The 15th Annual RunSedona event is taking place on February 1, 2020. Gather your family and friends to start your year off with fitness goals on a course that you will never forget.
This boutique destination running event is expected to host more than 3,000 runners and walkers who will participate in one of three breathtaking panoramic courses: 5K, 10K and Half Marathon.
The course will take registrants through the scenic Coconino National Forest District, known for its magical iron-clad formations, and onto the streets of one of the most beautiful cities in the country – Sedona, AZ, recently placed on the “Top 10 Best Small Towns in America” list!
Spectators, supporters and participants will be treated to a Race Day Expo featuring a variety of local exhibitors/vendors, food truck(s), local not-for profit organizations and a Beer Garden. Please allow for some time to enjoy our community.
Come to RunSedona and be part of a rich tradition of healthy, sustainable living and neighborly camaraderie.
Introducing the 2020 Race Finisher shirt from Green Layer. Technical fabric, gender specific sizing and ONLY AVAILABLE IF YOU FINISH YOUR RACE!
Show off your accomplishment.
About Jerome State Historic Park
The Douglas Mansion has been an eye-catching landmark in Jerome since 1916, when James S. Douglas built it on the hill just above his Little Daisy Mine. This former home is now a museum devoted to the history of the Jerome area and the Douglas family. The museum features photographs, artifacts and minerals in addition to a video presentation and a 3-D model of the town with its underground mines. There are more displays outside along with a picnic area offering a beautiful panoramic view of the Verde Valley.
On a Guidance Air Helicopter Tour, you can experience unparalleled beauty as we take an extended tour of the greater Sedona area. Catch a glimpse of Sycamore Canyon with the Verde River lazily winding its way through. A quick peak of “Robbers Roost,” and some of the most amazing panoramic views of Sedona to be had. Behold the mighty and looming Mingus Mountain with the old mining town of Jerome perched on her side. Located at 1200 Airport Rd
Sedona, AZ 86336.
At Sedona ATV & Buggy Rental we help you create your own adventures! RELAX and enjoy the breathtaking beauty that is Sedona. Travel at your own pace, because you are in total control.
Let us share with you our passion for off-roading in Sedona. We are committed to providing you with everything you need to experience the ultimate Sedona ATV adventure, from top of the line vehicles and gear to accurate trail maps and refreshments. We can even provide helmet cams that allow you to record and preserve your Sedona ATV experience for years to come. Spend a day with us and make memories that will last for a lifetime.
WITH A LONG BACKGROUND OF EXPERIENCE RIDING ATVS IN THE SEDONA BACKCOUNTRY, WE KNOW WHAT IT TAKES TO GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR TRIP INTO THE ROCKS AND ARE DEDICATED TO PROVIDING TOP-QUALITY VEHICLES TO ENHANCE YOUR EXPERIENCE.
Sedona ATV Rental of Sedona, AZ is a member of Tread Lightly, an organization built around encouraging respect for trails, the environment and the wildlife that calls it home.
We are true off-road enthusiasts and will always work hard to make your experience in Sedona the most memorable possible. We look forward to seeing you!
Northern Lights Balloon Expeditions is Sedona’s oldest and largest hot air balloon company, in business here since 1973, with an excellent safety record. In fact, they have the longest flying record of any balloon company in the state of Arizona. They are one of only two balloon companies permitted by the U.S. Forest Service to take off and land in the Sedona area.
Most of their balloons are the smaller six to seven passenger size (depending on weight), providing a more intimate and friendly flying experience.They have, however, recently added a twelve-passenger balloon to their fleet, for when their smaller balloons are at capacity, and also so larger families and groups can fly together.
Their overall professionalism creates a safe and enjoyable flight for you, enabling you to relax and enjoy the experience.
Your experience ends with a light champagne picnic breakfast – for which they receive rave reviews.
On the 1st Friday of each month, from 5:00 – 8:00 pm, members of the Sedona Gallery Association offer a unique monthly showcase highlighting artists, special exhibits, and art events. These special art receptions give locals and Sedona visitors alike the opportunity to enjoy light refreshments while beginning their weekends with an exploration of Sedona’s exciting art scene. All guests are welcome to attend free of charge. Sedona has a thriving arts scene, replete with galleries that nurture the careers of both established and emerging artists. We have become what the New York Times refers to as a “New West Enclave” delighting both new and established collectors.
Welcome to Cocopah, a unique shopping adventure in Sedona’s red rock country. Cocopah offers antique, locally-made, and unusual beads and kits. Venture into their site to discover the Bead and Kit of the Month, plus an international bazaar of beads.
The shop carries a significant collection of art nouveau and art deco estate jewelry, old Indian pawn jewelry, antique and vintage Tibetan beads and pendants, Navajo and Hopi Indian components, Zuni fetishes, shell heishi, locally-made beads, American dichroic glass, Austrian crystal, Czech and Venetian glass, turquoise, pearls, gemstones, porcelain, bone, cinnabar and jade. Being the oldest bead store in Arizona, bead artists seek out the little store in Tlaquepaque village where they know they will find unique items for their creations. Cocopah-designed necklaces and earrings are also available.
One-of-a-kind bead kits ranging in price from $6 to $90 tempt the 4 million yearly visitors to Sedona. Tlaquepaque hosts special events throughout the year, and Cocopah participates by inviting Native American artists to demonstrate. Cocopah also has an amazing collection of specimen seashells, Asian antiques, and baskets. When you visit Sedona, come enjoy the ambience of Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village and the special charm of this store.
Forming a new heart in the Village of Oak Creek, Butterfly Burger is a celebration of Chef Lisa Dahl’s passion for the dining experience. The result is something unique in Sedona, A Couture Burger Lounge. While her contemporaries are fashioning fast-casual burger diners, Butterfly Burger is reveling in low-lite glamour and an unabashed cocktail lounge look and feel.
Dahl set out to create a warm and welcoming destination, delivering elegance and excellence. The subtle details of the design will not be lost on discerning guests. The blacked-out entrance doors are flanked by topiaries and boxwood hedges. Black walls covered in rough-hewn planks of mushroom wood set the tone. The dark sultry lighting builds the mood and complements the amber glow from the bar’s rose-gold mirrors. Dark cobblestone is underfoot and it wraps the bronze butterfly inlaid at the entrance. Fine jazz bathes guests as the hum of quiet conversations ignite the lounge-style experience.
Chef Dahl’s three Burger Battle Championship burgers lead the mouth watering menu. Lisa’s main Butterfly Delights include ten international inspired burgers, plus a Wagyu Beef Hot Dog.
With names like The Waco Kid, Oui Oui Monsieur and Mi Quiero Vaquero your taste buds will be transported from the American southwest to France, Spain even Greece with the Gyro Burger made from a proprietary spice blend of all-natural Colorado lamb.
Vegans, vegetarians and pescatarians can revel with their carnivorous friends.
Surf’s up with the Mowee Wowee – using house created spices rubbed on a Mahi Mahi filet.
They wouldn’t be a Burger place for all, if they just made burgers for carnivores. I myself, crave our Veggie Burgers. Organic Beet Burger, Primo Portobello and the Hipster Burger could convert dedicated meat lovers.