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Spirituality, science, things to do, tourist traps, and history -- Your complete Sedona Guide.

Oak Creek Canyon

Most people know Arizona for the Grand Canyon, and Oak Creek Canyon is not nearly as popular. However, it is this state's second largest attraction. Oak Creek Canyon is very diverse because of the...

Red Rock Pass

Several people have asked why a Red Rock Pass is required to park on the side of the road when you're in Sedona or the Oak Creek Canyon areas. At first glance, it seems like a quick way for the gover...


Most hiking locations in Sedona that are right in town are very popular, especially on the weekends. Parking can be difficult, though you're never alone. Parking off road requires a Red Rock Pass, w...

Red Rocks of Sedona

300 million years ago, most of Arizona was underwater. In fact, most of the Southwestern United States was underwater. This was the time when all of the individual continents that we know today were...

Sedona Vortexes

What Is A Vortex? A vortex is a spyraling energy. Examples of such are water spinning down a drain, or a tornado. There are other vortices that cannot be seen. Examples of these are the vortices...

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