From Sedona to the Grand Canyon, one of the seven Natural Wonders of the World, Arizona’s scenery is nothing short of spectacular. Trek deep into the Grand Canyon to an overlook at Ooh Aah Point before descending 1,200 feet through 40 million years of geological history to Cedar Ridge. Climb Red Butte for 360-degree views of Grand Canyon National Park. Hike Bright Angel Trail along shady creek beds, keeping an eye out for big horn sheep. Explore the pueblos, field houses, rock art and pottery of the Wupatki ruins, once home to prehistoric Anasazi and Sinagua farmers and traders. By night, savor a festive dinner at a local hot spot or a home cooked meal and toasted s’mores around the fire before calling it a night in the comfort of your lodge or luxury campsite.
- Relax and reflect at the Chapel of the Holy Cross.
- Catch some eye-popping views from South Kaibab Trail.
- Peruse the boutiques in Tlaquepaque for some of the Southwest’s best shopping.
- Walk in the footsteps of Hollywood stars on the breathtaking set of Red Rock Crossing.
- Hike to the Eagle’s Nest for expansive views of Sedona, the Mogollon Rim, and the Verde River Valley.
- Dine on tasty Arizona cuisine ranging from simple picnic lunches to 5-star gourmet dinners.
- Watch the expansive sky transform as a dazzling sunset dips into a twinkling ocean of stars.
- Snack on a toasted s’more by the fireside under a blanket of stars.
Travel to places known only to locals and learn native tales and history from knowledgeable guides. Discover the Grand Canyon’s rich history, ecosystems, and geology as you walk on trails through layers of rock strata.
Canyon Campsite features deluxe camping near the rim of the Grand Canyon. Sky Ranch Lodge sits perched atop Airport Mesa, 500 feet above the town of Sedona, presenting stunning views of the area. Rooms include a private deck or balcony and fireplace.
- Local guides.
- Locally owned accommodations and restaurants.
- Public and local transportation.
- Recycles at both operator’s site & on the road.
- Low impact camping.
- Utilizes reusable materials.
- Purchases local goods & services.
- Carbon offsets.