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Our Picks: The Best Day Trips From Sedona

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Sedona is truly a one-of-a-kind vacation destination, and there are also endless exciting activities and sights to see within a short drive from our magical destination. The wide array of things to do near Sedona makes L’Auberge an ideal home base for exploring Northern Arizona in all its glory.

During your next visit to Sedona, enhance your vacation with a day trip or two. Here are some of our top picks for the best day trips from Sedona:

Our Picks: The Best Day Trips From Sedona 1Grand Canyon South Rim: No visit to northern Arizona is complete without a visit to the Grand Canyon. Stop by the Grand Canyon for the day to participate in a ranger program and learn about the canyon’s history, check out some of the local museums and exhibits, or join an exhilarating Grand Canyon hike. There is a lot to do at the Canyon, so check out these websites for more information: GrandCanyon.com and NPS.gov.

A field of flowers with a mountain in the distance, seen on a sunny dayFlagstaff: The city of Flagstaff is a must-see for outdoor activity lovers. The four-season climate makes it the perfect place to enjoy an array of winter sports during the cool, winter months, and plenty of outdoor activities during the warmer seasons including hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, and much more. Visit FlagstaffArizona.org for more information.

a vinayrd on a cloudy dayVerde Valley Wine Trail: Wine enthusiasts will not be disappointed by this northern Arizona destination. The Verde Valley Wine Trail boasts a rich history and four unique Arizona wineries and tasting rooms. Visit the Verde Valley Wine Trail website for more information.
 

People taking pictures in front of an old locomotiveWilliams Arizona: This historic destination offers a unique peak into the history of the Wild West. Visitors to Williams will find a drive-through wildlife park, Route 66, a scenic railway tour, and plenty of fun Wild West entertainment options. Visit ExperienceWilliams.com for more information.

Our Picks: The Best Day Trips From Sedona 2Jerome: Also known as the “largest ghost town in America,” Jerome is a historic copper mining town that is now a bustling tourist attraction. Jerome is also known for its thriving artistic community. Featuring enchanting views and a rich history, Jerome is a fantastic day trip from Sedona. Visit the AZ Jerome website for more information.

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