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Sedona Airport Vortex is a one of the major vortexes in the city. A Vortex is a spot wherein one can notice a whirlpool, creating a high level of wind energy in the surroundings. At this side, the energy is so high that even the tree trunks have twisted, creating patterns, that are unique and interesting. The spot is a great hiking place, from where you can overlook the city, giving you an enthralling experience. Those who love the idea of hikes, must visit Sedona Airport Vortex, for an unforgettable experience.
Designed by a Frank Lloyd Wright student, Marguerite Brunswig Staude, the chapel was built in 1956 and rises 200 feet from the ground between two large red rock formations. One of the most distinctive features is a 90-foot cross, which can be seen from the ground along State Route 179. A massive stained glass window turns the chapel's interior into a kaleidoscope of color at certain times of the day. No services are held here, but it provides an ideal setting for spiritual reflection and prayer as well as incredible views of the Red Rocks. Admission is free, but donations are appreciated.
Offering stunning views of the most scenic landscapes in the region, the Devil’s Bridge is a 4.5 miles (7.2 kilometers) out and back hike. Bear Mountain, Long Canyon and Doe Mountain are among the other splendid red rock formations that form part of the dramatic views from Devil’s Bridge. Though the hike is slightly challenging at times, don’t let that deter you from visiting this place. The time and energy you put in is well worth the great views and the amazing photographs.
Sedona possesses several naturally occurring energy vortexes, which could be described as subtle, spiraling currents that emanate from the earth. Purported to increase spiritual growth and personal enlightenment, these spots are incredibly popular. Visitors from far-flung locations worldwide come to experience the sensations from contact with these vortexes. You'll find four in the area including Boynton Canyon, Bell Rock, Cathedral Rock and near the Sedona Airport. Credit cards are not accepted and parking at Red Rock requires a pass. Call for further information.