Sedona Panorama from Overlook PointView All Sizes
Canyons and ButtesView All Sizes
JOURNAL : May 14, 2007
|Series||Red Rocks of Sedona|
Sedona is always a treat to visit. Most visitors come to gaze at the panoramic vistas, hike or climb, or gravitate towards one of the many vortexes. The stunning red rocks are a result of millions of years of layered sediment from eons of volcanic activity and as many years of natural wear and erosion. This whole valley was once under water and the iron-rich red buttes were sandbars or islands in a prehistoric sea.
Sedona Aerial PanoramaView All Sizes
This time around we opted to take a helicopter tour of the vast northern network of canyons and cool-looking formations. We came in that day via Schnebly Hill Road and left in the afternoon heading towards the Grand Canyon.
Verde River where it meets 179View All Sizes
This is classic Coffee Pot Rock from Overlook Point.
Coffeepot Rock, SedonaView All Sizes
And this one below here is the Church of the Red Rocks off of Bowstring Drive.
Chapel of the Holy Cross, SedonaView All Sizes
Sedona is a fascinating place with a nice vibe. Its magnetic draw brings us back time and time again.
Be sure to check out other adventures to scenic locations in the Southwest.
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May 14, 2007
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