Oak Creek Canyon is a river gorge located along the Mogollon Rim in northern Arizona between the cities of Flagstaff and Sedona.
Day 5 - California Trip Left Santa Fe at 7:30 am and headed to Albuquerque. Arrived at 8:30 am and we saw hundreds of balloons in the air. See photo From there we drove across scrub desert into Arizona where it was desert and relatively flatter. Crossed the continental divide. We seemed to go up hill and down a lot. As we neared Flagstaff, the wind was horrific and it was difficult driving. Although you won't know it with some of the rigs passing you by. As we neared Flagstaff the terrain turned very hilly and we were climbing. The vegetation turned to Ponderosa Pine. We left IS 40 at Flagstaff and took 89A to Sedona. The drive was through Oak Creek Canyon and over 9 miles we dropped 2000 feet. You could only drive about 25 mph at most, some of the winding turns were only 15 mph and a white knuckled drive. The view was spectacular. As we neared Sedona you could see the red rocks appearing. Sedona is a jewel and in pic's 1 & 3 you can see some of the red rock mtns. Tomorrow heading up to the Grand Cany ...
Okay, from teaching yesterday morning to raising a pint to my late friend Greg (didn't think the owner would appreciate me pouring a little for a fallen homie), to oysters with my buddy Rich, walking to Einstein Bros Bagels with Mom for Sunday breakfast, to Flagstaff (Macy's, Crystal Magic, and Lumberyard Brewery) to Oak Creek Canyon (Indian Gardens...YUM and BEAUTIFUL as always) to salsa dancing with Luis Valle all within 48 hours. Temps are breaking, fall is here in the valley. Hard to have to say good-bye soon.
Discovering gorgeous hidden gem in right now. Peaceful along Oak Creek Canyon stream
Seven Wonders Scenic Tours Welcomes you to join us for our special Arizona Lavender Festival Day Trip We will leave Sedona at 9AM traveling up Oak Creek Canyon towards Flagstaff. Our knowledgeable Guide, Cheston Trammel, will share his fascinating stories of Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon. In Flagstaff our founder, Mr Lloyd Taylor, will be joining us. From there we will travel east on I40 passing by Walnut Canyon and Meteor Crater. Mr Taylor will share his in depth knowledge of these fascinating places along the way. In Winslow we will stop at the Historic La Pasada for a wonderful lunch and tour of the grounds and gardens. Next we will see the magnificent Petrified Trees of Holbrook dating back millions of years and a short stop in Jim Grey's. Then we will enjoy a scenic drive along the edge of the Painted Desert. Finally we will arrive at the Red Rock Lavender Farms around 1pm. This is a special time of year for the Lavender it is in full bloom. We will be doing daily trips throughout the weekends of the L ...
Sweet 1940's reel about Oak Creek Canyon. We were there this year. The land has not changed much. Just the rules ;) -
So jealous! Make sure you hit oak creek canyon!!
Hey all, What's your weekend plans? Anyone doing something special for Fathers Day?
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Yesterday's hike - west fork trail in oak creek canyon. We did about a 5 mile hike. Susan was a trooper and did this with her injured toe! She didn't want to miss anything! :-)
Momma used to say "the best part of a vacation is looking forward to it". Ok. But I'm done lookin forward. Just get here already, would ya??!
Are there any aspen groves around here? I'd love to go hike in one...
Home safe and sound from a great day with the boys. Was so nice to crawl into that hot shower and wash all the dirt and grime away from the afternoon on quads in the desert. Hopefully David David Sternlicht and Jeremy Sternlicht get a good night sleep at Pine Flat Campground in upper Oak Creek Canyon in the "Mountain Cabin" (aka the 10x16 tent that could host a frat party).
Time to get the fudge out of the heat for a couple days ..
I wana head out ov town mybe sadona oak creek canyon and slide rock who's down
We will be collecting Hobble Creek Canyon on Friday. Message me if you would like to attend. We will be meeting in the morning in Orem.
WILDOMAR: Citizens’ group sues over Oak Creek Canyon development
Marko through Yarnell and Prescott. Still no sleep. Now it is time for Mingus Mountain, Cottonwood, Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon and Flagstaff.
Next stop Sedona Arizona. Any suggestions of things to see and do and eat!!!
Anyone else have questions from Royal Gorge Fire we can help answer?
