Sedona Journals

The Red Rock Walk

An April 2003 trip to Sedona by klfinne

Quote: Wonderful weather, views, and walks after a long and busy business trip in NV. The Red Rock Canyons seem to pop up out of nowhere from a sea of green. The first time I drove into Sendona I thought that the pictures on the web were misleading because it look like home with the hills and the trees. But then we made one turn and the red rock columns just shot up from the ground and they were everywhere. The state park has very well marked trails that gets you views of all the canyon's beauty. A camera is a must and a good pair of walking shoes! The people were very friendly and the prices were reasonable. We did the majority of cooking at the resort so the local Safeway was a lifesaver. This is a naturelovers place to be. Creeks, waterfalls, walking trails, and grand views. Within a few miles you can drive to a variety of site-seeing must! From the Castel built in the cliffs to a natual spring lake. For the girls - it is great. With the low humidity, the makeup and hair seems to stay on forever. For the artist in you - you will fine wonderful shops to walk thru. But be careful, about one in four actually has prices that you can afford.

Sedona Pines Resort

Hotel | "Sedona Pines"

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Small but very nice. They are like a small mobilehome, but has everything that you will need. They are in the process of expanding and creating more adult related activities.

Member Rating 3 out of 5 on May 2, 2003

Sedona Pines Resort
6701 W HWY 89A
Sedona, Arizona 86336
(928) 282-6640

Red Rock Loop

Attraction | "Take a good pair of shoes!"

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You are away from it all. You do see some houses nearby, but you do not hear cars, planes, or voices while on the trail. You really feel that you are the only one there! Each side of the park gives you a different view and feel. The plants are even different.

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on May 2, 2003

Red Rock Loop
Red Rock State Park
Sedona, Arizona 86336