Sedona exists at an impossible intersection of soul-nourishing wilderness and pampered luxury—where soaring red rock monoliths cradle an array of resorts, spas, art galleries and boutique wineries. Our singer/songwriter of “Sedona Skies” Brittanny Bickman was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona. She started playing music and singing when she was around the age of 14. While attending school at Northwest Christian School, she was a member of the chorale choir that won the West Valley Junior Excellence Award from Arizona State University in the area of the Arts. Listen to “Sedona Skies” again!


2014 Gold NATJA Winner for Best Destination Video.

Start with scenery that makes your heart leap. Sedona nestles among a geological wonderland. Multi-hued stone formations jut upwards from the high desert floor creating a vivid, mesmerizing setting that changes hourly with the light. When USA Weekend compiled their Most Beautiful Places in America list, Sedona claimed the top spot.

Surrounded by 1.8 million acres of national forest land, visitors have instant access to recreational activities. Trails for hiking and biking, along with bouncy jeep tracks, weave among the bristling forest of pinnacles, spires, buttes and domes. Yet, you’re never far from the indulgences of town.

Sedona is equal parts rugged, equal parts resort. Regarded by Native Americans as sacred, Sedona continues to be recognized as a place of healing and spiritual renewal. Many come to experience the vortex energy centers of Sedona. Others want to prowl the 40-plus art galleries lining the streets, or to receive soothing treatments from the dozens of spa facilities. Most recently, with its nearby vineyards and tasting rooms,Sedona has emerged as a destination for wine enthusiasts.

The perfect destination should seem exotic yet feel like coming home. That is the very definition of Sedona, a small town blessed with an abundance of scenic beauty. Come experience it for yourself.

Leaf Peaking?

Fall brings out our colors!

For all of you wanting to know the best time to come leaf peaking, you can see colors all around Northern Arizona and Oak Creek Canyon here on the leaf-o-meter.

The US Forest Service provides updates on the Coconino Forest and suggestions on the best time to arrive in Sedona if you want to enjoy the Fall.

Fall colored leaves looking at Oak Creek

Relax and Reconnect

Here’s a simple rule for happiness: Treat yourself as well as you treat your phone.

Soon as you notice your phone running low on energy, the frantic search for an outlet begins. Staying charged seems important these days. Shouldn’t that apply to you as well?

If you’re looking for a place to recharge yourself, there’s no need to do a search on your poor overworked phone. Instead, just head for Arizona. Plug yourself into a place where the landscape is so epic, it startles you, so diverse it overwhelms you. Rediscover wide-open spaces and a way of life you didn’t think existed anymore. Spend time in a place so enchanting it actually draws your eyes away from the screen of your phone, which suddenly seems very, very small.

Start with Sedona, the “Unplug. Connect.” Capitol of Arizona. Sedona has long been recognized as a place of spiritual possibilities, alive with energy and awash in heart-freeing beauty. Shake off the weariness of stress and work amid a bristling forest of red rocks—a setting often called the most spectacular in the country. The Native Americans who once resided here regarded Sedona as a sacred place and nothing has changed down through the centuries.


SEDONA Visitors Guide:

Want to know where to eat? Where to shop? Where to stay? Curious about special events? Sedona’s unique history? Or would you like to view a map of our most famous hiking trails?

Receive all the information you need from our FREE Sedona Visitors Guide.

You can order our glossy, magazine-style Sedona Visitors Guide, or view the guide online for free!

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