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Explore Sedona in Northern AZ
Straddling the line between Coconino County and Yavapai County, Sedona is known as the "Heart of Arizona Red Rock Country." Located in Verde Valley in northern Arizona, Sedona is approximately two hours from Phoenix. Visitors must try the Pink Jeep Tours – featuring the Touch the Earth Vortex Tour and Coyote Canyons Tour.
Explore local history with a visit to Chapel of the Holy Cross. Admire red rock formations stationed around Sedona, including favorites Coffeepot Rock, Cathedral Mountain, Thunder Mountain, and the legendary Snoopy Rock. See these icons from on high with Sedona Air Tours – just one of many adventures in Arizona.
The intersection of Highway 179 and Highway 89A form a point of interest known as "The Y" – where a variety of local businesses are clustered. Browse art galleries like the Sedona Arts Center, plus gift shops, and old-fashioned dessert parlors like the Sedona Fudge Company.
Hit the greens at Oakcreek Country Club, Verde Santa Fe Golf Club, or Seven Canyons. Sedona serves as the gateway to Oak Creek Canyon to the north, home of popular Slide Rock State Park – a natural water slide area in Oak Creek.
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