By: Sahil Luthra
The region boasts more than 100 different trails, each offering its own unique experience mostly lead into the red rocks, offering intrepid explorers plenty of postcard-worthy photo.
If your legs need a break from all the hiking, but you haven't had your fill of Sedona's stunning landscape yet, sign up for a Jeep tour.
Sedona's visitors often hear talk of vortexes cyclones of energy that come directly from the earth that can be felt by those in their presence.
The 7.5-mile Red Rock Scenic Byway, which starts after you take exit 298 off Interstate 17, has plenty to see and do.
This is designed by sculptor Marguerite Brunswig Staude in the 1950s.
Red Rock State Park is one of Arizona's most famous landmarks, this 286-acre nature preserve.
Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village this sizable outdoor shopping center was designed in the style of a traditional Mexican village.
Verde Valley near Sedona offers the dry climate and access to water that grapes need to thrive.
Mii Amo spa at the Enchantment Resort offers a special wrap infused with Sedona clay, along with Native American-inspired therapies.
For a glimpse of what life was like in the red rocks between A.D. 1150 and 1350, take a drive to the Palatki Heritage Site.
For those of you visiting Sedona during the hot summer months, a few hours at Slide Rock State Park is a must.