers to the Sedona area in about 1583. It is believed that Antonio de Espejo was the first European to set foot in Sedona and what a sight it must have been. Antonio never discovered gold or silver but did discover the beauty that took nature millions of years to create. As did the first inhabitants, the Spanish left their contributions to history as well in the form of Colonial Architecture and descendents that have made a historical impact on all of Arizona. Near the beginning of the 1900s, there were few Caucasian squatters in the Sedona area. One was T.C. Schnebly and his wife. T.C. petitioned the U.S. Postal Service to make a postal stop in the area. The post office needed a name and he suggested several which were rejected by the Postmaster General as being too long. Schnebly’s brother suggested submitting the name of T.C.’s wife. Her name was “Sedona” and the rest is history. Apples and peaches were Sedona’s first main industry. Frank L. Pendley homesteaded land alongside Oak Creek and harnessed the water to irrigate his orchards. Today the original homestead is owned by the State Park system as “ Slide Rock State Park”. Yes, apple trees still produce delicious fruit that is sold to the visiting public to help cover the cost of administering the park. Old historic structures still reside in the park as a continuous reminder of years past. Sedona was discovered by Hollywood in the 1950s. Its startling beauty and unique backdrop attracted movie producers that used Sedona as the setting for over 70 films. The Sedona secret was out. Gradually, Sedona became the getaway home of some of the world’s rich and famous. Today, tourism is Sedona’s primary industry attracting over 4 million visitors a year second only to the Grand Canyon as Arizona’s most visited destination. Dwell upon the ancient history of past civilizations. Imagine if they were here today to take one peek at what they discovered thousands of years ago. The coexistence of architecture that artfully blends with nature. The game of golf under the blue skies. The luxury resorts along the creek and mountainsides. The awe-inspiring attractions that entices the senses. And the joy of seeing their own ancient artifacts that confirms their prehistoric existence. Thanks Paleo. Thanks Anasazi, Hohokam and Sinaqua. You served Sedona and the world well.

