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Join Desert Adventures on a visit to the four vortexes located in the area around Sedona: Airport, Cathedral Rock, Boynton Canyon and Bell Rock Vortex.
Where: Meeting At Jeff & Michael’s Ranchette at 7:30am or the Red Rock Visitor Center and Ranger station near Dry Beaver Spring at 8:45 am.
Who: Jeff & Michael will be your hosts, so what could go wrong?
How: We’ll buddy up and caravan from the ranchette, in as few vehicles as possible
Why: We need to recharge our crystals
How Much: $5.00 to cover water and snacks; there are tours out there that cost $95, this ain't one of them, so lower your expectations and do a little research before on the google machine to learn what a vortex is and get a little background, the trip will mean more
Lunch: Bring your own, we’ll throw them in a cooler and we’ll lunch at the Cathedral Rock Vortex, no chairs, but there are rocks, and an incredible view, trust me.
What else do I need to know: We’ll be visitors on very sacred land, so we need to be respectful, as people come from all over the world to experience these holy spots. They don’t put these things in convenient places so there will be some hiking and climbing on rocks is involved, not severe, but gloves, a hat and maybe a walking stick, and water might be helpful.
We do need to get a head count so we have enough extra waters and cheese doodles for lunch, as well as other surprises. We’ll also scheduling a stop a great local trinket shop that has bathrooms, snacks and a terribly convenient and photogenic vortex that’s not on the tourist map.
Questions: call Jeff at home 623-780-1717, or cell 623-670-8909, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Ranchette’s still at 34050 N 10th St, Phoenix
Ranger Station is at 8375 AZ-179 Sedona, AZ 86351