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The best restaurants in Sedona

The best restaurants in Sedona
Destination(s): Sedona

Sedona is tops for fine dinning and boy does it have fine dinning. L'Auberge de Sedona, Shugrue's Hillside Grill, El Rincon, and the Yavapai Restaurant offer delectable dishes and romantic atmospheres. D'Lish Very Vegetarian is a great place for a light lunch with tasty organic vegetables, and the Cowboy Club and the off-the-beaten-path Blazin' M Ranch is a great place for families. read more about The best restaurants in Sedona... Read More

Top things to do in Sedona

Top things to do in Sedona
Destination(s): Sedona

For a small town, there sure is a whole lot to do in Sedona. From easy and strenuous hikes to petroglyph exploring to swimming and art viewing. Pink Jeep tours is a great way to see the expanse of red rock without getting your feet dirty. There is something on this list for adventurers, shoppers, casual explorers, the feisty child, and historical aficionados. read more about Top things to do in Sedona... Read More

Nightlife among the red rock

Nightlife among the red rock
Destination(s): Sedona

This list is short, but sweet, offering visitors microbrews, dancing, live music, gambling, and even a playhouse. There are many bars in Sedona, but the Oak Creek Brewing Company is the only bar in town that serves it's own beer. On the weekends, there is live music as well. This and other locations were chosen for their proximity to downtown where visitors can light up the night, and stumble home safely. Check out to see what play is featured at the Super Vue Theater, or roll the dice at the Cliff Castle Casino. read more about Nightlife among the red rock... Read More

Sedona's hidden gems

Sedona's hidden gems
Destination(s): Sedona

You've hiked the trails, you've eaten well, and you're out of ideas. This list is for you. This eclectic list reflects activities many tourists go home knowing nothing about. For example, the Way of the Ancients Tour offers an unparalleled historical and cultural exploration of Sedona. The tour provides a sense of relevance to the amazing petroglyphs at Honanki and Palatki. The lists suggests, also, that you may have missed some artistic hot spots. And who ever heard of mountain biking at night? Under the light of a full moon, this is an experience you'll never forget. read more about Sedona's hidden gems... Read More

An affordable Sedona

An affordable Sedona
Destination(s): Sedona

There is a lot to see and do in Sedona and you can do it without making your wallet scream. This list offers cheap yet enjoyable activities, from hiking to camping. You can poke around Oak Creek Canyon, have fun in the water-soaked mossy sandstone at Slide Rock, or pull your dinner out of an active trout farm. Ditch your car and create your own adventure by renting a bike. the latter half of the list provides suggestions on several tasty places to eat on the cheap. read more about An affordable Sedona... Read More

Hike Sedona!

Hike Sedona!
Destination(s): Sedona

Camping, hiking, mountain biking - this list has it all. Something for the curious explorer to the hardcore adventurer, these hikes will take you to the most spectacular panoramic views in the park. They will unveil the most enchanting streams and rivers alongside ancient ruins and teaming wildlife. read more about Hike Sedona!... Read More

Sedona's rich history and culture

Sedona's rich history and culture
Destination(s): Sedona

Some of the items on this list will take you off the beaten path a bit. Take the Way of the Ancients Tour and discover the cultural relevance of the red rocks and learn about the people that inhabited this land for centuries. Travel through history on the Verde Canyon Railroad and see the canyon the way it was experienced decades ago. Other places like Jerome will provide an overview of the mining boom and what happens to a ghost town when it is rekindled by hippies, artists, and friendly motorcycle gangs. read more about Sedona's rich history and culture... Read More

Lose yourself in the art of Sedona

Lose yourself in the art of Sedona
Destination(s): Sedona

One thing Sedona is not short on is art galleries. Sedona began as a kind of mecca for southwestern art, and remnants of this tradition are still obvious. There are galleries galore, as well as art museums, and demonstrations by established artists in the area. So pick up take a day or two and let these artists inspire you. Then take your paint brushes into the wilderness and see what happens. read more about Lose yourself in the art of Sedona... Read More

Kid Friendly Sedona

Kid Friendly Sedona
Destination(s): Sedona

Many vacationers with children try to pack Northern Arizona into a tight schedule, allowing only a few days for each hot spot: Sedona, Flagstaff, and the Grand Canyon. This trip guide is for those visitors with children eager to get the most out of only a few days. There is an epidemic sweeping the nation’s youth: Nature Deficit Disorder. Studies show that children today spend more time indoors than any other generation. That is why, this trip guide offers a lot of out-doors excursions that are easily accessible with breaks for parents to catch their breath. read more about Kid Friendly Sedona... Read More

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Destination(s): Grand Canyon National Park

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