Take some time to view the exhibits in the visitors center so that you can educate yourself about the wildlife, etc and the House of Apache Fires so that you are armed with some knowledge about what you will see on your hike. We were fortuante enought to arrive approximately 20 minutes before the guided tour thru the park began - we took this - there is no charge -but do recommend you donate a few dollars at the end to help support the good work they do here. Our guide was a retired dentist and he has lived in Sedona since 1993 - very nice gentlemen and very informative. After the hike we took our picnic lunch that we had brought and ate at one of the covered picnic tables near the parking lot with views of all the red formations in the distance - a different kind of "white tablecloth" dining experience but probably better than most restaurants which can't match that view!
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