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The total driving distance from Las Vegas, NV to Sedona, AZ is 275 miles or 443 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Las Vegas, Nevada. It ends in Sedona, Arizona.
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Sedona is about 116 miles from Phoenix AZ.
Red Rock State Park is one of the top attractions when visiting Sedona. Located southwest of Sedona, this 286-acre nature preserve, and environmental education center offers a network of trails for hiking, biking, and limited horseback riding. See the red rock and greenery of Oak Creek while hiking on clearly marked trails. Or join a bird-watching tour or moonlight hikes.
Another thing to do is to take a photo of the Cathedral Rock reflected in the waters of Oak Creek at Red Rock Crossing. You can combine your photo sessions with swimming, fishing and picnicking. The best time to get there is either during the weekday or early morning hours.
Wine and food lovers may want to visit Sedona’s Verde Valley Wine Trail. Wine making can be traced back to the late 17th century in Arizona. In 1884, Heinrich Schuerman settled in Sedona and became the first person that started a vineyard. Visitors can follow the Verde Valley Wine Trail, visit the vineyards and sample Arizona’s wine. Organized tours are available through WineToursofSedona.com and TheOriginalSedonaWineTours.com.
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