SEDONA, AZ TOURISM
The Red Rock Canyons of north central Arizona offer a four-season playground for everyone
Whether you are a history, geology, archaeology, art or outdoor enthusiast, you will love Sedona’s spectacular scenery.
Located in Arizona’s high desert under the towering southwestern rim of the vast Colorado Plateau, the city of Sedona has four mild seasons marked by abundant sunshine and clean air. Typically, the annual average high and low temperatures are 74.7 and 45.7 degrees, respectively. Strategically situated at the mouth of Oak Creek Canyon, and only 25 miles from Verde Canyon Railroad, it is an exceptional place. Characterized by massive red-rock formations, as well as the contrasting riparian area of Verde Canyon, it is the perfect complement to your Verde Canyon Railroad adventure.
Photos are compliments of the Sedona Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau
Finding the Verde Canyon Railroad from Sedona
The Verde Canyon Railroad in Clarkdale is just a short distance from Sedona. When planning your Sedona vacation, add to the beauty of the area by taking a ride on our world-famous train. Learn more relating to the history of the train on this page. Below, you’ll see the route you’ll need to travel to get to the train from Sedona. If you have questions feel free to connect with us or join our Eclub for the most current news and special offers at Verde Canyon Railroad.
The Sedona/Verde Valley area boasts world-famous red rocks, nearly 2 million acres of Coconino National Forest land, as well as refreshing Oak Creek and the Verde River. As part of the Sedona tourism bureau, we cherish these spaces and want to care for them so that everyone can enjoy them for generations to come. That is why Verde Canyon Railroad has partnered with the Sedona Chamber of Commerce for over 25 years. It is also why we support the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics, and other businesses and organizations across the region, to protect this magnificent landscape by inspiring visitors and residents to care for our outdoor spaces. In order to protect these treasures, we ask that you practice Sedona’s Leave No Trace principles and make your promise by taking the Sedona Cares Pledge at SedonaCares.com.