Sedona Bucket List

Want to know where to go? Travel lovers, don’t miss the beauty of unique towering red rock formations, and the great adventure you will experience here in Sedona. This bucket list will surely make your time and life worthwhile.

Chapel of the Holy Cross

An elegant and striking modern 1950s chapel located atop red rock buttes is the best tourist spot here in Sedona. As you enter the chapel, the sight of the Sedona red rocks is something to behold.

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“He is so neglected by those who receive Him the most often.” • Knife to the heart. Amirite? But it’s true. As Catholics we have the biggest gift ever in Christ’s presence fully here on earth – the Eucharist. We have the privilege of being SO CLOSE to Christ literally every Sunday when we go up for communion. But we treat Him like an inanimate object. Like a wafer or piece of bread. • When Christ appeared to St. Faustina, He looked sad. She asked Him why, to which He replied, “I have all of these graces that I want to give to others. All of this love that I want to offer them freely. But they receive the Eucharist & continue going about their days as if I am a dead object.” Catholics. When will we open our eyes & realize what a gift we have in the sacraments? I always like to think that if every Christian knew about the sacraments & the love & graces Christ so desires to bless us with…we’d all be Catholic. • One more thing…Sunday mass is an obligation. But love never stops at obligation or the minimal requirement. True love goes beyond. And true happiness is only found in true love. When we love someone, we want to be closer & closer to them. Do you love Christ? Truly?If so, then go to adoration. Claim an hour of perpetual adoration at your church. Be present with Him & just wait & see how His love transforms your life. • St. Mother Theresa always said, “because I spend my first hour of every day in the presence of the Lord (in adoration), I’m then able to see the Lord in the poorest of the poor throughout the rest of the day.”❤️

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Bell Rock

When arriving Sedona, you will first see this amazing rock formation while driving at Sedona from Hwy 179. Coming from its name, the rock is magnificently formed like a bell melting into the landscape.

You can try out different trails that go around and near the base of Bell Rock.

Cathedral Rock

Looking for an IG-worthy spot? Sedona has many places that have a picturesque view. And one of these is the Cathedral rock.

Go on a short hike and experience the astonishing beauty of the naturally occurring red rock formations in the heart of red rock country.

Devil’s Bridge Trail

Don’t let its name deceive you. The Devil’s Bridge Trail is the most heavenly sights where you can see the splendor of Sedona. You can go here by taking a hike. Also, you can bring your dog to accompany you on this trail.

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Oak Creek Canyon

Towering red canyon walls, lush forest and rushing creek will surely make you pause for a moment in amazement.

Red Rock Scenic Byway (SR 179)

Buckle up as you enter the gateway of the world-famous Red Rock Country of Arizona. By driving down the highway, you will enjoy the marvelous sight of Sedona.

Airport Mesa

Looking for the best sunset spot in Sedona? A short drive takes you to the top and an amazing overlook where you can watch the sunset with visitors from all over the world.

It is time to unwind and explore the beauties of Sedona. See it with your own eyes and be amazed! Create the best memories of your life; make Sedona your best bucket list!