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Sedona Attractions

Major Sedona Attractions include the Red Rocks, Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona Vortex, Historic and Archaeological Sites

Sedona, Arizona attractions include unique sights and must-see places for visitors to experience and explore.

Cathedral Rock is purportedly one of the main vortex sites in Sedona Arizona.

The Vortex Riddle, Other World of Sedona Arizona

Thousands of years ago, only Native Americans knew this desert expanse with its rocks and creeks and canyons where they lived, fought and died on what they called their sacred land—what is now Sedona, “The Land of Fire." Traditionally sacred to all tribes of Turtle Island (North America), they came for a once-in-a-lifetime experience to seek a vision the Great Spirit might have for their lives.

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Chapel of the Holy Cross, Sedona, Arizona.

The Chapel of the Holy Cross, Sedona Architectural Landmark

The Chapel of the Holy Cross is a church built into the red rocks of Sedona, Arizona. It was originally a gift from artist and philanthropist Marguerite Brunswig Staude. People of all denominations from all over the world come to offer prayers, light a candle, and marvel at the building's distinctive architecture and astounding panoramic red rock vistas.

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The show pond at the Page Springs Fish Hatchery near Sedona, Arizona.

Sedona Day Trips: Page Springs Fish Hatchery And Other Cornville Attractions

Anyone seeking a day trip from Sedona that includes a top-notch nature experience, a gourmet lunch at a first class restaurant, and a premium wine tasting experience at local vineyards will be delighted by a short trip to the Cornville and Page Springs area. An easy 20-minute drive from Sedona, these two picturesque communities are located in the heart of the Verde Valley and offer a diverse mix of experiences for both area visitors and residents alike.

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