Sedona Reãl Blog
Winter can be a great time to explore Sedona’s parks. The beauty is always there but the winter months incur much less foot traffic and the peacefulness is a delight.
Red Rock Crossing, aka Crescent Moon Ranch, is a longtime favorite of mine and I recommend it regularly to guests visiting for its beauty and proximity to Sedona Real Inn. And for those of you wanting New Year’s inspiration, I’ve included the great special our hotel is offering for January!
Last weekend, I took my three month old Australian Shepherd puppy, Rory, to Red Rock Crossing for a walk along the creek. It is especially nice for those traveling with their furry friends as it is one of the few pet friendly parks in Sedona offering creek access.
You’re on an exciting trip in the high desert Southwest, enjoying great scenery, and after a few days it’s time for…laundry. Especially if you’ve been hiking around Sedona’s red rock landscape. It’s not just the rocks that are red, it’s the dirt too. You want this distracting chore to be easy, something you can do [...]
The first question we always ask at my house when contemplating a trip is, what about Rajah? He’s our German monkey chow (part shepherd maybe, part chow and definitely all monkey). If he can come, and it’s someplace he will enjoy, then we’re in. If the destination requires a plane flight or we can’t find [...]
Boynton Canyon is recognized as one of the most popular hikes in Sedona. I’ve hiked it before but didn’t make it all the way to the end. This time I was bound and determined I would do so. My goal was to get that beautiful picture taken from the back canyon wall looking outward. I [...]
The Fall colors of the West Fork Trail in Oak Creek Canyon are hard to beat during the month of October. Friends from Prescott joined me and my husband on a weekday in mid-October and away we went with cameras around the neck and walking sticks in hand. We reached the Call of the [...]