Make your drive more exciting and fun by taking these stops on your way from Phoenix to Sedona.
Lake Pleasant is a beautiful park, mostly flatland, with gentle rises leading toward the lake. Whereas the incline up takes you to the regional park. You can enjoy water activities that take place in the lake.
Agua Fria National Monument
The national monument is spread over 71,000 acres of land 40 miles north of central phoenix. Within the national monument, you have the Agua Fria Canyon, which stretches further to the Agua Fria River. There are diverse vegetative communities and topographic features, and a dormant volcano decorates the landscape with an extensive rocky, basaltic plateau. The fauna found there are coyotes, bobcats, antelope, mule deer, javelina, a variety of small mammals, and songbirds. You can hike, camp, and visit hundreds of archaeological sites in the Agua Fria.
This place is a perfect example of a unique souvenir. Paola Soleri, an Italian architect, designed it. The shape of the building is very unusual, which is home to learners of Soleri’s building method. The major attraction to take a look at are the hand-cast bronze and ceramic wind bells. You can halt here overnight if you are tired or want a break.
Cottonwood is a city in Arizona with a population of 11,265. The climate here is semi-arid steppe where the high temperature is typically 13 degrees C, whereas the lowest temperature is -3 degrees C. It is now also called the “Heart of Arizona Wine Country.” You can visit this wine city on your way to Sedona.
Taliesin West is located in Scottsdale, Arizona, which was the studio and winter house of architect Frank Lloyd Wright. It was constructed in 1937 and is the headquarters of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. It is open for the public to take the tour. The structure is formed keeping in mind the representation of Arizona's long, low, sweeping lines and uptilting planes. The materials used in the construction were those which were readily available rather than importing them. The roof was covered by translucent canvas, later replaced with plastic due to the intense sun in Arizona. Visit this heritage site on your drive to Sedona.
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