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During our stay in Sedona, we decided to drive up to Canyon Creek (West Fork) which was absolutely breathtaking! We actually walked a trail that took us to the basin of the canyon where we enjoyed wading in the clear, cold River water.
This is a beautiful drive! It is great to see all sites so drive slowly so you don't miss anything! There are lots of places to pull off and look and take pictures. There are also places to swim, but you will have to pay...More
I did not drive through the entire canyon, and I probably missed out. However, I did stop at the bridge along highway 89 just North of Sedona and took a small hike from the bridge down to the canyon. The views were spectacular. It reminded...More
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I would support all the places listed in the previous replies. Yes, take Oak Creek Canyon to Flagstaff and stop at the Dairy Queen where many of the Hopi's are selling their handmade goods. Their prices are better than... More
I would support all the places listed in the previous replies. Yes, take Oak Creek Canyon to Flagstaff and stop at the Dairy Queen where many of the Hopi's are selling their handmade goods. Their prices are better than what you will find in the shops in Sedona. Definitely do a Pink Jeep trip! Also definitely stop at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross. I don't care what your religion or spiritual affiliation is, this place is inspiring and breathtaking. There's also a little known vortex nearby, and you may feel the energy from it. Be sure to get a Prickly Pear margarita from one of the good restaurants downtown Sedona, too.