One of Sedona’s many famous landmarks, Cathedral Rock is one of the state’s most photographed sights and can be found in the Coconino National Forest. The climb to the gaps in Cathedral Rock is short but it is also steep, so this is something to consider if you are planning a visit. The unique shape of this rock formation has earned it its name and it is a fascinating sight to behold. The views from the saddle points in the rock are amazing so make sure you take along your camera for some incredible photos.
The Chapel of the Holy Cross is a Roman Catholic chapel with a unique structure. When you visit this chapel you can enjoy taking in the architecture and the views from its elevated position. The chapel was originally earmarked for creation in Budapest but the outbreak of the Second World War prevented this and so it was created in the hometown of the sculptor who commissioned it, Marguerite Brunswig Staude.
When you visit Red Rock State Park, you can look forward to being immersed in natural beauty while also benefitting from access to a host of recreational opportunities. Open every day of the week, this park provides access to everything from bird walks and hiking through to nature walks and more. There is also a visitor center here, which is also open daily. You can look forward to some very special events at certain times of the year including a fascinating moonlight hike, which will allow you to see things from a whole new perspective.
Situated in Oak Creek, Arizona, Bell Rock is a much visited site in the area with a summit that reaches nearly five thousand feet. This towering formation is a breathtaking sight and many come to take in the natural beauty and striking scenery. You can also take the Bell Rock Pathway, which is a trail that goes on for around 3.6 miles. When you take this pathway you can look forward to some great views of the rock.
Sometimes referred to as a smaller version of the Grand Canyon, Oak Creek Canyon boasts incredible natural beauty and stunning scenery making it a popular attraction amongst visitors to the area. Around twelve miles in length and up to two thousand feet in depth, this canyon forms part of the Oak Creek Canyon scenic drive, which is a fourteen mile drive between Sedona and Flagstaff. When you visit you will be astounded by the stunning beauty and surroundings.