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Geologic Formation
Cathedral Rock , Sedona
Soak in the dramatic scenery of red desert hills and endless blue sky while hiking at Cathedral Rock. One of the state’s most iconic landmark
Tours from $55
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Scottsdale’s 2020-2021 #1 ranked TripAdvisor outdoor activity. Our rigorous Sunset Desert Jeep Tour is a bumpy off-road sightseeing tour through the scenic Jeep trails of the Tonto National Forest, north of Scottsdale, Arizona. Experience a world-famous Arizona sunset (weather dependent) as our professional tour guides teach you about the Sonoran desert flora, fauna, and Native American history. At sunset, we will stop at our panoramic lookout point overseeing the historic Great Western Trail.This is a public tour (not private). Public tour vehicles: Modified open-air vertical-row (sideways) seating Jeep Gladiator (14 seats) and Jeep YJ (7 seats).Total duration of this tour ranges from 2 to 3 hours depending on the time of year. Confirm the exact end time with your tour guide before the tour. Off-Road Jeep Adventures is a special recreation permit-holder through the U.S. Department of Agriculture: Cave Creek Ranger District.There is an individual weight limit of 275 lbs
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Spas , Sedona
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Religious Site
Built into the red sandstone cliffs of the Sonoran Desert, Chapel of the Holy Cross offers panoramic views of the region's rugged landscape.
Tours from $46
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Geologic Formations · Hiking Trails · Sacred & Religious Sites
Whatever you choose from a long list of things to do in Sedona, you're likely to be charmed by the great outdoors of the "Red Rock Country." Red desert hills and sandstone formations at Cathedral Rock remain the city's major attraction and one of Arizona's most iconic landmarks. Families visiting Sedona with kids should visit Slide Rock State Park--children will love playing in the pools and on the natural water slide. Devil's Bridge Trail offers visitors a chance to experience rugged terrain without the strain of an intense hike. The city also boasts a lively arts community, which you can explore at Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village.

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Where to stay in Sedona

One of the southwest's most popular tourist destinations, Sedona offers some of the most luxurious accommodations in this part of the country, including opulent hotels and lavish resorts. These establishments can be quite pricey, but in addition to rooms packed with high-tech features, they also offer free parking, spa treatments, and fine dining. If you wish to get out of town and explore the famous
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