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Visiting the Fabulous Oak Creek Canyon, Slide Rock State Park and Sedona, Arizona

Updated on September 5, 2017
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Arizona is a fabulous state filled with beauty & natural wonders. Amazing canyons...think Grand!, mountains & desert scenery await visitors.

Slide Rock in Oak Creek Canyon
Slide Rock in Oak Creek Canyon | Source

Visits to Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon and Slide Rock

Three times in my life I have been fortunate enough to have visited the beautiful vistas that exist in the red rock area of Sedona and the natural playground nearby in Oak Creek Canyon and Slide Rock State Park.

Each time I was with a different person. So I got to see this resplendent setting through their eyes as well as mine.

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Red rocks around Sedona area | Source
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Red rocks around Sedona area | Source
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Red rocks around Sedona area | Source
Scenery around Sedona - Photo taken from moving car.
Scenery around Sedona - Photo taken from moving car. | Source
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My hubby in Sedona area | Source

One of those times I was with my husband and we had attended a manager's meeting in Scottsdale, Arizona. We tacked on some vacation time after the meeting ended and rented a car.

On that portion of our trip we got to see the eye catching sights associated with everything north of Scottsdale all the way up to the Grand Canyon. Driving through Oak Creek Canyon and enjoying the twelve mile long river gorge between the towns of Sedona to the south and Flagstaff to the north is an amazing journey.

Along State Route 89A visions of the running water of Oak Creek which is a tributary of the Verde River can be viewed for much of the time.

Oak Creek helped carve this canyon to a depth of between 800 to 2,000 feet (240 to 600 meters.) At its widest point the canyon is 2.5 miles across and at its narrowest point only 0.8 miles in width (1.3 to 4 km.)

Oak Creek lies along a geologic fault line which caused some upheaval. The west rim of the canyon is 700 feet (210 meters) higher than the east rim. All of this makes for a gorgeous backdrop of splendid sightseeing!

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My mother was with me on another trip and she had always wanted to personally see Oak Creek Canyon mainly because of hearing about its spectacular beauty from her mother.

From all of the many trips that her parents had taken in the United States, Oak Creek Canyon was one of my grandmother's favorite places. My mother was not disappointed when she first laid her eyes on it.

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My mother in Oak Creek Canyon | Source
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Rippling waters in Oak Creek Canyon | Source
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A girlfriend from Germany shared this jewel of a discovery with me when we were traveling across the nation on a 3 1/2 week trek primarily visiting national parks.

She was equally impressed with Oak Creek Canyon, Slide Rock and Sedona.

Sedona

Sedona is one of the prettiest of towns surrounded with so much natural beauty that it would be a wonderful destination in which to spend some time even if the glory of Oak Creek Canyon and the Grand Canyon did not exist nearby.

Street scene in Sedona, Arizona
Street scene in Sedona, Arizona | Source

Those radiant red rocks which change hues depending upon the time of day form a stunning background to the delightful hotels, shops and restaurants in Sedona.

I suppose people who live there get used to the spectacular backdrop, but for tourists it is a minute by minute pleasure as the sun moves across the nooks and crannies of these natural creations.

Sometimes the rocks almost seem ablaze with red hot color!

Passing clouds offer a varying pattern of patchwork illumination that is never ending.

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In the town of Sedona | Source
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On side of wall in Sedona | Source

Chapel of the Holy Cross

The Chapel of the Holy Cross sits high up on a rock perch overlooking part of Sedona.

It was designed by Architect Marguerite Braunswig Staude who happened to be a pupil of the famous Frank Lloyd Wright. Completed in 1956 it is a part of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Phoenix. No masses or weddings are held there but a brief 5 PM service is offered each Monday evening.

Open to the public from 9 AM to 5 PM on Mondays through Saturday and hours from 10 AM to 5 PM on Sundays, admission is free.

Definitely plan a visit to see the Chapel of the Holy Cross if one is ever in the Sedona area. Perched high atop two red rock formations the view from the huge window in the front of the chapel is nothing short of spectacular.

