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Most people find out they did not plan enough time when visiting Sedona. They sometimes just pass through on their way to the Grand Canyon only allowing 1/2 day and regretting it. Sedona is only 19 square miles but it is completely surrounded by a vast amount of jaw dropping wilderness and trails ranging in amazing ecological diversity, elevation and difficulty. I have been vacationing in Sedona since 1997 and moved here in 2010. If you are not one to plan, I would be happy to help you plan your trip so you don't miss any of the highlights - fee required. My background as executive assistant for Fortune 500 companies and my nineteen years exploring Sedona, position me to be most helpful. Not only are there many national forest trails, there are many national monuments, State and regional parks, scenic byways, camping, significant archaeology sites, and surprisingly, great birding areas, fishing and river running. That is the unique thing about the entire Verde Valley area..we have an abundance of water flowing through year round - the Oak Creek and Verde River. Here is a list of 100 Things To Do that should get you started.
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Crossing Worlds Journeys & Retreats
Experience America's Southwest scenic and sacred landscapes, mystic insights, ceremony. Sedona Be Your Own Shaman-Seer Insight Retreats, 1 - 7 days; Modern Day Mystic Soul Journey shamanic and conscious evolution mentoring sessions--at studio and on-line. Hopi, Navajo, Grand Canyon, Canyon de Chelly group tour or independent traveler that begins with cultural program in Sedona. Special programs for New Year's, solstice, equinox, full moon and celestial events. Sacred site connection, vision quest in nature, circle of power ceremony, sunset-starlight circles, nature energies and awareness, mythology both ancient and modern, original and informative articles.
Sandra Cosentino, M.S.,operator, owner and head quide for Crossing Worlds Journeys, has been offering quality experiences of the Southwest since 1991. Prior to that she was a school teacher, natural resource manager, forest service fire look-out, land developer and conservationist; also worked professionally for and with Native American groups. She creates customized experiences for individuals, colleges, universities, families, businesses, international and domestic groups and visitors from around the world. This includes: nature-cultural and earth-spirit personal growth seminars/tours. Her circle of heartful, knowledgeable guides and teachers include traditional Native Americans living on their homelands and other talented professional guides, resource people, and holistic practitioners. A native of this land from an Arizona pioneer family, Sandra draws on a lifetime's experience of exploring the Southwest, listening to and being inspired by Nature and drawing from friendship and respect with indigenous Peoples. Sensuous red canyons, jagged volcanic mountains and buttes of the Colorado Plateau, Alaska wilderness and the Andes are part of Sandra's inner landscape. She resonates with the vibrant energies of a land alive with stories, sun and rocks that speak to us and renew life. Her informed passion, knowledge of the land and peoples, mystical understandings, intuition and warm welcome create a bridge for you to enter these worlds. - See more at: http://crossingworlds.com/#sthash.EuCQ7CJM.dpuf
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