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Sedona feature stories include informative as well as entertaining pieces on life in Sedona, Arizona.

San Francisco Peaks by photographer Ted Grussing.

Earthquakes in Sedona and Beyond

Sedona and Northern Arizona are high desert places filled with magnificent, other-worldly rock formations. Many were created by the effects of erosion and tectonic movement over vast stretches of time; others, monuments of ages past, are the result of sudden, violent forces, such as volcanic eruptions. I thought about this topic while reflecting on a recently asked question: “Do we experience earthquakes here in Sedona?” The answer is: “Yes! Sometimes…”

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Laws Spring Native American Petroglyphs

Arizona's First People — Native American Indians, Sedona, Northern, and Central Arizona

Native American culture and history play an immediately present and dynamic role in the life of northern and central Arizona. Visit amazing ancient sites attributed to the Sinagua people, and learn more about the modern day Hopi, Navajo, Yavapai, and Apache of Arizona's Verde Valley.

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