Scenery on hike up to the Chapel of the Holy Cross
Scenery on hike up to the Chapel of the Holy Cross | Source

The hike from the parking lot up to the chapel offers closeup views of the rock formations. For people who are handicapped and cannot make the hike there is parking at the top.

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Inside the Chapel of the Holy Cross in Sedona, Arizona | Source
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Chapel of the Holy Cross in Sedona, Arizona | Source
Closeup of a Statue in the Chapel of the Holy Cross
Closeup of a Statue in the Chapel of the Holy Cross | Source

What can one plan if one is based in Sedona? Here are just some suggestions:

  • Jeep Tours
  • Hiking and River Tours
  • Mountain Biking
  • Helicopter Rides
  • Spas
  • Grand Canyon Tours
  • Swimming
  • Fishing
  • Shopping - Be sure and check out Tlaquepague when in Sedona!

Needless to say one can be as active as one desires while enjoying a sublime sojourn into this splendid part of Arizona.

Red Rocks in and around Sedona, Arizona

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Yours truly in Sedona area | Source
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Red rocks around Sedona | Source
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My hubby - Sedona, Arizona | Source

Slide Rock in Oak Creek Canyon

Located about midway in Oak Creek Canyon is the Slide Rock State Park. This is an absolutely delightful area!

Upon entering the State Park and parking one's vehicle, it does not take much of a hike to get to Oak Creek and the great areas where one can walk along the side of the river on ledges of rock.

Many trails lead into side canyons of the park and this is a hiker's dream come true.

Oak Creek Canyon is located within the Coconino National Forest.

One is able to see abundant vegetation including trees, shrubs, and wildflowers combined with the rocks and water providing sublime shelter to animals.

It also offers a wonderful playground for children and adults alike.

Slide Rock gets its name appropriately. The water flows over smoothed and shallow areas of rocks that are slippery providing a wet and wild ride for people who are inclined to do some swimming and playing.

Slide Rock area in Oak Creek Canyon
Slide Rock area in Oak Creek Canyon | Source

Depending upon the time of the year Oak Creek water can be quite cold. During the summer many people are found to be enjoying this aquatic wonderland.

No man made water park that I know can beat this splendid setting!

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Wooden map of Oak Creek Canyon | Source
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Breathtaking scenery in Oak Creek Canyon | Source
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Beautifully colored rocks in the water | Source
Slide Rock area in Oak Creek Canyon
Slide Rock area in Oak Creek Canyon | Source
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Slide Rock area in Oak Creek Canyon | Source

Nearing Flagstaff

At the upper end of Oak Creek Canyon one drives along a series of hairpin curves as the elevation rises.

As a matter of fact it is quite an elevation change from Sedona up to Flagstaff.

On one of my trips as I was traveling from the north to the south, it was blustery and cold with snow on the ground up at Flagstaff. By the time we drove through Oak Creek Canyon descending to Sedona we were able to shed our heavy coats and enjoy much warmer weather.

There are many Native Americans living in Arizona and we stopped near the top of Oak Creek Canyon more than once to see the display of handmade Indian jewelry.

I have several rings in my collection today that were sold at that location. One can actually talk to the creators of the designs which is nice.

North part of Oak Creek Canyon

Winding curves in the road near the top of Oak Creek Canyon
Winding curves in the road near the top of Oak Creek Canyon | Source
Native Indians selling their wares
Native Indians selling their wares | Source

This post will have hopefully introduced you to some of the scenic things that you will find in and around this area of the United States.

A playground of extraordinary beauty awaits you in Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon and Slide Rock State Park located in northern Arizona.

Absolutely beautiful photography of the Sedona area in this video!

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Photos of my husband's and my visit to Oak Creek Canyon in February one year.

