Located in the state of Arizona, the Fossil Creek Bridge was built in 1924. It connects the Fossil Creek Road across the Fossil Creek. The bridge offers splendid views of the surrounding wilderness A hiking trip in this region is recommended for avid nature lovers who love to explore hidden gems.
Off South Candler Drive Cornville, AZ 86325 +1 928 634 2687
Eliphante is an outdoor sculptural village located in Cornville that gets its name from one of its elephant-like sculptures. Sprawling over three acres (1.2 hectares), it is the private residence of artist couple Michael Kahn and Leda Livant. Using their home as a medium of artistic and architectural expression, they have built it since 1979 using myriad natural material. Visit this open-air museum of sorts by appointment only and marvel at the enchanting and whimsical creations.
333 Schnebly Hill Road Sedona, AZ 86336-4227 +1 928 282 9300
The Creative Life Center, a non-profit organization, serves as the site for a variety of local events. This 15-acre (6 hectares) retreat hosts a variety of activities to enrich the mind, body and spirit though regular yoga classes and meditation seminars. Check out the website for more information on the many programs on offer here.
120 South Cortez Street Prescott, AZ 86303 +1 928 777 1100
At the center of the charming town of Prescott is the Prescott Courthouse Plaza. Home to an array of chic boutiques, gourmet restaurants, colorful art galleries and, in the summer months, outdoor concerts, this historic area is the destination for fun in the Sedona region.
Sedona, is a city in the northern regions of Arizona, bordering the Coconini and Yavapai counties. The land of "Red Rocks", Sedona has a history that dates back to the Yavapai-Apache tribal era of the early 1800s. Playing host to major events through out the year, the city draws tourists from all over in large numbers. Over the years, Sedona has been Arizona's prime tourist hub. The city houses the Cathedral Rock, the historical St. Anthony's Desert Episcopal Church, the Sedona Heritage Museum among a few other attractions.
Mile Marker 115, Route 66 Peach Springs, AZ 86434 +1 928 422 3223
These are the largest dry caverns in the U.S. The tour reveals mother nature at her finest after 35 million years in the making! Guests are escorted via elevator 21 stories below ground to witness the beauty and grandeur of these rare dry caverns. Only 3% of the caverns are dry. The air is drawn in from the Grand Canyon through 60 miles of limestone caves and crevasses. The trails are concrete and are approximately 3/4 mile long. Half the tour is wheelchair accessible. The caverns are larger than three football fields- no worry about claustrophobia in here. Inside, view a 15 foot sloth and mummified bobcat. If you need more, there are also off-trail exploratory caverns tours.
6560 Highway 179 Suite 100 Sedona, AZ 86351 +1 866 392 0747
Experience Sedona on a Harley! EagleRider offers variety of motorcycle rentals, any of which will prove perfect for cruising down the highways and marveling at the wonderful views. Cruise out to dozens of vista points within Sedona, or take trip up to the Grand Canyon's south rim, where you can see the Canyon at its widest! Wherever your travels may take you, EagleRider's got a bike for you.
273 North Highway 89A Suite C Sedona, AZ 86336 +1 928 282 6656
Sedona Jeep Tours is more than just a tour. First you travel along the mountainside where you see Sedona's spectacular scenery, amazing rock formations and the natural splendor of this magical place. Then you start the aggressive climb up the mountain until you reach the top. There, you'll see the most amazing sunset with incredible views of the entire region. This thrilling tour will leave you wanting more.
State Route 89A @ Main Street Jerome, AZ 86331 +1 928 634 7943
Jerome, a historical township is definitely worth a visit. Originally a mining town for about 70 years, this little community survives on the sliding-edge of a hillside. Through the years, many buildings have taken the fall including, at one point, the town jail. Sporting gorgeous views and lovely bed & breakfasts, the quaint storefronts and small town ambiance attract multitudes of artists, writers and tourists. Shops and galleries flourish here, including Nature's Landscapes. If you have time, visit the Mining Museum. Credit cards and hours will vary by merchant.
6871 North Highway 89A (Seven miles north of Sedona) Sedona, AZ 86336 +1 928 282 3034
With an elevation of nearly 5,000 feet, the park features a 30-foot natural rockslide within the creek. Take a couple of hours and enjoy the nature walk while you relax under the Arizona sunshine. Visit the onsite market. Camping and hotel accommodations are offered in Oak Creek and nearby Sedona. Swimming is allowed, however, water quality varies, so please call +1 602 542 0202 to verify its current accessibility. Bathrooms are accessible; however, other park areas are limited. Credit cards are not accepted.
With an elevation of nearly 5,000 feet, the park features
a 30 foot natural rockslide within the creek. Take a couple of hours and enjoy the nature walk while you relax under the Arizona sunshine. Visit the onsite market. ...
Charter an air tour with guides familiar with the Sedona
area. Located at the Sedona Airport, all pilots are FAA certified and insured. Narrated tours include aerial visits to the Meteor Crater, the largest extra terrestrial rock in the ...
What if "roughing it" in a high desert canyon meant
rugged rocks by day and sumptuous comfort by night? At this resort, visitors experience the best of both worlds. Rustically appointed rooms include fireplaces and Jacuzzis; some have televisions ...