The Boynton Canyon Vortex
is another amazing experience. I would allow at least an entire day to
discover the many wonderful trails. From Sedona, heading toward
Cottonwood on Highway 89A, turn right on Dry Creek Road. Follow Dry
Creek Road until you see signs directing you to Boynton Canyon. Don't
forget the camera! If you call in advance you could have a wonderful
lunch at The Enchantment Resort. Be spell bound and awestruck at the
beautiful red rock cliffs as you eat in the most beautiful restaurant.
This area has very powerful energy in it.
Courthouse Butte Vortex
is located east of Bell Rock Vortex. Courthouse Butte is located off
Hwy 179, just north of the Village of Oak Creek. There are many
turnoffs where you may park your car and follow trailheads that will
lead you toward this massive vortex. There is also a public parking
area south of Bell Rock where you can park your car and easily reach
Court House Butte. This powerful energy center juts up from the earth
with great strength and determination. It looks like a Native American
chief wearing a headdress looking up to the sky asking the Great Sprit
to bless the people.
Airport Mesa Vortex is
one of the best views of Sedona. The vortex is located about half way
up Airport Road off 89A. There is a huge free parking area on the left.
This is a very nice vortex where you may have a spiritual experience
and watch an amazing sunset. You can see the Village of Oak Creek,
Mingus Mountain and Jerome from this amazing 360 degree vista point.
Cathedral Rock Vortex (pictured
above)–This is known as the most famous and most photographed vortex in
the world. Drive on Highway 89A toward Cottonwood to Upper Red Rock
Loop road. Turn left and drive to Chavez Ranch Road. Turn left to
Crescent Moon Park. This is such a beautiful place. The two spires
located in the center of the Cathedral Rock are known as The Lovers. It
is an amazing vortex.
Schnebly Hill Vortex
is a wild ride you may strongly consider before venturing out on the
road. I'd definitely recommend a four-wheel drive vehicle as the
terrain leading up to the top of this vortex is very rough and the
sights are incredible! See Sedona in a whole new view. This road takes
you to one of the highest plateaus in Sedona and if you stay on it long
enough you will land on Highway 17 headed toward Flagstaff! Drive up
Schnebly Hill Road and be amazed!
So, the big question is:
Exactly what is a Vortex? Well, go see for yourself,
and while you are at the vortex, have a wonderful and spiritual