Sightseeing

This is a hiking app for Sedona www.SedonaHikingApp.com
This is a must see stop on your trip. Many people swim here so take your swimsuits, towels and of course sunscreen and water. The water is cold year round even in summer so be prepared for that temperature change. It's very refreshing after a long hike!
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슬라이드 록 주립공원
6871 Arizona 89A
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This is a must see stop on your trip. Many people swim here so take your swimsuits, towels and of course sunscreen and water. The water is cold year round even in summer so be prepared for that temperature change. It's very refreshing after a long hike!
This is one of the BEST places to watch the sunset or sunrise. It can get quite crowded so pack your patience. There is a trail that leads up to the area at the end of Inspirational Drive but I would only recommend this for experienced hikers. The change in elevation is significant. You will need a good headlamp or flashlight to hike back home!
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Sedona Airport Vortex
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This is one of the BEST places to watch the sunset or sunrise. It can get quite crowded so pack your patience. There is a trail that leads up to the area at the end of Inspirational Drive but I would only recommend this for experienced hikers. The change in elevation is significant. You will need a good headlamp or flashlight to hike back home!
This is a must see and doesn't take that much time. Incredible views and architecture. It's also a great place to spend some time in reflection and prayer if you are looking to do that while here.
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성 십자 예배당
780 Chapel Road
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This is a must see and doesn't take that much time. Incredible views and architecture. It's also a great place to spend some time in reflection and prayer if you are looking to do that while here.
This is about 10 minutes from the house by car. This is a great place to take some photos and it's not typically that crowded.
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Red Rock State Park
4050 Red Rock Loop Rd
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This is about 10 minutes from the house by car. This is a great place to take some photos and it's not typically that crowded.
Located next to Lake Montezuma not far south of Sedona, this site is a must see for visitors with an interest in ancient history. That's because it contains one of the most impressive collections of petroglyphs (images carved into stone) anywhere in the world. Made almost 1,000 years ago, the artworks focus on the region's animal life in the "Beaver Creek Style". They can be seen between Friday and Monday all year-round, and the Verde Valley Archaeological Society provides guided tours to shed more light on these mysterious images.
V Bar V Ranch
Located next to Lake Montezuma not far south of Sedona, this site is a must see for visitors with an interest in ancient history. That's because it contains one of the most impressive collections of petroglyphs (images carved into stone) anywhere in the world. Made almost 1,000 years ago, the artworks focus on the region's animal life in the "Beaver Creek Style". They can be seen between Friday and Monday all year-round, and the Verde Valley Archaeological Society provides guided tours to shed more light on these mysterious images.
A breathtaking natural sandstone arch, Devil's Bridge is another must see in the Sedona area. Reachable via a one-mile trail from its own dedicated parking area, the bridge is set in a beautiful patch of Arizona wilderness.
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Devil's Bridge Trailhead
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A breathtaking natural sandstone arch, Devil's Bridge is another must see in the Sedona area. Reachable via a one-mile trail from its own dedicated parking area, the bridge is set in a beautiful patch of Arizona wilderness.
Cathedral Rock is amazing. Situated a few miles southwest of the Chapel, the church-shaped sandstone rock soars from the Coconino Forest and can be reached relatively easily via the Cathedral Rock Trail.
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커씨드럴 록 트레일헤드
500 Back O Beyond Road
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Cathedral Rock is amazing. Situated a few miles southwest of the Chapel, the church-shaped sandstone rock soars from the Coconino Forest and can be reached relatively easily via the Cathedral Rock Trail.
An amazing place to see wildlife and depending upon when you go, it isn't that crowded. During summer months go earlier in the day when it's not so hot. The animals are not as active then. https://outofafricapark.com/
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아웃 오브 아프리카 와일드라이프 공원
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An amazing place to see wildlife and depending upon when you go, it isn't that crowded. During summer months go earlier in the day when it's not so hot. The animals are not as active then. https://outofafricapark.com/
If you are looking for a simple trip from Sedona, Upper Antelope Canyon is a great choice. This enchanting location near Page, Arizona, is less than a three hours' drive from Sedona, making a visit there a low-stress adventure for all kinds of travelers however you must use a Navajo tour company. I would only recommend if you are staying in the area for more than just a few days because this is an ALL day trip. You also must be able to hike and climb. Book well in advance of your trip. https://www.antelopecanyon.com/faq/
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앤터로프 캐년
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If you are looking for a simple trip from Sedona, Upper Antelope Canyon is a great choice. This enchanting location near Page, Arizona, is less than a three hours' drive from Sedona, making a visit there a low-stress adventure for all kinds of travelers however you must use a Navajo tour company. I would only recommend if you are staying in the area for more than just a few days because this is an ALL day trip. You also must be able to hike and climb. Book well in advance of your trip. https://www.antelopecanyon.com/faq/
Tour are offered from Page, AZ or tours leave from Flagstaff at 8am and return at 5pm. I wouldn't recommend this until you are in Sedona for more than just a few days. See everything in Sedona first! You can also pair a trip to Horseshoe Bend and Antelope Canyon.
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호스슈 벤드
Hwy 89 S
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Tour are offered from Page, AZ or tours leave from Flagstaff at 8am and return at 5pm. I wouldn't recommend this until you are in Sedona for more than just a few days. See everything in Sedona first! You can also pair a trip to Horseshoe Bend and Antelope Canyon.
Boynton Canyon Trail’s breathtaking red rocks views and easy passes make it one Sedona’s most accessible hikes. Travelers find impressive panoramic landscapes early in the three-mile trek, where open desert, lush foliage and sky-high canyon views reign supreme. And while some say this accessible hike ends in a rather anti-climactic way because box canyon walls stretch up on either side, ancient Sinaguan Indian ruins and tons of biodiversity make it a memorable outdoor experience for visitors to Sedona.
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Boynton Canyon Trail
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Boynton Canyon Trail’s breathtaking red rocks views and easy passes make it one Sedona’s most accessible hikes. Travelers find impressive panoramic landscapes early in the three-mile trek, where open desert, lush foliage and sky-high canyon views reign supreme. And while some say this accessible hike ends in a rather anti-climactic way because box canyon walls stretch up on either side, ancient Sinaguan Indian ruins and tons of biodiversity make it a memorable outdoor experience for visitors to Sedona.
A unique way to experience the Grand Canyon.
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Grand Canyon Railway Depot
280 N Grand Canyon Blvd
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A unique way to experience the Grand Canyon.
One of the 7 wonders of the world. Definitely bucket list worthy! This is not a short trip and will take most of a day.
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그랜드캐년
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One of the 7 wonders of the world. Definitely bucket list worthy! This is not a short trip and will take most of a day.
This is a must see. Drive through Oak Creek at the very least while you are visiting. I love to spend time down by the creek.
Oak Creek Canyon
This is a must see. Drive through Oak Creek at the very least while you are visiting. I love to spend time down by the creek.
Amazing Indian ruins and great half day trip. Maybe pair going to Out of African with visiting this historic site.
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몬테수마 캐슬 국가기념물
Montezuma Castle Road
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Amazing Indian ruins and great half day trip. Maybe pair going to Out of African with visiting this historic site.

