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Unforgettable awe-inspiring air tours are available to the south rim of the Grand Canyon and many destinations in the Southwest. Explore the red rocks of Sedona, Oak Creek, Secret and Sycamore Canyons, Monument Valley, Lake Powell and more.
Exclusive to guests and members only, the par-70 Seven Canyons golf course, designed by PGA Tour great Tom Weiskopf, measures over 6,700 yards from its championship tees and includes sports small greens, narrow fairways, well-placed bunkers, natural water features, mature trees and creative elevation changes.
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Grand Canyon Tours
Sightseeing tours of the Grand Canyon, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, are easily arranged and undertaken from Sedona. Choose from a range of tours, from a two-hour canyon ‘fly over’ to a full-day experience that combines ground and helicopter tours. See the Painted Desert, Navajo Reservation and the 12,600-foot San Francisco Peaks on the way to a magnificent flight over the canyon’s spectacular South Rim.
See Sedona’s famous red rocks, descend into spectacular canyons and explore ancient Sinagua ruins from the comfort of a Bell Jet Ranger helicopter. Immerse yourself in the splendor of Sedona’s landscape from a unique point of view. A highly skilled pilot will answer all your questions and provide an in-flight narrative as you enjoy an up-close, intimate journey.
Hot-Air Balloon Rides
View the spectacular scenery of Sedona and beautiful red rock country while experiencing the truly magical feeling of soaring gently with the wind. Natural wonders and spectacular high desert vistas will surprise and delight you. The fun begins with the exciting inflation of the balloon and continues as you rise with the sun during the ascent.
Climb aboard a Jeep and explore Sedona’s red rocks, Native American history and culture, nature, geology and panoramic vistas. On Friday, Saturday and Sunday, there are select jeep tours available directly from the resort. (Broken Arrow always departs from Uptown Sedona)
Parks, Sites & National Monuments
While visiting Sedona, you may want to plan an excursion to some of the following key sites, national monuments or state parks.
Take a historic journey through the Verde River Canyon on a mining railway that dates back to 1911 or journey to the Grand Canyon from Williams, Arizona, on a steam locomotive.
Bring a camera and a picnic lunch for a scenic outing through Uptown Sedona into Oak Creek Canyon. Alternately, venture out to Red Rock Loop Road which showcases the famous Cathedral Rock. Winding atop a mesa, Airport Road is a popular spot to take in a spectacular sunset. Discover why the drive to Oak Creek Canyon is a top ranked scenic drive in the US.
Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village
Explore luxury shops, fine restaurants and arts and crafts galleries in a village setting of courtyards, splashing fountains and flower gardens. Tlaquepaque is located in Sedona on State Route Highway 89A.
Northern Arizona Wine Tours
Embark on a Cottonwood, Page Springs or Jerome wine tour. Join an intimate group excursion to sample and learn about the wonderful wines on the Verde Valley Wine Trail. These educational Arizona wine tasting tours are a great way to visit the region’s award-winning wineries & tasting rooms.