Take your time and see the iconic red rock formations of Sedona. Castle, Bell, Courthouse, Twisted Sisters, The Nuns, Cathedral and so many more. Take a day to go 5 miles.
The Red Rock Mountains in Sedona are the most amazing mountain range you will ever see in America. They are a bright red in colour and when the sun shines they are luminous. There is no charge for this and there are lots of pull offs to take pictures and go hiking. There are washrooms along the stops and at... More
I'll be honest. After a few days enough already with the red rocks. Gorgeous as they are, you get used to them. That being said, The Red Rock Scenic highway is a must see. Breathtaking with lots of opportunities to take great photos. My wife was concerned that there did not seem to be enough guard rails and fences. I... More
A drive through the Red Rock Scenic Byway is a must if you are in the Sedona area. Views of gorgeous red rock formations and many trails. To use the trails there is a $5.00 (per car) Red Rock Pass which you can get at local convenience stores, etc. or at vending machines at many of the trail heads.
It may be slow and have a lot of curves, but it is worth the drive to see the beauty of the red rocks around the Sedona area. Mornings and late afternoon are the best but anytime is great. Be careful while driving. It may be worth it to switch drivers and go through several times. The scenery is that... More
I agree with some of the other reviewers who said that there aren't enough turnouts to stop for photo-ops. This is a very scenic route, as the Red Rocks just seem to come out of nowhere after making a few turns. Nice easy highway with easy curves and some small rises. Since the serious flood three years ago, when Oak... More
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