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Seize your some day

Although they may be slightly biased when they say it, Sedona locals aren’t too far off when they call their hometown the most beautiful place on Earth. With breathtaking vistas from every canyon, mountain, and cliffside, you and your four-legged family member will enjoy one of your most picture-perfect adventures yet. Some visit in pursuit of spiritual clarity, others for the many opportunities to explore the red rock backdrop, and a few to escape the cold for Sedona’s semi-arid climate. But, all come for the scenic natural wonders and the memories that they help to create. There are many pet-friendly hotels in Sedona—like the Red Agave Resort —that put you right in the heart of Verde Valley and its rust-colored monolithic mesa.

Where can I find the best hiking spots in Sedona to take my dog?

The short answer to that is to step outside of your Sedona pet-friendly hotel and start walking—the area is a web of hiking trails for you and Hairy Paw-ter to explore. In fact, L’Auberge de Sedona put out its own list of great trekking trails. These are some of our favorites:

  • Bell Rock: The Courthouse Butte Loop Trail is a scenic, easy to moderate 4.2-mile trek that will take you past the aptly named Bell Rock as well as a smaller mesa known as Pancake Rock.
  • Fay Canyon: This easy 2.4-mile stroll is highlighted by the tall red cliff walls that boarder the trail. You’ll want to snap a bunch of pictures on this hike.
  • Broken Arrow: Broken Arrow offers trekkers views of multi-layered cliffs painstakingly painted by Mother Nature herself, Devil’s Dining Room sinkhole, and a handful of other trails that link into the main trail to extend the day.
  • Slide Rock State Park: With 43 acres of open space, you and your pup have plenty of room to roam in the park within Oak Creek Canyon.

What are the top pet-friendly restaurants in Sedona with a view?

Just like with hiking trails, you don’t have to look far to find a restaurant with a view in Sedona where you and Hairy Paw-ter can break bread with the locals. The following delicious dining options are all dog-approved:

  • Javelina Cantina: Part of the reason why we travel is to eat the local cuisine. The Southwestern food shines as bright as the Sedona sun at this outdoor eatery.
  • Mesa Grill: Seated high on top of Airport Mesa, the only things that surpass the amazing garden and red rock views are the food and the service.
  • Taste of Marrakech: This unique bistro puts a Moroccan twist on local staples. With everything made from healthy, locally farmed, organic ingredients, you and your pooch can afford a second helping.

When you use Travelocity to book your stay in Red Rock Country, you’ll find a wide selection of dog-friendly hotels in Sedona at wallet-friendly prices. The scenic central Arizona spiritual oasis is inviting you and Hairy Paw-ter to come and experience its majesty. Let Travelocity help you get there with money to spare.

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