Here's a List of Some of the Most Popular Things To Do in Sedona:

 

 

 

Take a Jeep Tour

Ranked the number one activity by visitors to Sedona. There are numerous tour companies offering 2 to 4 hour tours. Whether you're seeking rugged adventure, Native American history and culture, nature, geology, or panoramic vistas, there is a tour for you. Try Pink Jeeps exciting "Broken Arrow" Tour.

 

 

 

    

Shop

VisitTlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village. A visit to this recreated Mexican Village includes delicious Dining, Art Galleries and Stores featuring local arts and crafts. Other shopping areas include Hillside Shops, and Uptown Gallery Area. Buy Native art & jewelry or watch artists create at the local Galleries.

 

 

 

    

Ride the Sedona Trolley

276 N. Highway 89A | 928.828.4211

Daily scheduled Tours that take you to all the best places in town. Each Tour lasts approximately 1 hour. The Tours are fully narrated with information on the History, Geology, Climate, Flora and Fauna of the area.

 

 

 

    

Take a Hike

There are 100+ Hiking Trails in the Coconino National Forest. Some of the most popular Hikes are the West Fork Trail, a wonderful, picturesque Hike along a flowing creek; Fay Canyon Hike, a pleasant Hike through a Canyon with wonderful views; Llama Trail; this Loop Hike provides views of Bell Rock, Courthouse Butte and Cathedral Rock.

 

 

 

    

Visit the Vortexes

Sedona possesses several naturally occurring Energy Vortexes, which could be described as subtle, spiraling currents that emanate from the earth. Purported to increase spiritual growth and personal enlightenment, these spots are incredibly popular. There are 4 main Energy Vortexes; Boynton Canyon, Bell Rock, Cathedral Rock and near the Sedona Airport.

 

 

 

    

Visit a National Monument

Within an easy drive from the Hilton Sedona Golf Resort & Spa is a number of National Monuments including Wupatki, Tuzigoot, Walnut Canyon, Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument, and Montezuma Castle.

 

 

 

    

Have a picnic and spend the day at Slide Rock State Park.

The park is named after the famous Slide Rock, a stretch of slippery creek bottom. Visitors may slide down a slick natural water chute or wade and sun along the creek.

 

 

 

    

Take a day trip to Jerome

Known as "America's Most Vertical City" and "Largest Ghost Town in America". Jerome's personality has changed dramatically in the past 30 years. Once a thriving mining camp between the late-1880s and early 1950s, Jerome is now a bustling tourist magnet and artistic community with a population of about 450. It includes a modicum of Artists, Craft People, Musicians, Writers, Hermits, Bed and Breakfast owners, Museum Caretakers, Gift Shop proprietors and fallen-down-building Landlords.

 

 

 

    

Visit the unique Chapel of the Holy Cross

780 Chapel Rd.| Sedona, AZ

This spiritual citadel on a hill is one of the "must see" sights of Sedona. One of Sedona's earliest landmarks is also one of its most endearing--the Chapel of the Holy Cross, where people of all denominations come to offer their prayers, supplications, and praises--and to marvel at the building's distinctive architecture and the panoramic vistas from its site.

 

 

 

    

Play a round of Championship Golf

Walk across the street to the Club House on the Green.

Golf at the Sedona Golf Resort adjacent to the Hilton Sedona Golf Resort & Spa. Winding around the famed Red Rocks of Sedona, each hole provides a unique adventure. No other Sedona Golf Course has a better combination of jaw-dropping splendor and exceptional challenge. The Sedona Golf Resort is widely considered among the 'World's Most Unforgettable Golf Experiences'.

 

 

 

  

Take a guided day trip to the Grand Canyon

Spend the day taking in the beauty of Grand Canyon in a chauffeured air conditioned van. Learn about the Grand Canyon's geology and cultural history while strolling to view points or Hiking to remote vistas.

 

 

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