Ancient pine forests, soaring mountains and striking outcroppings of red rock frame these Arizona getaways. History buffs will find plenty to appreciate in Flagstaff, while Sedona shines with unique, funky charm.
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This exquisite resort is set amidst the spectacular beauty of the magnificent red rock formations surrounding Sedona.
Arizona’s tallest mountain, Native American history and cowboy culture mix with incredible pine forests and red rock scenery to make up Arizona’s magnificent north central Flagstaff and Sedona region.
Flagstaff lingers at 7,000 feet above sea level along historic Route 66, surrounded by the largest Ponderosa Pine forest in United States. A blanket of stars is visible from town or the Flagstaff’s renowned Lowell Observatory along Mars Hill Road.
As delightful as Flagstaff may be, it’s hard not to venture beyond its 12,633-foot Humphreys Peak to such otherworldly sites as the Grand Canyon or sublime red rock landscapes of Sedona, each merely an hour or so by car. Here, amidst ancient rouge-colored monoliths and fragrant pinion pines, vacationers will discover cowboys and wisdom seekers, tasty southwestern cuisine and sophisticated artworks.
Nothing on earth prepares you for the starry skies, majestic vistas and magical vortexes of Arizona’s spectacular desert southwest region of Flagstaff and Sedona.
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