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101 Things to do in Northern Arizona

Northern Arizona is a surprisingly diverse area of the country, especially in comparison to its’ southern counterpart. Instead of the towering Saguaro cacti of the Sonoran desert, you will find yourself immersed in the largest ponderosa pine forest in the world. Instead of 6 months of ...

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6 Easy Sedona Hikes with Fabulous Red Rock Views

Sedona, Arizona is a natural wonderland – an amazing vacation destination for the hiker and nature lover. Hundreds of miles of trails give even the most avid hiker an endless supply of options. There is no ugly trail in Sedona – any hike will take you on a visually spectacular journey ...

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Hiking Hotspot: A Stunning Climb Up Doe Mountain in Sedona

For the most spectacular 360 degree views of Sedona’s stunning red rocks, plan for a climb up Doe Mountain. Although it may seem like a big feat, the 0.7 mile climb up to the mesa of Doe Mountain features a series of switchbacks with just 400 feet in elevation gain, thus making it a great ...

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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), ...

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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 ...

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Hiking Hotspot: A Quiet Nature Stroll Along Sedona’s Wilson Canyon Trail

Wilson Canyon is one of 5 Sedona hikes beginning near Midgley Bridge off of scenic Oak Creek Canyon drive. Several trails including the easy & short Wilson Canyon trail, the moderately difficult Huckaby and Jim Thompson trails, as well as the strenuous Wilson Mountain North and South trails ...

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Hiking Hotspot: Sedona’s Templeton Trail at Cathedral Rock

Sedona visitors looking for an easier, shorter trail which still offers stunning red rock scenery may just want to check out the Templeton Trail at Cathedral Rock. One of the newer trails in town, this beautiful course takes you along the base of the stunning Cathedral Rock formation. However, the ...

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Hiking Hotspot: Bell Rock Pathway in Sedona

Bell Rock is one of Sedona’s most popular hiking trails. Aside from the picturesque views of Sedona’s towering red rock formations, Bell Rock is also one of the 4 major vortex sites, making it one of the go-to trails for new tourists. The trail is scenic with fabulous viewpoints of ...

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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, ...

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Devil’s Bridge: Sedona’s Scariest Hike

A combination of fascinating red rock formations, beautiful forested lands, natural healing centers, and luxury resorts have made Sedona a popular getaway destination for over 4 million tourists each year. USA Today recently ranked Sedona as the most beautiful place in the US. The entire area is a ...

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