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Activities Around Sedona

Sedona is known for countless activities and attractions. If finding a starting point feels challenging-we are here to help! Let our full-service concierge team point you in the right direction or answer any questions about the perfect activity to enjoy.

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Grand Canyon

113 miles

AZ-64 N | NW of Flagstaff
Millions of years old, thousands of feet deep, and hundreds of miles long, the Grand Canyon occupies a rightful place among the country’s most awe-inspiring natural wonders.

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Red Rock State Park

6.9 miles

4050 Red Rock Loop Rd | Sedona, AZ
Checking in at 286 acres, this nature preserve plays home to Cathedral Rock — arguably Arizona’s most famous red rock formation.

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Airport Mesa

1.6 miles

483 Airport Rd | Sedona, AZ
Hike this family-friendly trail, experience one of Sedona’s famed vortexes, and take in expansive, panoramic views at an elevation of 4,500 feet.

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Chimney Rock

1.3 miles

Skyview Way | NW of Sedona
Accessible via an interconnected trail network, this triple-spired outcropping is another prime example of Arizona’s seemingly-impossible red rock formations.

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Oak Creek Canyon

6.5 miles

AZ-89A N to Thompson Rd | NW of Sedona
Drive or hike your way through a scenic route replete with forests and glimpses of red rock. Be sure to visit Slide Rock for a refreshing respite from the Arizona heat.

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Chapel of the Holy Cross

5.9 miles

780 Chapel Rd | Sedona, AZ
Carved into one of Sedona’s many red rock buttes, this Catholic chapel appeals to individuals of all faiths with its singular architecture.

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Coconino National Forest

15.7 miles

AZ-89A N | Flagstaff, AZ
A must-see for nature lovers, this national park puts desert, forest, and tundra on full display.

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Seven Canyons Golf Club

5.2 miles

625 Golf Club Way | Sedona, AZ
Designed by 16-time PGA Tour winner Tom Weiskopf, this 7,000-yard course is as challenging as it is stunning, snaking through craggy red rock formations.

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Chateau Tumbleweed

20.5 miles

1151 AZ-89A | Clarkdale, AZ
Less than a decade old, this four-person wine-making operation has grown considerably since crafting its first bottle in 2011, yet remains an inherently Arizonan endeavor.

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Page Springs Cellars

12.7 miles

1500 N Page Springs Rd | Cornville, AZ
A 20-minute drive takes you to this desert-bound winery, growing Syrah, Grenache, and other varietals.

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Oak Creek Vineyards

12.4 miles

1555 N Page Springs Rd | Cornville, AZ
Situated alongside its namesake creek, this vineyard grows an array of varietals, continuing a winemaking tradition first imported to the area by 17th- and 18th-century Spanish missionaries.

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Sedona Wine Adventures

.3 miles

2370 W State Rte 89A #11-294 | Sedona, AZ
Explore the Verde Valley’s vibrant viticultural scene and enjoy a personalized tasting tour of the area’s best wineries.

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Canyon Mesa Country Club

10.1 miles

500 Jacks Canyon Rd | Sedona, AZ
Want to sneak some golf into a tight schedule? This nine-hole executive course offers all the allure of Sedona golf in half the time.

a woman horseback riding through the hills


Horseback Riding

Partake in Sedona’s true western heritage, and explore the Arizona backcountry. Enjoy a relaxing ride among the red rocks, and take in some of the region’s historical sights.

a man fly fishing in the river in sedona


Fly Fishing

Where we fish, there’s more to catch than brown and rainbow trout. Spectacular views, historical sites, and awesome wildlife make Northern Arizona a premier fly fishing destination.

an owl on top of a rock formation


Bird Watching

Home to roughly a third of the United States and Canada’s bird species, Northern Arizona offers exceptional bird-watching opportunities year-round. Settle in, break out your binoculars, and relax to the sound of songbirds drifting through the air.