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10 Must-Do Daytrips from Flagstaff

Flagstaff, a small mountain town in the Northern Arizona region, is the gateway to many amazing national wonders, most notably the magnificent Grand Canyon which is just a little over an hour away. Asides from being an easy drive from one of the world’s most well-known wonders, Flagstaff offers a number of attractive amenities of […]

10 Odd & Interesting Off-the-Beaten Path Arizona Destinations

It is no secret that Arizona is home to some of the most unique landscapes in the country. With 6 distinct ecosystems, the state is one of the most geologically diverse in the country. Northern Arizona is most commonly associated with magnificent national parks, while the Southern portion of the state is most known for […]

Hiking Hotspot: A Picturesque, Relaxing Stroll Along Marg’s Draw in Sedona

Marg’s Draw is one of Sedona’s easiest & shortest trails, and it also happens to be located super close to town, so the combined hike & drive over will not take up too much of your day. The Marg’s Draw Trail is a perfect starting trail for just about anyone, as it is both easy […]

Hiking Hotspot: The Sugarloaf Summit Trail in Sedona, Arizona

Sedona, Arizona is an oasis for outdoor and fitness lovers. More and more tourists are planning trips to the area to take in the beauty of the stunning ancient red rock formations. On the downside, this means that this beautiful red rock wonderland is becoming less of a hidden gem and more of a popular Southwest […]

5 Places to Enjoy the Views in Sedona without Hiking

Sedona, Arizona is one of the most gorgeous vacation destinations in the Southwest, if not the entire country. With brilliant million+ year old rocks dominating the landscape, 100’s of miles of colorful red rock trails, and several healing natural vortex sites (more on vortexes later on), Sedona really is the perfect vacation choice for anyone […]

15 Fantastic Restaurants to Check out in Sedona, Arizona

As Sedona is becoming a prime Southwestern vacation destination nowadays, it’s no surprise that more and more restaurants are beginning to pop up around town. What once started as a simple one stoplight town has now become a thriving tourist hotspot. Despite the small year round population of just 10,000, Sedona boasts an impressive number of […]

The Chapel of the Holy Cross: Vortex & Views in Sedona

The Chapel of the Holy Cross is a gorgeous Roman Catholic church in Sedona, Arizona. What sets this unique church apart are the 2 towering red rock formations built around it. The chapel rises 200 feet from the ground with a 90 foot cross as the centerpiece. This beautiful work of art was inspired by […]

Hiking Hotspot: Peaceful Creeks & Red Rock Views along Sedona’s Huckaby Trail

Sedona is home to dozens and dozens of trails, some extremely difficult uphill climbs only for advanced hikers like the A.B. Young Trail, and others short, flat treks like Fay & Wilson Canyon, which are perfect for beginners. Then there are trails of moderate intensity which are perfect for regular exercises looking for a challenge, […]

Sedona’s Broken Arrow Trail: The Scenic Journey to Chicken Point

Broken Arrow, one of the easiest and most popular hikes in Sedona, offers some incredible red rock scenery. While the ending vista at Chicken Point is a fantastic place to soak in the tremendous red rock views, the journey itself (1.7 miles out-and-back) is quite a beautiful, and surprisingly, quiet experience. No crowds=great photo opportunities! […]

Little Horse Trail: An Enjoyable Sedona Workout with Fantastic Views!

Little Horse Trail, one of the numerous hiking options within the Coconino National Forest, is a moderate trail which is suitable for hikers of all skill levels. Despite the short distance, this trail provides an amazing look into Sedona’s majestic red rock landscape. If you are new to the area, Little Horse trail is a […]