One bright April morning, I set out in search of the elusive owl clover. I’ve heard tales of a heavenly blanket of the stuff out
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About - Sedona
Welcome to beautiful Sedona, AZ. USA! This little town nestled in the northern Arizona wilderness offers a quirky vibe and unique appeal you can’t find anywhere else on earth.
According to the World Population Review, this tiny slice of heaven boasts just over 10,000 residents, but it isn’t little when it comes to nature. You’ll find the entire town surrounded by national forest land, making it the perfect spot to visit if you live to hike, mountain bike, or just kick back and take in some of the most spectacular scenery you’ll find only in Sedona.
You can hike from one end of town to the other with your feet barely hitting the sidewalk. You’ll find no shortage of jaw-dropping sandstone formations and mystical vortices in Sedona. The high desert landscape comes alive in the springtime and fall. You’ll find blankets of wildflowers in every hue imaginable in the spring and lose yourself in the splendor of autumn as you stroll among the changing leaves at Oak Creek.
Sedona is also the home to some of the best holistic healing therapies you’ll find anywhere. If you are a yoga buff, you can find restorative classes suitable for folks of any fitness level. The area’s numerous day spas offer therapeutic massages, reiki, and specialty treatments like sound therapy to restore you to optimal well-being.
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