Sometimes we catch a view of the rocks in a new or different way and we want to make sure we show them off.

Sedona at Sunset

Sedona at Sunset

It doesn’t snow too often in Sedona, but when it does you can’t take your eyes off of the rocks.

Snow on the rocks

Snow on the rocks

Shopping in Sedona

Shopping in Sedona

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21 Responses to “Sedona Photos”

  1. mrstiggy Says:

    I cannot wait to visit again! Sedona is magical!

  2. erwine Says:

    We loved our visit in Sedona so much I made a book about it!

  3. sedona tours Says:

    I just love sedona! I really wanna go back there really soon.

  4. Jon Says:

    Sedona is a beautiful place to visit with lots of things to do and see. Let us help you make the most of your time in Sedona.

  5. Aubrey LaFoy Says:

    We have a one week time share a Sedona Summit Feb. 26. Is anyhing happening in the area we could take advantage of. We are 80 years old so hiking is out. Any bus tours, etc. at that time? Aubrey LaFoy

    1. william Says:

      Hi Aubry,
      In Feb. as well as all year long
      you can ride the Verde Valley Rail Road
      It’s a 4 hour tour by train. It is an awesome ride great scenery and great for seniors :)go to this link for detailed info.

      http://www.verdecanyonrr.com/

  6. Cinnamon Says:

    I grew up in sedona and went to school there… As a kid in Sedona I couldnt wait to get out of there but now that I no longer live there I miss it… Its a beautiful place and has so much to offer…


  7. I’m interested in moving to Sedona in about a year or so. I’m wanting to rent or buy a small art gallery/studio preferably with living area?


  8. I have some pretty good shots of Sedona…if you want to use any, let me know. http://www.mikesroadtrip.com/photo-gallery/pictures-of-sedona


    1. Thank you Mike. I will be in touch!

  9. Brian Bauer Says:

    I can list many things I like about Sedona. One of the things I noticed when I first visited is that I did not see any litter. Not even a cigarette but along the roads. Y’all keep up the good work in keeping Sedona clean!

  10. Kay Dixon Says:

    We have a family wedding coming up in Sedona in June. Once they visited, they just can’t get enough of the beautiful scenery. We are so lucky to live within a 2 hour drive.

  11. deb walterhouse Says:

    we will be visiting Sedona for the first time and i would love to visit some local pottery studios. Does anyone know of any close to Sedona?


    1. Hi Deb,
      The only pottery studio I know of is at the Sedona Arts Center in Uptown Sedona: http://www.sedonaartscenter.com/visitingartistworkshops/categories/3d-art.htm
      I know there are several around the area but they are residential.
      Please feel free to ask more questions, I’m happy to help.
      Enjoy beautiful Sedona!!!

  12. Elma Stoltzfus 234 Esbenshade Rd. Ronks Pa. 17572 Says:

    we visited Sedona in March and had a wonderful time did’nt see near everything… planning to come back in two years if not before.we had a lovely map showing all the rocks and lots of other interesting things I was wondering if you could send me one. Thank you Elma


    1. Hello, please visit http://visitsedona.com/questionnaire/11 to view the official Sedona Chamber of Commerce Experience Sedona Guide. Inside are maps, things to do and see and much more.

  13. S. Rene Says:

    I’m going to Sedona for the first time Sept 1st thru Sept 4 during labor day. Will there be anything i.e festivals in Sedona at this time? Your comments are GREATLY appreciated.. Thank you


    1. Hello, below are the two signature events that you will be here for:

      September 1-3:
      MOONLIGHT MADNESS STREET FESTIVAL- The 26th Annual Moonlight Madness Street Festival & Sidewalk Sales in Uptown Sedona will be held LABOR DAY WEEKEND, Saturday September 1 from noon to 9 pm, continuing through Monday September 3. This street festival includes activities, entertainment and live music as well as sidewalk sales all along SR 89A in the Main Street District. It’s made possible by Full Moon Sponsor – Sedona Pines Resort and Quarter Moon Sponsor – Best Western Plus Arroyo Roble Hotel, along with the merchants who arrange the many and varied festivities. This free event is presented by Sedona Main Street Program and its volunteers. (928) 204-2390 or visit sedonamainstreet.com

      September 8:
      FIESTA DEL TLAQUEPAQUE- Fun, food, music and merriment set in the beautiful courtyards of Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village. tlaq.com (928) 282-4838

      We also have an event calendar that is updated by our members everyday. Please visit http://calendar.sedonachamber.com/

      Have a wonderful trip to beautiful Sedona!!

  14. S Rene' Says:

    THANK YOU very much! Your input just made my day! You time and info is greatly appreciated!!

  15. karen madren Says:

    I heard about Sedona in England from some Americans that said the place to see is Sedona, so i planned my whole trip around getting there, and i tell you………….. I was NOT disappointed!! Beautiful is all i can say and so worth the road trip to get there from Colorado!

  16. Ed Preston Says:

    Thanks for providing great information to Sedona visitors and locals alike. I have over 20 years worth of images. Just let me know if you would ever like to use any of them.

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