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September 15, 2016

A Brief History of Red Rocks

Posted by: Lori Reinhold Red Rock State Park is a popular site for visitors when they come to Sedona. The park offers stunning views of the surrounding red rocks, not to mention the unique hiking opportunities and an environmental education facility. Ten developed hiking trails allow visitors to walk through native manzanita and juniper to …


November 1, 2016

Spend a Day in History in Nearby Clarkdale

Posted by: Lori Reinhold At Alma de Sedona Inn, we have endless, incredible and inspiring natural vistas for you to enjoy during your stay. But in addition to the luxurious amenities and sprawling vistas of our inn’s immediate surroundings, during your stay you can also take a quick 30-minute trip to the neighboring town of …


November 16, 2016

Plan Your Stay Now for the Sedona International Film Festival

Posted by: Lori Reinhold Do you consider yourself a film buff or are you interested in watching movies that could potentially have a big impact on Hollywood at some point in the near future? If so, then you should consider attending the Sedona International Film Festival in Sedona, Arizona. Every year, directors, actors and producers …


December 9, 2016

See the Stars Like Never Before at the Lowell Observatory

Posted by: Lori Reinhold Is there anything quite like spending a clear evening gazing up at the stars? If you like to spend a few hours looking into space and you’ve never been to the Lowell Observatory, it’s time to book your trip! The Lowell Observatory is located in Flagstaff, Arizona, and was originally built in 1894 …


January 14, 2017

Explore the History of the West in Jerome

Posted by: Lori Reinhold Jerome, Arizona is a quaint little mining town near Flagstaff. Originally known as a mining town, the small settlement quickly grew into a booming mining area. Today, guests at the Alma de Sedona Inn can take a trip and explore some of this history of the West by taking a visit …


January 18, 2017

See Ranch Life of the West Up Close

Posted by: Lori Reinhold Spending some time in sunny Sedona, Arizona can be relaxing, rejuvenating and even educational. Did you know that the V Bar V Ranch is just a few miles from the Alma de Sedona Inn? The V Bar V Ranch is part of the University of Arizona’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. This …


February 16, 2017

Riding through History at M Diamond Ranch

Posted by: Lori Reinhold When you’re visiting the scenic Sedona area, you can’t pass up an opportunity to learn to ride horseback, and luckily for you, there are lots of spots just a few minutes away from the Alma de Sedona Inn that offer incredible horseback riding experiences – and more! Our favorite in the …


February 17, 2017

Hit the Trails and Hike the Sights of Arizona

Posted by: Lori Reinhold Sedona is an oasis in the desert of Arizona, and for those who enjoy exploring nature, there are many activities that can be done in the area. There are many public parks offering access to the incredible scenery of the region, so it should be no wonder that Sedona is an …


March 2, 2017

Explore History at Montezuma Castle and Montezuma Well

Posted by: Lori Reinhold You probably know who Montezuma is – the ninth ruler of the Aztec empire before the Spanish conquered them in the early 16th century, as the Ancient History Encyclopedia will tell you. But did you know that there is a Montezuma Castle in Arizona that isn’t associated with the Aztec ruler and …


March 23, 2017

Book Your Stay for Illuminate Film Festival

Posted by: Lori Reinhold The Illuminate Film Festival is a unique festival that focuses on showcasing inspiring stories that challenge the human experience. The goal of the festival is to inspire viewers to lead more enlightened lives and be more conscious of the world and other people around us. Each year, this festival is held …