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Slide Rock area in beautiful Oak Creek Canyon, Arizona
Slide Rock area in beautiful Oak Creek Canyon, Arizona | Source
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My husband taking a picture of me taking a picture in Oak Creek Canyon. | Source
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I'm taking a pictuce of my husband taking pictures in Oak Creek Canyon. | Source
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Sign in Oak Creek Canyon | Source
Driving down Oak Creek Canyon from Flagstaff to Sedona
Driving down Oak Creek Canyon from Flagstaff to Sedona | Source
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We parked the car and I walked down this steep path to get a first good look at Oak Creek and take photos.  My hubby stayed at the top.
We parked the car and I walked down this steep path to get a first good look at Oak Creek and take photos. My hubby stayed at the top. | Source
Oak Creek in Oak Creek Canyon
Oak Creek in Oak Creek Canyon | Source
Sign about one of the early settlers in Oak Creek Canyon.
Sign about one of the early settlers in Oak Creek Canyon. | Source

Have you visited Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon?

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      Peggy Woods 5 years ago from Houston, Texas

      Hi carol7777,

      Oh you lucky girl to be living so close to the beautiful Oak Creek Canyon and Sedona part of Arizona! What a beautiful setting for an art seminar! I'd love to have more time and hike some of those trails such as you have often done. Thanks for your comment + the share.

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      Peggy Woods 5 years ago from Houston, Texas

      Hello ahorseback,

      I can see from your comment that you also love this scenic place. If we lived closer to Oak Creek Canyon and Sedona, we would be spending much more time there. Love it!!!

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      Peggy Woods 5 years ago from Houston, Texas

      Hi HouseBuyersUS,

      Glad to know that you liked this article about Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon. I loved taking the photos of those amazingly beautiful areas including Slide Rock State Park.

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      Peggy Woods 5 years ago from Houston, Texas

      Hi barbergirl28,

      Summertime would be a great time to visit Oak Creek Canyon and enjoy the Slide Rock State Park by actually getting in that water and using the slippery rocks as a natural slide. It is definitely too cold in the winter to be doing that! Wish we lived as close as you do. We'd be there also! Thanks for your comment and the share.

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      carol stanley 5 years ago from Arizona

      Well I am happy to see this beautiful hub. We go to Sedona often and hit the hiking trails up Oak Creek. I took an art seminar there last year and it was hard to take my eyes off all the beauty. We live in Prescott and are close enough to Sedona to get up there when we can. You did a beautiful job on this with your photos and words. Voted up and of course sharing.

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      ahorseback 5 years ago

      -Awesome place, You have captured my favorite place so well here , thank you ........Lets go ! .....:-}

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      Stacy Harris 5 years ago from Hemet, Ca

      Just out of curiousity I had to mapquest this from my house. It is less than a 7 hour drive. Possibly a weekend trip for the summer because there is nothing I love more than some cool waterfalls. I really want to go to Oak Creek Canyon. We have done a lot of traveling and while we will probably drive past it in December, I am not sure we will have time to stop, but that is ok cause then we can plan it when it is a little warmer! Thanks for sharing this wonderful place to visit!

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      Peggy Woods 5 years ago from Houston, Texas

      Hi Mary,

      Sounds like you and your daughter had a fabulous trip together! Those red rocks in the Sedona area are amazingly beautiful and the Slide Rock area in Oak Creek Canyon looks like quite a playground for all ages. It is also gorgeous. Nice that you enjoyed these areas as we did. Appreciate your comment and the share.

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      Mary Hyatt 5 years ago from Florida

      When my daughter Holly, and I took a tour out west a few years ago, we went through this part of the country. I have photos in my family album very similar to yours of Sedona. It is a beautiful place. You capture the scenery so well, too.

      Beautiful Hub, Peggy. I voted it UP and will share.

      My best, Mary

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      Peggy Woods 5 years ago from Houston, Texas

      Hi alocsin,

      Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon in Arizona have spectacular beauty, some of which you just saw with these many photos. Would love to spend more time there someday. Glad that you liked this and learned more about the area. Thanks for the comments and votes.

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      alocsin 5 years ago from Orange County, CA

      I've always associated Sedona with New Age beliefs but didn't realize it had a lot of naturally beautiful surroundings as well. Thanks for pointing those out. Voting this Up and Beautiful.

