Sedona, AZ 86336-3710
Sedona is so beautiful, it could’ve been a national park. Many visitors think it is one, and we understand why. But Sedona is unique because we get to live, work, and play right here in this amazing landscape. We love it, we take care of it, and we ask our visitors to do the same. It isn’t ours to keep, it belongs to all of us, and it deserves to be preserved for generations to come.
We invite you to experience it for yourself this winter, and soak up the views and the sunshine.
Picture this: the sun on your face, a light in your eye, and a smile in your heart. 200 miles of year-round hiking and biking. A classy assortment of art galleries, shops, spas, and nearby wineries. Relaxing resorts and delicious restaurants. Scenic views of famous red rocks around every corner… all beneath our steady Arizona sun.
Please click through the tabs below for great ideas on how to spend your time in Sedona:
INSIDER TIP: Dress in layers. Be sure to pack snacks, water and sun protection. Wear sturdy hiking shoes and always stay on trail.
Gallery Row: Walk along the decorative pathways to visit a sophisticated assortment of shops and galleries.
Uptown Sedona: Packed with galleries, gift shops, cafes and restaurants.
INSIDER TIP: Select trolley tours also include a stop at the Chapel of the Holy Cross, an architectural landmark of Sedona.
INSIDER TIP: Hikers and horses have the right-of-way on all trails. E-Bikes are not allowed on any trail.
INSIDER TIP: 1st Friday in the Galleries takes place monthly.
INSIDER TIP: Air tours are limited and very popular, book your tour as soon as possible.
INSIDER TIP: Select Sedona lodgings include on-site stargazing. Check your hotel's event calendar to participate.
INSIDER TIP: Book your treatment at a resort spa which includes day access to their jacuzzi, steam room and sauna to soak up even more Arizona warmth.