Feel at home in West Sedona, an energetic neighborhood full of residential areas, shopping, dining and outdoor recreation opportunities. Whether you’re hiking to Sedona Airport Overlook to watch the sunset, dining on anything from ribs to vegetarian specialties or shopping for local crafts at the Sedona Artist Market, the area has something for everyone.
Visit Sedona for its pleasing year-round weather and beautiful, rugged landscapes. The Grand Canyon is just a 2-hour drive away. Hiking, wine tasting, biking and skiing are all close to West Sedona. Get to know the warm, liberally minded locals, who embrace Sedona’s new age culture and philosophies.
Drive to Boynton Canyon, Crescent Moon Ranch and Red Rock State Park for photo ops and striking scenery. At Red Rock Crossing take a photo of Cathedral Rock reflecting in the stream. Travel to Thunder Mountain to check out the Buddhist shrines and meditation sites at Amitabha Stupa and Peace Park. Venture to Airport Mesa and climb a bit farther for 360-degree views in a vortex, a location of spiritual energy.
Marvel at the red rock beauties of Bell Rock and Courthouse Rock. Chapel of the Holy Cross is built on impressive red rocks and offers one of the best views in the region.
From West Sedona, consider daytrips farther west, including Cottonwood for the Verde Valley Wine Trail and antiquing. Visit the restored copper mining town of Jerome as well.
Explore arts and culture opportunities in West Sedona, including the Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village, modeled after a traditional Mexican market, with more than 50 specialty shops and galleries. Nearby events include the Sedona Arts Festival and Sedona International Film Festival.
Find West Sedona west of Uptown Sedona and north of the Village of Oak Creek. Travel to the neighborhood via the interstate highway. This welcoming, residential neighborhood offers all the amenities you’ll need for a great visit, as well as easy access to Sedona’s natural attractions.