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Mays Landing, New Jersey
March 20, 2010
From journal Stunningly Scenic Sedona
August 20, 2006
From journal A Sedona Inspiration
Heidelberg, Virginia, Germany
May 18, 2006
From journal Weekend Escape to Scottsdale, Arizona & the Sedona
by Emily Marie
Bronx, New York
January 15, 2006
From journal Memories of Sedona
Clinton Twp., Michigan
August 20, 2005
From journal Sedona, AZ: Red Rock Country
December 15, 2004
From journal A Geologist's Dream, A Layman's Rocky Paradise
Madison, New Hampshire
May 16, 2004
I spoke with several others from various groups and discovered the diverse beliefs and cultures yet all had a very similar experience as we did. I tell everyone who goes to Sedona to find the Chape of the Cross (it's off the beaten path) and experience the tranquil feeling of peace that washes over you as you enter it.
From journal Sedona Awakening
by Vicki Wilson
Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin
March 25, 2004
From journal Week in Sedona
March 8, 2004
It is required that most visitors park much further down the hill and face a steep walk upward. Exceptions are made for people with legal handicap parking permits and tour vans. If you arrive via tour bus, you will still have to park further down and walk up.
What do you find at the top? The view, a hoard of chatty visitors and tour guides talking at the top of their voices, people climbing on the rocks totally disobeying signs advising not to do so and a fair number of desert plants that survive the climate.
The view also now includes a remarkably close-up view of some Hollywood superstar’s mansion (including observatory) that is under construction just below the chapel. All sorts of folks try to build as close as possible to the famed vortex energy forces that some believe exist in Sedona.
It is certainly worth making the climb up, but remember, they who go up have to make their way down. I tried very hard to make sure that I didn't do so on my backside!
No charge for admission. Donations accepted. Small gift shop inside the chapel.
From journal Jerome AZ, Vortex, and Elder Hippies
Cary, North Carolina
August 8, 2003
From journal A week in Sedona and beyond