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Visiting Sedona

Full of unique desert landmarks like the stark steeples of Cathedral Rock, Sedona, Arizona, is one of the southwest’s natural wonders. The distinct, red-rock terrain keeps outdoorsy types delighted with Jeep treks, swimming holes, and hiking through amazing formations like Oak Creek Canyon. Mystics, on the other hand, come in search of converging cosmic energy fields known as “vortexes” and yoga hikes. Its new-age reputation aside, you just can’t help but appreciate Sedona’s ancient, raw beauty—a magical setting even cynics can’t dispute.

So whether you’re a first-timer or a frequent visitor, a business traveler or a budget explorer, IgoUgo has all the travel-planning tools and resources you need to create a memorable vacation. Read traveler reviews of the top hotels, restaurants, and things to do, browse amazing ... Read More
Full of unique desert landmarks like the stark steeples of Cathedral Rock, Sedona, Arizona, is one of the southwest’s natural wonders. The distinct, red-rock terrain keeps outdoorsy types delighted with Jeep treks, swimming holes, and hiking through amazing formations like Oak Creek Canyon. Mystics, on the other hand, come in search of converging cosmic energy fields known as “vortexes” and yoga hikes. Its new-age reputation aside, you just can’t help but appreciate Sedona’s ancient, raw beauty—a magical setting even cynics can’t dispute.

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Stories and Tips Sedona

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Red Rock Country

Written by RoBoNC on 25 Oct, 2011

After spending a few days in Phoenix baking in 100 degree temperatures, it was time to head up north to Flagstaff. On the way, we stopped at a National Park and detoured through one of the prettiest towns in the US. We decided…Read More


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Sedona Town Center

Written by Red Mezz on 21 Apr, 2010

It's an odd tip to make about a place, but if you blink, you might miss the heart of Sedona. Part of this is probably due to the road works which have made a real mess of the place and most of your concentration…Read More


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Grand Canyon Shopping

Written by vampirefan on 17 Apr, 2010

One thing you can be sure of at the Grand Canyon. That is that you can find plenty of places to spend you vacation dollars. There are about a dozen gift shops located within the park. Here they offer things from under a dollar to…Read More


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Grand Canyon Lodges

Written by vampirefan on 17 Apr, 2010

If you are going to the Grand Canyon, then you will most certainly want to spend at least the night here. And there are several hotels within the Canyon so you can end your night here and then be ready for thing in the morning…Read More


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Sedona, AZ

Written by vampirefan on 17 Apr, 2010

After hitting Montezuma’s Castle, we were headed to Williams to take the train to the Grand Canyon. Before our last stop of the day, we took a detour into Sedona to take a ride with the Pink Jeep Tour Company. The drive in here is…Read More


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Trip Overview

Written by vampirefan on 17 Apr, 2010

Overview. I arrived in Phoenix 2 days ahead of my travel agent trip, to enjoy this amazing city. While there I was fortunate enough to stay at the grand and luxurious Arizonian Biltmore . I even got Ron and Nancy’s room when they were…Read More


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The Unbelievable Red Rocks...

Written by Red Mezz on 08 Apr, 2010

For anyone who has never been to Arizona before, you are in for a spectacular treat. Often thought of as a 'tourist' destination because of the The Grand Canyon and other landmarks - the state is also often disregarded as an excellent stop off…Read More


Red Rock Pass Required

Written by Moira126 on 20 Mar, 2010

A Red Rock Pass is necessary to park or "recreate" in various popular spots in Red Rock Country. This was their way of ensuring that they have funds to maintain and preserve the various scenic landscapes and popular spots of Sedona. Every vehicle…Read More


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"Why Are the Red Rocks of Sedona Red?"

Written by Moira126 on 19 Mar, 2010

Driving about 2 hours north of Phoenix on AZ 179 off I-17, the desert brown landscape gives way to the distinct reddish tinged scenery letting you know that you are arriving in Red Rock Country, in beautiful Sedona. The amazing attractions are the fabulous red…Read More


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Exploring Sedona by Car

Written by MilwVon on 03 Apr, 2009

Hopefully you have read (and enjoyed) my review of our Pink Jeep Broken Arrow tour in Sedona. It was a highlight of our eight day vacation in Northern Arizona. If you don’t have the time or inclination to tour Sedona by jeep, you…Read More


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