Outdoor Adventures in Sedona

With 1.8 million acres of national forest land, four wilderness areas and two state parks, the area in and around Sedona was built for adventure. High mesas, rocky cliffs and forested areas with streams and trails provide the perfect backdrop for those who love to get outdoors and kick up the adrenaline.

Sedona’s surroundings boast over 300 miles of rugged trails for hiking, jogging and mountain biking. For a true Western way to explore the buttes, canyons and creeks of Sedona, saddle up and go on a horseback riding adventure. Trained guides will lead you through beautiful terrain brimming with wildflowers, native trees and unique wildlife.

Looking for more speed and adrenaline? Hold on and feel the wind rush through your hair as you embark on an ATV or Jeep adventure over the stunning red rock terrain that gives this region its name.

Take to the water and enjoy kayaking Sedona’s rivers and creeks, or cast a line and try reeling in the big catch. Rafting adventures provide the thrill of a lifetime, while in the winter months, you can visit nearby ski resorts for downhill adventures.

For a unique way to experience Sedona, take to the sky in a hot air balloon. High above the splendor of the red rocks, you’ll be enveloped in peace and serenity as you float along and marvel at the natural wonders below.

Arizona is a renowned golf destination, and Sedona boasts several award-winning courses worthy of a visit, including the Robert Trent Jones-designed Oak Creek Country Club, open to the public and a delight for players of any skill level.

Whether from land, water or air, when you stay with us at Hyatt Residence Club Sedona, Piñon Pointe, you’ll discover an outdoor adventure sure to give you the rush of a lifetime.