Take a hike
You can’t take a trip to Sedona without going on a hike. The hikes here range from extremely easy to somewhat treacherous, so there’s no excuse not to give at least one a try. Devil’s Bridge is great for photos, while Bell Rock is on the easy side and has great views. For any hike in Sedona, arrive early, expect to waste time trying to find a place to park, and bring plenty of water and sunscreen.
See into the future with a psychic reading
Even if you’re not totally sold on a psychic’s ability to see into your future, stop by the Center for the New Age, where getting a reading doesn’t even require an appointment. It’s not hard to find a psychic in Sedona, just pick out a reader you feel a connection with and see what happens.
Connect your mind, body, and soul with a yoga class
Yoga is great no matter where you are, but in Sedona it can be a truly life-changing experience. We say you skip the studio and take an outdoor class, and at Vortex Yoga Hiking, you can check off three of our recommended Sedona activities in one go, with the help of an experienced guide.