Visit - Dry Creek Road - West Sedona provides wondrous hiking off of Dry Creek Road in many areas including Boynton Canyon. We have maps and hiking books as well as our own experience to share with you for all comfort levels of hikers. Just a drive out Dry Creek Road is a photographer's delight.
Visit - Red Rock Crossing - Cathedral Rock at Red Rock Crossing is the most photographed rock structure in Arizona, and will continue to be if we keep sending you out to this most beautiful of our local parks. ($8/car entry).
Visit - Red Canyon Ruins - The Palatki and Honanki ruins had been a Sedona secret for many years and not many visitors saw them even though they are the most spectacular ruins in the Sedona area not managed by the National Forest Service. You can actually enter the dwellings and there are pictographs and petroglyphs on the walls. There is a local Friends of the Forest volunteer to answer questions and protect the site
Visit - Red Rock State Park - There are hiking trails including the one to "The House of Apache Fire". You can take a guided hike here as well as guided bird hikes. This Arizona State Park is dedicated to environment education. There are films as well as displays. ($5/car entry)
Visit - Airport Mesa - Sunset at airport mesa or the airport vortex is a must. Drive up Airport Road from 89A in West Sedona.
Hike - Boynton Canyon — Three miles (each way) of a beautiful moderate hike. During the three hours hike you will enjoy a variety of landscapes and fantastic canyon views.
Hike - Doe Mountain — A short and very rewording hike. In only 35 minutes (0.7 mile) you reach the top of a flat mountain with great panoramic views of the area.
Hike - Bear Mountain — Probably the best hike in the area but not for the faint of heart. The trail moves up the mountain in a series of ascends each with a better view. Take lots of water and some food. Cell phone is a good idea in case of emergency.
Hike - Devil's Bridge — An easy 35 minutes hike to a natural bridge between two rock formations. It is highly recommended not to cross the bridge although many hikers do.
Shopping - Kachina House — The most exciting place in Sedona for Native Indian art lovers. As one of the largest wholesale businesses of Native Art in the country you will find great authentic art for very reasonable prices.
Dining - Heartline Café — Fine dining in a lovely homely setting. Try the pecan encrusted local trout.
Dining - Savannah's — Mid-Western Corn fed prime beef steak. Try to dine on Friday or Saturday when Dick Curtis sings "Oldies".
Dining - Dhal & DiLuca — Excellent Italian fare in a beautiful restaurant and a great service.
Dining - Euro Deli — Best freshly prepared sandwiches made with the best cold cuts and cheeses. Try the lunch specials.
Dining - India Palace — Great taste of Indian cuisine, with the Chicken Korma at the top of the list. The lunch buffet is a great deal.
Dining - Szechwan Restaurant & Martini Bar — Fine chineees food in a beautiful restaurant.