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Sedona is a small desert town in Arizona with a population of just over 10,000 but its scenery and history will make quite a large impression on you nonetheless. Surrounded by magnificent rock formations and canyons, it has some of the best hiking trails in the state. Plan to spend at least four days taking in the views, stargazing, having cookouts, and reconnecting with nature here. Book your car rental in advance with Enjoy Travel to explore Sedona with ease.
Guide to Sedona
Sedona lies within the Coconino National Forest in northern Arizona. Geologically, it’s close to the boundary between the Great Basin and the Sedona Plateau. Its famous Red Rocks get their color from hematite, also known as iron oxide.
Climate in Sedona
The climate is of the temperate semi-arid variety – summers are dry and hot, but not unbearable (80°F - 95°F). Winters are cool, with temperatures between 33°F and 37°F.
Things to do in Sedona
Marvel at the Chapel of the Holy Rock
Built into the side of a cliff, this architectural wonder feels like it was built in medieval times – probably because of the windows, which let you look out at the sprawling scrub forests and canyons. If you were ever to be awed by the vastness of creation, this would be the time.
Hike to Boynton Canyon
There are many hiking trails in Sedona, but the one to Boynton Canyon is arguably the most satisfying. After 7.3 miles of making your way through the wilderness, you’ll find yourself flanked by beautiful rock walls and in view of some Sinagua ruins. Another canyon you may want to hike to is Oak Creek Canyon, a river gorge halfway between Sedona and Flagstaff.
Explore pre-Columbian historical settlements
A number of old Native American sites, most of them identified with the Sinaguans, dot the landscape. The most well-known of these are at Palatki and Honanki. You may also want to drive to the Montezuma Castle and Tuzigoot National Monuments nearby. Finally, buy some souvenirs at the Tlaquepaque Arts and Shopping Village.
Eating out in Sedona
On the banks of Oak Creek, treat yourself to some fine dining at Cress On Oak Creek. Everything from their Belgian waffles to Spanish octopus is delicious! For a taste of home food from a warm and friendly host, head to Golden Goose American Grill and ask chef Lou Anne for some of her special bacon cheeseburgers. At Dahl and DiLuca Ristorante Italiano, you may find yourself wondering if you are on the magical set of a Shakespearan romance! Enjoy the view of the red rocks at Open Range Grill and Tavern, whose smoked chicken wings are a delight.
Fly to Flagstaff Pulliam Airport (FLG) and then drive 25 miles (40 min) to reach Sedona.
Getting Around Sedona
There is one public bus line (Verde Lynx) that connects Sedona with Cottonwood. You can also sign up for a guided tour offered by numerous tour companies if you wish to see the main tourist highlights. If you wish to see sights off the beaten track or want more convenience and flexibility with timings, the best option is to rent a car with a reputed car rental agency like Enterprise, Alamo, or Sedona Car Rentals.
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