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      Peggy Woods 5 years ago from Houston, Texas

      Hi Connie,

      I agree with you that Oak Creek Canyon is certainly one of the most scenic of places in Arizona...and that is saying something! Arizona has so much to offer people by way of scenery. Thanks for your comment.

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      Connie 5 years ago

      Awesome pictures...absolutely beautiful! I've been to Oak Creek Canyon and Sedona and love it. Definately some of the most scenic spots in Arizona.

      Arizona has such a wonderful diversity in natural beauty and history. For more places to visit go to http://www.visiting-arizona.com.

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      Peggy Woods 5 years ago from Houston, Texas

      Hi Leah,

      Nice that you have personally seen just how beautiful Oak Creek Canyon and Sedona, Arizona is. Wish everyone could experience it. Thanks for the compliment on my photos and also for your comment.

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      Peggy Woods 5 years ago from Houston, Texas

      Hi Don,

      Oak Creek Canyon was one of both of my grandmother's all time favorite places when they traveled. It is truly beautiful as we found out when we also got to see it many years later. Glad that you liked these photos and videos. I agree with you in that the rocks are so beautiful there. Thanks for your visit and comment.

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      Leah Lefler 5 years ago from Western New York

      My cousin went to flight school in Prescott, and my husband and I visited once and went to Oak Creek- it is so beautiful there! Sedona is absolutely amazing with the red rock formations. We were there in August so we had the benefit of the seasonal monsoons, too - beautiful pictures!

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      Don A. Hoglund 5 years ago from Wisconsin Rapids

      I have found Arizona to be a very attractive state since I drive through it many years ago.The color in the rocks is the special attraction.Voted up, awesom, beautiful and interesting.

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      Peggy Woods 6 years ago from Houston, Texas

      Hi jamiesweeney,

      Hope your wishes come true someday. Oak Creek Canyon was one of my grandmother's favorite spots in the entire country and after I got to see it I could understand why she loved it so much. Thanks for reading and commenting on this hub.

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      jamiesweeney 6 years ago from Philadelphia, PA

      Wow...... I am wanted to see that in my real life.

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      Peggy Woods 7 years ago from Houston, Texas

      Hi billyaustindillon,

      Am certain that you would love the Sedona area. Such beautiful country and those red rocks are stupendous! Be sure and visit Oak Creek Canyon just north of Sedona if you get there. Really pretty!

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      billyaustindillon 7 years ago

      I have always wanted to get to Sedona as I have heard so much about it and the healing properties. The pictures are pictures. You have done some wonderful trips Peggy.

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      Peggy Woods 7 years ago from Houston, Texas

      Hi GarnetBird,

      Thanks for viewing my Oak Creek Canyon and Slide Rock hub from the Sedona area in Arizona. Heading over to your hub now!

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      Gloria Siess 7 years ago from Wrightwood, California

      Lovely--check out my original photos of Sedona, the Castle being the main focus of the Hub. They were taken by my best friend. I just found out from the History channel that the ancient Anasazi might have been cannabals (Like the Toltecs).

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      Peggy Woods 8 years ago from Houston, Texas

      Hello jacobkuttyta,

      Thanks for commenting. So happy that you enjoyed viewing the photos of Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon & Slide Rock. Wish I was back there right now!

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      jacobkuttyta 8 years ago from Delhi, India

      Nice photos. Thanks for sharing.

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      Peggy Woods 8 years ago from Houston, Texas

      Hi frogyfish,

      Wish I had been young enough or clothed properly to take advantage of Slide Rock when I was visiting Oak Creek Canyon and Sedona all three times. Alas...I was neither! Looks like SO MUCH FUN!!!

      You must have been there in the Spring...or after major rains for the water to have been flowing that fast?

      Hope you get to enjoy it again soon. Thanks for the comment.

