Seek peace – rejuvenate – relax, kick back….
in Sedona AZ!
Sedona is known as a Spiritual Center, a place where you can come to relax, enjoy the scenery, or to delve deeper into the spiritual side of yourself. The beauty of Sedona draws people from all over the world. There are many activities on can do, such as hiking, jeep tours, sight seeing, or playing golf.
Sedona is located in Arizona’s high desert , 2 hours north from Phoenix AZ. People from all over the world visit Sedona for its breath taking beauty, its abundant sunshine and clean air. Whether you come for the golf, hiking retreat atmosphere, or spiritual awakening and healing, Sedona is the place to visit.
The town Sedona, is situated at the mouth of spectacular Oak Creek Canyon, is a unique place with massive red rock formations. Oak Creek Canyon is listed as one of the most scenic drives in all of the USA. West Fork Trail, a national parks is not to be missed, with its many creeks and towering red rock formations along the trail.
The city of Sedona has four mild seasons, and abundant sunshine year round. Ideally, the annual average high and low temperatures are 84.5 and 45.7 degrees, respectively.
Other Things To Do In Sedona
Hot Stones Therapy Massage
Aroma Therapy Massage
Aura/Chakra Reading and Balancing
Hiking the Sedona Red Rocks
Slide Rock Swimming
Vortex Tour On The Land
Famous Oak Creek Canyon Drive
Montezuma Well National Monument
Montezuma Castle National Monument
Tuzigoot National Monument
Explore Jerome State Historical Park
Boynton Canyon Hiking and Vortex Tour
Visit one of the Golf Resorts
Getting to Sedona
From Phoenix Start: Phoenix, Arizona
Total Distance: 113.4 Miles
Estimated Total Time: 2 hours
1: Take I-17 North / Flagstaff 98.4 Miles
2: At exit 298, Exit Ramp 0.2 Miles
3: Turn LEFT (West) onto SR-179 [FR-618 Rd] 0.1 Miles
4: Keep STRAIGHT onto SR-179 14.2 Miles
5: Turn RIGHT (East) onto SR-89A [N HWY-89A] 0.2 Miles
1. Take I-17 North / Flagstaff
2: At exit 287, Turn LEFT onto AZ-260 west toward 89A
3. Turn right on AZ-89A and continue into Sedona, Arizona