13 Things to do in Sedona, Arizona: A Travel Guide

Sedona, Arizona is a beautiful city with amazing hikes, food, shopping and architecture. It is a great spot to spend a weekend or longer, especially if you enjoy outdoor adventures. I have been going to Sedona for years and I finally decided to make a video on some of my favorite spots in the city. Let me know what your favorite spot is in the comments.

You can read more about all of these places at https://www.throughmylens.com/arizona/things-to-do-in-sedona-arizona/

Devils Bridge video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aw8rT7Yz7Qg

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10 Replies to “13 Things to do in Sedona, Arizona: A Travel Guide”

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  2. just went there a few weeks ago. it was so amazing. I have never felt so energized and so good in my life. i woke up wanting to go run and on hikes. I do not do that. the place was just gorgeous and better than what i could imagine. The people were great as well.

  3. Sedona is a victim of its’ own success. Traffic is horrible due to too many tourists.

  4. Absolutely loved Sedona.. stayed at The Cozy Cactus. The Bell Rock right outside the rooms. It was a BB the ppl were nice and the food was great..2005
    From Boynton Beach and hiked the BOYNTON Canyon. I was out west for one week. Hiked the whole time.. beautiful. Everyone should go at least once in their life.

  5. Omg so many LIES and misinformation on Sedona! Get your act together, become INFORMED with FACTS or go away. DO NOT HEED HIS ADVICE!

  6. I lived for 7 months. Could not stomach it. Too much neth herion older people and nothing to do. Awful. They say Sedona either sucks you in or spits you out and it spit me out. I litterally thought I would due there. Not a great place. Just my take on it.

  7. For omelet lovers, the Coffee Pot restaurant has over 100 varieties to choose from. It’s an area institution and has an old-timey feel that the newer places lack.

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