Neighborhoods

We live in a very quiet neighborhood and have had the same neighbors to the right of us for over 20 years. Sedona is a dark sky city so please keep the exterior lights off unless you are actively using them. This allows everyone to enjoy the amazing night sky. At certain times of the year there is a small market at the Los Robles restaurant at the end of our street and they often have musicians who perform during the day if you want to walk down to browse. I love the homemade soap from one of the vendors! They usually feature a variety of Arizona and local artists.
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West Sedona
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We live in a very quiet neighborhood and have had the same neighbors to the right of us for over 20 years. Sedona is a dark sky city so please keep the exterior lights off unless you are actively using them. This allows everyone to enjoy the amazing night sky. At certain times of the year there is a small market at the Los Robles restaurant at the end of our street and they often have musicians who perform during the day if you want to walk down to browse. I love the homemade soap from one of the vendors! They usually feature a variety of Arizona and local artists.

Wine

At Winery 1912, you will enjoy the Spanish and Iberian varietals grown at Dragoon Mountain Vineyard. Arizona's largest and most diverse vineyard is set close to the same paths walked by the early Spanish monks to establish their missions and the first vineyards in Arizona 200 years before the west coast. 928.282.0715
Winery 1912
320 Arizona 89A
At Winery 1912, you will enjoy the Spanish and Iberian varietals grown at Dragoon Mountain Vineyard. Arizona's largest and most diverse vineyard is set close to the same paths walked by the early Spanish monks to establish their missions and the first vineyards in Arizona 200 years before the west coast. 928.282.0715
Intimate spot for tastings of 45 wines, craft beer & mead flights with more wines for sale.
The Art of Wine
101 Arizona 89A
Intimate spot for tastings of 45 wines, craft beer & mead flights with more wines for sale.
You’ll find Alcantara Vineyards has over 20,000 vines and offers 17 different varietals. You can sip wine and enjoy the peaceful surroundings, which include vineyards, a grass picnic area, the Verde River and bald eagles flying overhead. Very picturesque and not far from Sedona if you are looking to do something a little different. OPEN DAILY FROM 11AM – 5PM, Spring & Summer until 6:00. Located at 3445 S. Grapevine Way, Cottonwood, Arizona 86326 (928) 649-8463
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Alcantara Vineyards and Winery
3445 South Grapevine Way
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You’ll find Alcantara Vineyards has over 20,000 vines and offers 17 different varietals. You can sip wine and enjoy the peaceful surroundings, which include vineyards, a grass picnic area, the Verde River and bald eagles flying overhead. Very picturesque and not far from Sedona if you are looking to do something a little different. OPEN DAILY FROM 11AM – 5PM, Spring & Summer until 6:00. Located at 3445 S. Grapevine Way, Cottonwood, Arizona 86326 (928) 649-8463