Alma de Sedona Bed & Breakfast Inn, with its incredible Red Rock Views

Sedona's Significance to the Native People's of Arizona
Sedona's Significance to the Native People's of Arizona

Sedona's Significance to the Native People's of Arizona

Many people travel to Sedona to experience the rich Native American culture of the region. Humans inhabited the Verde Valley as far back as 11,500 B.C. That means there is a lot to explore during

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Fort Verde Historic Park

Fort Verde State Historic Park is one of the finest surviving examples of Indian Wars-era military architecture in the entire state

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A Night on the Town in Sedona
A Night on the Town in Sedona

A Night on the Town in Sedona

Sedona is mostly a destination for people who like to explore during the day. Visitors tend to use their time here to get outside, browse art galleries, or possibly treat themselves to a relaxing

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A Runner's Guide to Sedona

Sedona’s mild winter temperatures, diverse terrain, and beautiful landscapes make it a great place to go for a run. Sedona is truly a trail runner’s paradise. Whether you want a

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3 Unique Ways to Explore the Outdoors in Sedona

One of the main reasons people visit Sedona is to explore the great outdoors. While hiking is by far the most popular outdoor activity, there are so many other unique ways to experience the majesty

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5 Ideas for Family Fun in Sedona

Sedona is often considered a destination for couples looking for a romantic weekend escape and individuals ready to explore nature or seek spiritual fulfillment. However, Sedona also offers a

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