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Sedona Sedona Sedona
Central ArizonaSedona is known by many as "Red Rock Country” and is a magical place of art and culture located in Central Arizona. Friendly locals and beautiful surroundings make this quite the popular destination.
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ArizonaStart planning your Arizona vacation with the Official State Visitor's guide - available in print, electronically, or both. Fill out the form to request your free travel packet, which includes an Arizona Official State Visitor's Guide and an Arizona state highway map. The Arizona Office of Tourism ships domestically as well as the following countries only: United Kingdom, Germany, France, Japan, Canada and Mexico.
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Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood
Central ArizonaVisit Cottonwood- Heart of Arizona Wine Country. Experience the Verde Valley Wine Trail, outdoor adventure, family fun, charming Old Town, and so much more.
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Sedona, Arizona Travel Guide

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Sedona is one of the world’s most beautiful destinations. Red Rock Country’s stone cathedrals soothe and energize in a magical combination of light, shadows, sounds and sensations. Songwriters, poets, spiritual seekers and artists have sought inspiration in Sedona for generations, and today its allure is as powerful as ever. 
 
Modern Sedona boasts world-class resorts with unique al fresco spa and massage treatments that incorporate Sedona’s famous stones and flora. As foodies everywhere know, our fine dining rivals the world’s most sophisticated venues, with farm-to-table experiences featuring wines from our Verde Valley, recently named an American Viticultural Area on par with Napa and Sonoma Valleys.
 
The journey into the heart of Red Rock Country and Oak Creek Canyon takes you along hundreds of miles of well-maintained US Forest Service trails leading to stunning vistas, towering monoliths, deep canyons, silent splendor, soothing strolls along magnificent Oak Creek, profound spiritual moments and unforgettable experiences to remember forever with your loved ones.
 
Our golfing, ballooning, jeep tours and art galleries fill your Sedona days with variety and excitement. Mountain biking is extremely popular; our March Mountain Bike Festival draws thousands of riders worldwide, all of whom pledge to interact with Sedona’s fragile ecosystem responsibly.
 
Environmental sustainability is a Sedona value we love to share with our visitors. We strongly encourage you to take the Sedona Cares Pledge, introducing you to 10 commitments that will assure you are part of sustainable Sedona– not a contributor to the environmental challenges tourism often presents. Our partnership with Leave No Trace shares how you can act to preserve Sedona for generations to come by practicing the Leave No Trace 7 Principles of interacting with our wild places.
 
Sedona is a major gateway to the Grand Canyon, a little more than two hours away via Oak Creek Canyon, rated a Top 5 American Scenic Drive by Rand McNally. Flagstaff’s cool pines and excellent skiing are just 45 minutes away, and the Verde Valley, with its prehistoric sites, historical landmarks and popular wine trail, is right next door.
 
Combine it all with year-round mild weather featuring crisp, clean air and abundant sunshine, and Sedona effortlessly places itself at the top of your list for your next vacation destination.

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Sedona Sedona Sedona
Central ArizonaSedona is known by many as "Red Rock Country” and is a magical place of art and culture located in Central Arizona. Friendly locals and beautiful surroundings make this quite the popular destination.
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Arizona - The Grand Canyon State Arizona - The Grand Canyon State Arizona - The Grand Canyon State
ArizonaStart planning your Arizona vacation with the Official State Visitor's guide - available in print, electronically, or both. Fill out the form to request your free travel packet, which includes an Arizona Official State Visitor's Guide and an Arizona state highway map. The Arizona Office of Tourism ships domestically as well as the following countries only: United Kingdom, Germany, France, Japan, Canada and Mexico.
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Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood
Central ArizonaVisit Cottonwood- Heart of Arizona Wine Country. Experience the Verde Valley Wine Trail, outdoor adventure, family fun, charming Old Town, and so much more.
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