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      frogyfish 8 years ago from Central United States of America

      How delightful to revisit these places with your hub! First time I went I was young enough to 'waterslide', but a couple years ago, I didn't even want to...:-) It is such a beautiful place! In the right season they have the most delicious, juiciest, crunchiest apples EVER!

      I believe I recognize the deep narrow gorge of water you showed, and when I was last there it was so powerful that I could not want to get closer than about 10 feet away! Wow!

      Thank you for sharing the beautiful pix and scenery descriptions - I want to go again!

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      Peggy Woods 8 years ago from Houston, Texas

      Hi shamelabboush,

      Hope you get your travel wishes fulfilled!

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      shamelabboush 8 years ago

      It will be included in my itinerary and I hope to get the chance to visit all these wonderful places someday...

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      Peggy Woods 8 years ago from Houston, Texas

      Hi Kiran,

      As pretty as the photos might be, Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon are even prettier in person. Such beauty! Thanks for your comment.

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      kiran8 8 years ago from Mangalore, India

      Lovely pics and a very interesting hub . Thanks a lot Peggy :)

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      Peggy Woods 8 years ago from Houston, Texas

      Hi shamelabboush,

      Yes, Sedona and the entire Oak Creek Canyon is a magical place and Slide Rock State Park is so much fun. It is no wonder that it was one of my grandmother's favorite places in the USA...and she got to see quite a bit of the country.

      If you ever decide to vacation in the U.S. and see the Grand Canyon, be sure and carve out a little extra time to head south and see Oak Creek Canyon. They are not far apart from one another and yet many people do not get to see it because they simply do not know of it.

      Thanks for your comment.

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      shamelabboush 8 years ago

      It's a magicla place almost like paradise! Great layouts too.

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      Peggy Woods 8 years ago from Houston, Texas

      Hi James,

      Very funny...regarding the legality of having the cross in public. Nice that it is an integral part of the building, don't you think?

      Glad you liked the photos of Oak Creek Canyon and especially the Slide Rock area. Different years with different cameras and film...so some of the photos are much better quality than the others.

      As to the picture taking...I'm generally snapping away and forget to ask them to snap one of me. My friend snapped one of me but it was so far away that it could have been anybody and not a good photo, so did not include it.

      There are some pictures of me in some of these hubs. Last night in Mallorca...the Trudy hub, etc. Just not as many...

      Thanks for the comment.

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      James A Watkins 8 years ago from Chicago

      Is it legal to have that cross in public!?

      JK

      Another great Hub with gorgeous pics. My favorites are the one below "hiking alongside the in Oak Creek Canyon," and the one below "wooden map of Oak Creek Canyon."

      How come your Mom (or your husband) is in all the pics and you never are?

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      Peggy Woods 8 years ago from Houston, Texas

      Hi Ethel,

      Am sure some folks on this side of the Atlantic have not heard of Sedona either. Sedona and the area including Oak Creek Canyon, Slide Rock, etc. is actually the second most visited place in the State of Arizona next to the Grand Canyon. Thanks for taking a look. Come on over and have your hubby bring his fishing pole.

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      Peggy Woods 8 years ago from Houston, Texas

      Hi Pete,

      If you went to Sedona, you also go to some great places. LOL

      Yes...the rocks changing colors depending upon the time of day...beautiful! Did you make it to Oak Creek Canyon and Slide Rock State Park?

      Thanks for commenting.

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      Peggy Woods 8 years ago from Houston, Texas

      Hi Jerilee,

      Glad you enjoyed seeing these photos of Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon and Slide Rock. As you said, it is so beautiful there! Thanks for leaving the first comment.

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      Eileen Kersey 8 years ago from Kingston-Upon-Hull

      I have never heard off Sedona before so thanks. Hubby would love to fish somewhere like this.

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      Pete Maida 8 years ago

      Sedona is a beautiful place. My wife and I were there about seven years ago. Seeing the sun go down and how the rocks formations changed color was awesome. You go to some great places.

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      Jerilee Wei 8 years ago from United States

      Haven't been there in a few years, but will always remember how beautiful, nice photos.