Sedona, Arizona

Ideal for: Outdoor Enthusiasts, Art Lovers, Yogis

  • Located approximately 110 miles south of Grand Canyon National Park, Sedona’s breathtaking red rock formations and pine forests have long lured artists, spiritual seekers, and adventurers alike.
  • The surrounding canyons are a haven for outdoor recreation, including hiking, biking, horseback riding, camping, fishing, kayaking, and swimming.
  • Downtown is bustling with several shops, spas, yoga studios, art galleries, and acclaimed restaurants serving up a variety of cuisines.
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Renowned for its unique sandstone formations, Sedona is a spiritual hub that has attracted travelers from all over the world in search of outdoor recreation, artistic inspiration, and self-discovery. A wellness hub, Sedona is home to dozens of spas, many of which feature Native American-inspired treatments that incorporate red rock clay and local fauna.

Although the city encompasses just 19 square miles, there’s plenty to do. Shop downtown, relax and rejuvenate at a spa or yoga studio, and discover the city’s vibrant arts community. Numerous trailheads on the outskirts of town lead to ancient cliff dwellings and heritage sites, caves and sinkholes, and never-ending views.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested Airports
    Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) or Flagstaff Pulliam Airport (FLG)
  • Peak Season
    March through May
  • Elevation
    4,350 feet
  • Car Needed?
  • Average Temperatures
    81°F in summer; 45°F in winter

Destination Highlights

  • Red Rock State Park

    This is Sedona’s pièce de résistance. Stop by the education center to learn about the canyon and the park’s animal inhabitants before traversing the hiking, biking, and equestrian trails that wind through the famed red rocks.

  • Chapel of the Holy Cross

    Built in the 1950s atop red rock buttes, this midcentury modern chapel is a surreal architectural landmark. It’s a perfect vantage point to take in stunning vistas of the surrounding Mystic Hills and the city below.

  • Oak Creek

    Beat the summer heat with a dip in the cool waters of the four swimming holes at Oak Creek. Feeling brave? Try cliff diving off Grasshopper Point, which drops 25 feet into one of the creek’s deepest points.



  • Forecasting Your Sedona Vacation

    With an average 278 sunny days a year, expect to enjoy blue skies and little precipitation most months. Despite summer highs in the 90s, it can cool down to the mid-60s in the summer evenings. Winter lows are in the low 30s with some cloudy skies and snow—mostly limited to higher mountain elevations nearby.


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