ACTIVITIES & EVENTS

SEDONA ACTIVITIES AND EVENTS

Things to do…Places to go in Sedona, Arizona

Red Rock Crossing near Sedona Cathedral Hideaway in Sedona, Arizona Only a 7 minute walk to this famous, iconic view.

You are close to town – just three miles away. This gives you easy access to shopping, theaters, tours, plays, art or music festivals and exceptional restaurants. Or just sit and relax at our two-acre property of pine and juniper trees and be at peace while watching the Gamble’s Quail, hummingbirds and other wildlife.

When it comes to sightseeing we will give you guidance on historic sites, scenic trails, famous artists and sculptors, and restaurants that only the locals know about. You can hike some of the most beautiful trails in the world right from our property. We can guide you to trails that are most suited for you, or maybe you prefer to experience the red rock wonders by air, on horseback, bicycle or a Sedona Jeep Tour. For those interested in the vortexes and metaphysical community, we can guide you in the best direction for that special experience. If you fly into the Sedona Airport, we will be happy to pick you up and bring you into our home or to your rental car.

Some great Sedona activities just minutes from the Sedona Cathedral Hideaway!

Call us to give you the latest update on these activities.
We will be glad to make the reservations for you.

Sedona Jeep Tours – Call us for recommendations and scheduling

A Day in the West
Red Rock Jeep Tours
Pink Jeep Tours
Earth Wisdom Jeep Tours
Safari Jeep Tours

Sedona Private Tours – Call us for information, scheduling and discount

http://www.SouthwestOutside.com

Fall colors in Sedona, Arizona – A 5 minute drive to Crescent Moon (Red Rock Crossing) Park overlook.

Amazing Fall colors with Cathedral Rock in the background, viewed from our bed and breakfast windows and grounds.

Sedona Activities – We act as concierge for you.  We assist you in finding the best activities for you.

July 4th – Indoor Patriotic Laser Light Show: http://www.sedonaaz.gov/Home/Components/calendar/event/6697/359

July 4th – family fun at Community Pool: http://www.sedonaaz.gov/Home/Components/Calendar/Event/6699/359

July 22-23 – Sedona’s National Day of the Cowboy Celebration: http://www.sedonamainstreet.com/events.htm


July 29-31 – Sedona Hummingbird Festival
http://www.SedonaHummingbirdFestival.com
Located 2 miles up our road

We have over 1000 hummingbirds at our feeders at this time of year.  We also have many professional hummingbird photos taken by Kathy Masters-Jaeckel, Co-Owner.  See our photos section of our website for Sedona wildlife and landscape, https://sedonacathedralhideaway.com/rooms-and-rates/photo-galleries/    or go to http://MastersImpressions.com for a more extensive sample of her photos. There are hundreds more on site.


August 26-27 – Sedona Bike & Brew Festival – http://www.sedonagolfresort.com/race – Hosted by Sedona Golf Resort

August 27 – September 4 – Red Rocks Music Festival
http://www.redrocksmusicfestival.com – Sedona Creative Life Center.
It is a 15 minute drive to the Center.  Programs for 2016 include: Five Centuries, Romantic Journey and Dvorak Masterpieces.

Sedona Hot Air Ballooning

Northern Lights
Red Rock Balloons

Sedona Air Tours

Not recommended because the sound disturbs those
on the trails looking for a quiet special experience.

Sedona Mountain Biking – rentals and tours

We have many bike and hiking trails leading right from our B&B.  Bring your bike with and we will store it for you.
Over The Edge Bikes – 1695 State Route 89A

Sedona Bike & Bean on Bell Rd. in The Village of Oak Creek

Indian Ruins near Sedona

Tuzigoot National Monument
Palatki, Honanki
Montezuma Castle National Monument
Montezuma Well
Walnut Canyon

Parks – There are over 140 marked trails in the area. You can access several trails right from our home.

Red Rock Crossing / Crescent Moon Park – Where Cathedral Rock reflects in Oak creek.  A 5 minute walk from us.
Red Rock State Park – Educational park with ranger tours and full moon evening hikes.  A 10 minute drive from us.
West Fork Trail – One of the preferred trails in the warmer weather because it is at a higher elevation and is cooler.
Slide Rock State Park – A fun way to cool off in the summer in Oak Creek Canyon.
Grasshopper Point – Just past Uptown Sedona.  It is right on the creek and very picturesque with trees and rock views.  Our Red Rock Pass does not cover the entry fee for the above parks.  Fee is either $9 or $10 per car as of June, 2016.  There may be an additional fee for more than 4 people in each car at some of these parks.

Golf
Sedona Golf Resort
The Oak Creek Country Club
Verde Santa Fe Golf Course

Trains
Verde Canyon Railroad – A relaxing afternoon on a train with some appetizers.  We can make your reservations and make suggestions on where to sit for the best view.