About Sedona, AZ

Local Weather Information

Sedona is known worldwide for the splendor of its red rock formations, moderate climate and the most beautiful display of nature's wonders.

Nestled in the heart of central Arizona and surrounded by the Coconino National Forest, Sedona sits in two Counties, Yavapai and Coconino. At approximately 4500 feet above sea level, Sedona enjoys four delightfully mild seasons.

Ther Breathtaking beauty of Sedona attracts environmentally conscious and culturally diverse people people such as artists, writers, entrepeneurs, retirees and many visitors.

Visitors can find a full range of activities providing a variety of ways to experience Sedona. Jeep tours offer many journeys throuhghout Red Rock country. Balloon, Helicopter and airplane tours are a great way to capture the scinic surroundings and trolleys to take you through the streets with fully narrated tours.

Outdoor minded people are ecstatic when they explore the natural wonders that await them. There are many areas open to hiking including the magnificent Oak Creek Canyon, Boynton Canyon, Schnebly Hill Road, Red Rock Loop Dr., Verde Valley School Rd. and Chapel Rd.

Sedona's lodging, fine restaurants, night spots, galleries and shops offer services, at price ranges to fit every need.

We hope that your visit to our community is one you will remember for a long time to come.

Sedona Chamber of Commerce,(520) 282-7722.


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