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April 13, 2017

Take a Scenic Route to the Grand Canyon

Posted by: Lori Reinhold When many of our guests come to the Alma de Sedona Inn, not only are they looking for a lovely stay at a fabulous inn, but they are also interested in seeing the magnificent Grand Canyon. We’ll let you in on a little inn-sider knowledge: There is a unique route that […]


October 3, 2017

October Events in Sedona

Posted by: Lori Reinhold October is a busy month in Sedona. Many flock to Sedona in the fall when the temperatures start to cool down and the already beautiful desert landscape is awash in the changing colors of autumn. October is also the time when a host of fall-related activities begin to crop up on […]


October 25, 2017

The 5 Best Hikes in Sedona

Posted by: Lori Reinhold Hiking in Sedona tends to evoke words like “stunning,” “unbelievable,” and “awe-inspiring.” We couldn’t agree more. There is simply no better way to explore red rock country than getting outside and hitting one (or more) of Sedona’s countless world-class trails. We know that choosing the right one can be even more difficult […]


December 6, 2017

Our Guide to the Sedona Art Scene

Posted by: Lori Reinhold The American Southwest has always been a source of great inspiration for artists, musicians, and writers from all around the globe. The region has been immortalized by such greats as Maxfield Parish, Max Ernst, Georgia O’Keefe, and Walter Ufer. And don’t forget the Native American people who have been creating beautiful […]


December 27, 2017

Why Visit Sedona in the Winter

Posted by: Lori Reinhold Looking to escape the freezing weather and winter blues? A trip to Sedona might be just the answer. Winter is off-season in Sedona, meaning you’ll find lower prices, fewer crowds, and warmer temperatures than in other parts of the country. Winters in Sedona are mild, with temperatures ranging from the ‘30s […]


January 31, 2018

Spring Heritage Pecan & Wine Festival

Posted by: Lori Reinhold The Spring Heritage Pecan & Wine Festival is the largest event in Arizona wine country. However, this one-of-a-kind festival is about more than just wine. Now in its 18th year, the two-day Pecan & Wine Festival is Camp Verde’s fun-filled celebration of Northern Arizona in the springtime. Starting March 17th, come to […]


March 1, 2018

Our Favorite Sedona Festivals

Posted by: Lori Reinhold No matter what time of year you visit, there is always something exciting happening in Sedona. It’s one of our favorite parts of living here: there is no shortage of fun and unique things to do. Whether you are a yogi, cinephile, mountain biker, or beer lover, you are sure to […]


March 6, 2018

Stargazing in Sedona

Posted by: Lori Reinhold With its striking red-rock terrain, steep canyons and buttes, and vast stretches of verdant pine forest, the landscape of Sedona is one of the most vibrant and awe-inspiring in the world. However, if you don’t take the time to look up from the ground, you might miss half of Sedona’s beauty. […]


March 19, 2018

Our Tips for Visiting the Grand Canyon

Posted by: Lori Reinhold The Grand Canyon, one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World, is located right in Sedona’s backyard. People dream about visiting the park their entire lives and plan trips to this famous national treasure years in advance. If you stay in Sedona, all you have to do is make an […]


April 6, 2018

Sedona Wolf Week 2018

Posted by: Lori Reinhold Sedona Wolf Week is a beloved annual celebration of our wild canine friends. From April 17th until the 21st, wolf lovers descend on Sedona for five days of education, entertainment, and fundraising. Wolf Week’s mission is to spread an appreciation of these beautiful and fascinating creatures while helping to foster a peaceful […]