A Day Amongst the Red Rocks of Sedona

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My friend of 10+ years and I decided to spontaneously make the two-hour drive from Phoenix, AZ to Sedona last Friday. It was well worth it (always is). Sedona is home to boutique gem shops, upscale resorts, dreamy desert homes, red rocks and canyons, beautiful drives, organic fruits, vortexes and many hiking trails.

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This isn’t our first rodeo. There was a time where we’d visit Sedona (seemingly) every weekend just to hike a new trail.

Some of my personal favorite are:

  • West Fork (pictured above and below)

  • Devils Bridge

  • Soldiers Pass/Seven Sacred Pools

Other recommendations include:

  • Elote Cafe for dinner

  • Sunny days at Slide Rock

  • Chapel of the Holy Cross

  • Browsing the Sedona Arts Center + Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village

  • Seek out vortexes

  • Spa’s (if it’s in the budget)

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This is one of my favorite playlists to listen to when in Sedona (perfect for road-trips).

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Yes. The water was cold!

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