Top 5 Sights in Sedona

October 11, 2017

Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to own this sophisticated estate near Sedona’s best attractions. In Sedona, AZ you can get to know nature in all her stunning beauty by car, Jeep tour, bike, hiking, climbing, white water rafting, and more. While there are many unforgettable sights in Sedona, here are our top five. They’re can’t miss!

Red Rock State Park

This 286-acre nature preserve outside Sedona town center offers some of Sedona’s best hiking trails through the green meadows beside Oak Creek and stunning red rock formations. Learn about the area’s geologic, natural, and cultural history at the park’s visitors center.

Bell Rock

For a combination of hiking, scrambling, and climbing, Bell Rock is the perfect way to spend a few hours. Spectacular panoramic views of the surrounding mesas, red rocks, and canyons await those who make it to the top of this short (.75 mile) but challenging trail.

Coconino National Forest

At more than 1.8 million acres, Coconino National Forest is one of the greenest and most stunning areas in Arizona. Landscapes include ponderosa pine forests, flatlands, mesas, deserts, volcanic peaks, and alpine tundra. The forest surrounds Sedona, Flagstaff, and other municipalities, and is home to one of the area’s other top attractions: Devil’s Bridge. This steep, upward hike along a dusty path is a one-mile out-and-back trail, plus up to two miles to and from your car, depending on where you park. The trail features gorgeous red rock views, but the real climax is the world’s largest natural sandstone arch at the trail’s end.

Chapel of the Holy Cross

Built right into a red rock cliff face, The Chapel of the Holy Cross is the destination of many spiritual pilgrimages. More than half a century old, the structure towers 200 feet above the ground and features a huge cross that looks like it was been wedged into two enormous rocks by giants. Even the views from the top are nothing short of awe-inspiring.

Montezuma’s Castle National Monument

While not actually associated with the Aztecs, Montezuma’s Castle was built into the side of a cliff and lived in thousands of years ago. The Sinagua people who called it home used ladders to reach 20 rooms that provided them with refuge from seasonal floods. Today, you can snap photos of the wonder, as well as learn about the history of the area at the visitor center and museum.

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