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All reviews beautiful drive hairpin turns dairy queen slide rock state park west fork trail winding road scenic route native americans beautiful scenery every turn beautiful area red rocks hiking trails take your time take pictures sedona area great hike
I am drawn to Oak Creek Canyon. The view of Cathedral Mountain is awesome. Take the opportunity to sit by the creek and enjoy the sound of the water. Visit late in the afternoon to experience the beauty of the light on the mountain. Such...More
loved the scenery. this just made our long drive so much more memorable, something to talk about. lots of curves as was expected. kids still talk about it. we stopped for many photo opportunities along the way, once it was possible.
This is a wow drive for anyone who love color and rocks and canyons!!! I must have picked the busiest traffic day ever so couldn't stop as often as I would have liked and most parking areas were "full" so I will be doing this...More
We loved the variety of scenery here! Just breathtaking. We hiked several miles here. Lots of families. Parking is sort of a nightmare so be careful if you park along the road, as the drivers aren’t always courteous to those walking to get to the...More
This is a gorgeous drive from Sedona to the plateau at almost 2,000 metres (6,500'). The road is in great shape with a number of switchbacks on the route to top. We did the drive on a week day and saw almost no traffic -...More
So beautiful. Just wish there were more pullouts for photos, especially just above the final tight curve at the top. Watch your speed and pay attention to the road. Weekdays have less traffic. Scenic views at the top were stunning!
This is a short drive, going to or from Sedona, with scenic stops and tree shaded roadway. The National Forest has several picnic stops overlooking the river, and a couple of campgrounds. A worthwhile, short, picturesque drive.
This would be a lovely drive, but few places would be wheelchair accessible. I would recommend stopping at the Junipine Lodge for lunch. The food is wonderful and I think I recall that they have a wheelchair ramp.