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Sedona Area (Arizona-USA)

Sedona is located 27 miles south of Flagstaff, Arizona, at the junction of the county lines of Yavapai and Coconino counties. As a major recreation in this southwestern state, Sedona is well know for red sandstone formation and the scenic Oak Creek canyon, but less knows for the natural arches located in the backcountry. Three of these arches show above are located out of the way and require driving backcountry roads and hiking short, well used trails which bring you to these inspiring places.

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Devils Bridge

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Vultee Arch

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Fay Canyon Arch

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Indian Head Arch

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Soldier Pass Arch

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Robbers Roost Cave

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