Sedona sits approximately 100 miles south of one of the seven natural wonders of the world, the Grand Canyon. You can enter the park by train or by car. If you choose to go by train, the classic train cars of the Grand Canyon Railway depart daily for a 2 ½ hour journey featuring costumed singers, storytellers, and even train robbers. At Grand Canyon National Park, you can drive to designated overlooks, walk along the rim’s edge to Grand Canyon Village, rent bicycles and hike into the canyon. Some activities, such as rafting, mule rides and the eight-mile hike to the turquoise-blue waters of Havasupai Falls, require weeks or months of planning, but they are well worth the extra effort.