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site 1 Amitabha Stupa Peace Park

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Rarely seen in the West, a stupa is considered to be the living presence of the Buddha and represents the Mind of Enlightenment.

TIP: Animals are not allowed on property.
site 2 Baldwin Trail to Red Rock Crossing

yoga mat suggested

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meditation area

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As this hike meanders along Oak Creek under ancient cottonwood and pine trees, you will come upon creek beds covered in thousands of small rock stacks that resemble the Buddha’s plump belly and small head.

TIP: Adding to or disturbing the existing stacks is not permitted.
site 3 Chapel of the Holy Cross

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meditation area

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red rock pass

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This truly must-visit site attracts visitors of all faiths for its spectacular views and incredible architecture.

TIP: The place of worship has service on Monday evening.
site 4 House of Apache Fires at Red Rock State Park

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Built by Jack and Helen Frye, Sedona’s most famous family, this striking structure is an integral and mysterious part of Sedona’s spiritual history.

TIP: The smoke from the fires of the Yavapai-Apache who camped along Oak Creek led to the name “House of Apache Fire.”
site 5 Little Horse Trail

yoga mat suggested

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meditation area

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red rock pass

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Appearing as huge and eternal presence, the ‘Madonna and the Nuns’ spire rock formation watches over the land surrounding Little Horse Trail.

TIP: Along this trail, you’ll find plenty of flat spaces perfect for laying down your yoga mat.
site 6 Thunder Mountain Trailhead

yoga mat suggested

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meditation area

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Park at the trailhead to take a short hike to the base of the mountain, and discover a secluded plateau ideal for quiet yoga or meditation.

TIP: Native Americans named it Thunder Mountain because it is struck by lightning up to 4,000 times a year.
site 7 Wedding Tree at Red Rock State Park

yoga mat suggested

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meditation area

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red rock pass

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A pair of large branches creates the image of two distinct trees merging together at its trunk, making the Wedding Tree the perfect symbol under which many happy couples have joined their lives.

TIP: Reserve your wedding at Red Rock State Park by calling (800) 285-3703.
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