Top 10 Attractions to Visit In Sedona

HIKING

Keep an eye out for “Pancake Rock” which looks like a stack of pancakes carved out by Mother Nature. All trails in this area are open to hiking and there are some trail restrictions for biking.

JEEP TOURS

Getting outdoors in scenic Arizona doesn’t have just to be on the hiking trails: you can enjoy a fun Jeep tour as well. Pink Jeep’s Broken Arrow Tour is one of the favorites.


THE VORTEXES

What is a vortex? The term Vortex in Sedona refers to an area where the earth energy swirls resulting in the appearance of a tornado. The Airport Mesa Vortex is a must-see.

CHAPEL OF THE HOLY  CROSS

A Roman Catholic Chapel that travel experts all over the world call “enchanting” is another must see. They have many accessories and items to help any person along their spiritual path.


RED ROCK STATE PARK

It can take about 2 hours to half a day hiking these towering rock giants and offers more than 100 different trials. It requires a Red Rock Pass which is $5/day or $15/week.


When you hear visitors talking about authentic Sedona, they’re probably talking about Tlaquepaque. The unique village is home to an amazing arts and crafts center.


VERDE VALLEY WINE TRAIL

There are many Arizona wineries and tasting rooms. We recommend using Sedona Wine Tours to schedule your tour. Pickup and dropoff is at your Red Sedona Vacation Rental.


SPAS

You don’t have to stay at a hotel to enjoy the services of a spa. In fact, Mi Amo is just the place for you. Mi Amo is located at the Enchantment Resort, just about a 20 minute drive from the rental.


PALATKI HERITAGE SITE

The Palatki Indian Ruins is also one of the nicest examples of cliff dwellings. It features the Sinagua and later Indians in the Sedona area. It’s 1.2 miles round trip to the Ruins and is an easy trail.

SLIDE ROCK STATE PARK

Yet another beautiful park located in Sedona, Arizona. It’s been named one of America’s most scenic drives. Pricing is $10 per vehicle of 4 people.