A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to spend a few days in Sedona, Arizona. For those unfamiliar with Sedona, it’s a very popular tourist destination located in the northern Verde Valley of Arizona. Sedona is an incredibly scenic area known for the bright red sandstone formations that sprawl across the desert floor. The area offers hundreds of well-groomed hiking trails to choose from. You could spend several days hiking there and never see the same trail twice.
I would imagine most people visit Sedona in the summer months when the temperatures are…ummm…warmer. In my case, I was there during the first week of December. It was cold. Real cold! Despite the freezing temperatures, the views are spectacular and worth seeing if you ever find yourself in that region of the world.
By the way, if you do go to Sedona, be sure to visit the Desert Flour Bakery. It has the best pastries in the world!