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Red rock hiking picture in Sedona
Hiking picture in Sedona
Spring in Sedona picture in Sedona
View from Airport Mesa picture in Sedona
Red Rock State Park picture in Sedona
Pink Jeep Tour picture in Sedona
Downtown Sedona picture in Sedona
Vortex View picture in Sedona
Chapel of the Holy Cross picture in Sedona
Bell Rock Vortex picture in Sedona
Hiking the Cathedral picture in Sedona
Ballooning over the Red Rocks picture in Sedona
Sedona Dining picture in Sedona
Slide Rock State Park picture in Sedona
Jeep Tours picture in Sedona
Palatki Heritage Site picture in Sedona
Palatki Heritage Site picture in Sedona
Tlaquepaque Village picture in Sedona
Tlaquepague Village picture in Sedona
Mii Amo Spa picture in Sedona
Chapel of the Holy Cross picture in Sedona

Before you set out on your trek through Sedona's red rocks, stop at The Hike House for information and tips on area trails and to pick up any gear or snacks for your journey.  Steve Smith Getty Images

Trekking to the Palatki Ruins is a popular hike for Sedona visitors. Amit Basu Photography Getty Images

Travelers will have the chance to see desert plants  like this prickly pear cactus  in full bloom if visiting in the spring.  eva101 Flickr

Airport Mesa offers 360-degree views of Sedona's famous red rocks. puuikibeach Flickr

You'll enjoy a stunning view of Cathedral Rock from Red Rock State Park. DeepDesertPhoto Getty Images

One of the most popular (and fun!) ways to get acquainted with Sedona's red rocks is to tag along on a Jeep tour. Courtesy of Pink Jeep Tours

Sedona is home to numerous art galleries and New Age boutiques. ronicadesign Flickr

Feeling out of whack? Head to one of Sedona's four vortexes to strengthen your femininity, masculinity or balance.  xinem Flickr

The designer of the Chapel of the Holy Cross  sculptor Marguerite Brunswig Staude – was a student of architect Frank Lloyd Wright. donds Flickr

Bell Rock is said to have the strongest energy flow of all the Sedona vortexes. DOUGBERRY Getty Images

The Cathedral Rock Trail is one Sedona's most popular hiking trails. zen! Flickr

A hot air balloon tour offers stunning views of Sedona that are otherwise ureachable.  Glenna Barlow Flickr

In Sedona, a restaurant's views are as important as its food. Che Ah Chi at Enchantment Resort is one of the city's top eateries. Courtesy Enchantment Resort

Slide Rock State Park offers some much-needed respite from hot Sedona summers. bill85704 Flickr

Jeep tours are one of Sedona's most popular tourist activities. twildlife Getty Images

Danita Delimont Getty Images

For a glimpse of what life was like in the red rocks between A.D. 1150 and 1350, take a drive to the Palatki Heritage Site. James Hager / robertharding Getty Images

Tlaquepaque's Mexican-inspired stucco walls house a variety of art galleries and restaurants. Rauluminate Getty Images

Rauluminate Getty Images

Mii Amo spa at the Enchantment Resort is considered one of the area's best spas. It's location among the red rocks of Boynton Canyon is pretty spectacular too. Courtesy Enchantment Resort

If you only have time for one cultural site, the Chapel of the Holy Cross should be at the top of your list. TriggerPhoto Getty Images

Red rock hiking picture in Sedona
Hiking picture in Sedona
Spring in Sedona picture in Sedona
View from Airport Mesa picture in Sedona
Red Rock State Park picture in Sedona
Pink Jeep Tour picture in Sedona
Downtown Sedona picture in Sedona
Vortex View picture in Sedona
Chapel of the Holy Cross picture in Sedona
Bell Rock Vortex picture in Sedona
Hiking the Cathedral picture in Sedona
Ballooning over the Red Rocks picture in Sedona
Sedona Dining picture in Sedona
Slide Rock State Park picture in Sedona
Jeep Tours picture in Sedona
Palatki Heritage Site picture in Sedona
Palatki Heritage Site picture in Sedona
Tlaquepaque Village picture in Sedona
Tlaquepague Village picture in Sedona
Mii Amo Spa picture in Sedona
Chapel of the Holy Cross picture in Sedona

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