Finding Fall in Sedona
Finding Fall in Sedona
Autumn in Sedona is truly magical as the leaves begin to change colors, the temperatures cool down and the flavors create the comfort food we all crave. There’s no wrong way to experience Sedona but there are a few spots worth putting on your bucket list. From shopping to hiking to dining, we’ve planned a one-day itinerary that lets you experience it all.
Enjoy your morning coffee or tea on the private balcony of your individual cottage at L’Auberge de Sedona for a spectacular sunrise over the red rocks or a slow morning start by the creek.
Walk down to Cress on Oak Creek for a casual meal by the creek. In the mood for savory? Order an Scottish Smoked Salmon and Bagel or try the Olive Oil Pancakes for something deliciously sweet.
Join fellow guests for a gentle and uplifting yoga session such as the Balance Yoga Flow or Into to Meditation for a perfect way to ease into a day full of adventure.
No trip to Sedona is complete without a little Southwest souvenir. Both men and women can find something to love at Garlands Indian Jewelry.
Pick up a few provisions at Sedona Memories. Taste sandwiches that keep locals coming back to this spot on a weekly basis. Tip – don’t forget to snag a freshly baked cookie which makes for a perfect hiking treat.
Explore the metaphysical with a stop at Mystical Bazaar for a psychic reading, chakra balancing, or aura photo (complete with a 23-page aura report).
Visit Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village or Uptown Sedona for numerous art galleries, artisan shops, crystals, restaurants and more.
Visit the Chapel of the Holy Cross for a quick yet worthwhile trip to one of Sedona’s most interesting architectural gems.
Take off on the Bell Rock Pathway for an easy hike that delivers spectacular views. Or try Cathedral Rock for a short but strenuous climb to one of the best views in Sedona.
Sit atop Bell Rock Trail or Cathedral Rock for stunning desert vistas, quiet meditation and stellar photo ops.
Come back to where it all started at the top of L’Auberge on the Spirit Song Terrace. Join local astronomer Dennis Young for a look at Sedona’s night skies.
Close the day relaxing as you savor a truly delicious dining experience at Cress on Oak Creek. After all, you’ve earned it. *Reservation recommended
Don’t take our word for it, Luxury Travel Magazine highlights L’Auberge de Sedona as the perfect place for you next fall trip in the article “Where to Travel in November” “…The individual cottage hideaway, coupled with the resort’s luxe spa – L’Apothecary Spa – allows for a transformative and unforgettable experience during this fall season.”
Following a full day of Sedona highlights, we highly recommend Luxury Travels’ suggestion of nourishing connections and recovering at L’Apothecary Spa for a relaxing next day.
We look forward to welcoming you to L’Auberge de Sedona soon for an autumn day full of colorful memories.
Posted: September 12, 2022
LocaleMagazine.com: “6 Reasons to Visit This Sedona Resort for a Spiritual Reset”
LocaleMagazine.com writer, Allie Lebos, visited L’Auberge de Sedona to experience Sedona as well as dining at Cress on Oak Creek and a relaxing spa treatment at L’Apothecary Spa. “From creekside cottages to morning yoga, L’Auberge de Sedona is the place to unwind and reset.” Read on to discover Allie’s top 6 reasons to visit L’Auberge.
Sedona Honors International Women’s Day
We look forward to celebrating International Women’s Day on Wednesday March 8th spotlighting the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women with the rest of the world. Following in the footsteps of so many great women is an honor and a privilege we don’t take lightly.
MindBodyGreen.com: “Well Traveled In Sedona, Arizona: A Metaphysical, Awe-Inspiring Experience”
MindBodyGreen.com editor Jamie Schneider recently visited L’Auberge de Sedona for a winter experience including a stay in a Creekside Cottage along with dining at Cress on Oak Creek – “add some metaphysical programming, grounding spa treatments, and a spiritual vortex hike into the mix, and suffice it to say I have a new perspective on mind-body healing.”