Hathaway Fire update - * 2,850 acres * 30% contained * Growth Potential is still "High" . The Hathaway Fire started just before noon on Sunday, June 9 east of Hathaway Canyon on the northern portion of the Morongo Indian Reservation. It is currently burning in steep, rugged terrain in the San Gorgonio Wilderness. Many of the fuels burning have been impacted by drought and bark beetle kill. Extreme fire behavior has been observed, including rollout and uphill runs. There is continued potential for large fire growth into the San Gorgonio Wilderness. Emphasis today is on continuing direct fire line construction, continue air operations until dusk, and night air attack flying. The Hathaway Incident Command Post has been established at Noble Creek Park in Beaumont, CA. Motorists should be aware of increased fire-related traffic along I-10 and Oak Valley Parkway. The San Gorgornio Wilderness area remains open, except for Vivian Creek Trail. However, other trails and local areas such as Pioneertown, Morongo and ...
We took a vacation way back early 00's. we stop at sliding water, oak creek canyon, there were lots of whites playing, sliding down. we got off, into the water we went, about 15 mins later, everybody was gone. we was wondering what happen? n e wayz we n-joy our time. we left, went to phx, California, back to Grand Canyon. we were still puzzled about the oak creek. we found out later it was during this time there was this "Navajo Disease". Hantivirus scare. LMAO..everywhere we went we scare the crap out of people.LOL..
Our hiking adventures yesterday were amazing starting with sliding down the natural slides into the freezing cold waters of Oak Creek at Slide Rock park. Then, we hiked 3 to 4 miles into Oak Creek Canyon! It was so beautiful!
Cousin Todd visiting us in Arizona. We're getting ready to hike in Oak Creek Canyon in Sedona today. Looking forward to our adventure !
Best fall riding in AZ is Oak Creek Canyon!
When most of us think about where we want to ride our mountain bikes, we consider how much climbing we feel like doing, how hot the day may be, how many people may also be on the trail, and if you are anything like me and extremely prone to poison oak, you are also thinking about which trails to avoid. Mike Gourley is no exception when it comes to choosing trails nor to the wrath of poison oak, but he has a few secret weapons up his sleeve: shovels, gloves and pick-axes. Working in conjunction with the National Forest Service and The Ojai Valley Land Conservancy, Mike has been maintaining trails in Ojai for the past 15 years. Inspired by the many miles of trails and beautiful terrain of Ojai, I had the chance to sit down with Mike, to talk about his fascination with trail work. “We’ve gotta take care of our local trails, and they’re not gonna get done just thinking about them.” As a boy scout, Mike learned that the more you take care of the outdoors, the longer they will be around to play in ...
Oak Creek Canyon - looking forward to being able to hike again.
Hey lubbock suck my balls lol I am never comming back
Are you ready to do some fly fishing in Sedona, Arizona?
Okay Arizona!! Where are your favorite places to go and take photos? Specific names, roads, or places appreciated!!
Enjoying the day with Paul Wasmer and David Wasmer...amazing beauty!!! Sedona Arizona:-)
Arizona Snowbowl Tuesday, June 11, 2013 SNOWBOWL OFFERS UNIQUE SUNSET CHAIRLIFT RIDE AND BARBECUE FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - While much of Arizona is living up to its hot, dry reputation with triple digit heat, Arizona Snowbowl is offering cool temperatures and cool views with the return of the Sunset Chairlift Ride! This Friday, June 14, and every second Friday of the month through October, the Sunset Chairlift will run from 3 to 6 p.m. A free barbecue dinner comes with the purchase of a Chairlift Ride ticket and live music! National Weather Service meteorologists say this Friday, Sunset lift riders can expect clear, sunny skies, as monsoon thunderstorm clouds won't start building until early July. "The view should be terrific. It looks like we'll have a westerly flow between now and Friday, which should push smoke and haze from the New Mexico fire away from us," said meteorologist George Howard. "The higher you go, the longer you'll see the sun sinking into the West. Right now the warmest temperature at 11,000 ...
Highlight of Arizona trip so far, besides hanging with Deb and Dan in the mountains, was a visit to Jerome, an ex-mining town built on the side of a mountain. Nothing like it in Texas. Or the rest of the country.
"Fun is good." -Dr. Seuss Enjoying the creekside deli while getting some work done in Oak Creek Canyon.
The morning drive is through Sedona and up the Oak Creek canyon to the gates of Forest Highlands just south of Flagstaff, Arizona. What's next is one of my favorite tracks of all time. The Forest Highlands Canyon course has been rated No. 1 in Arizona year after year. It's a pure mountain and canyon gem, with towing ponderosa pines and elk rubbing up against flag sticks.
Just a little sample of oak creek canyon west fork hike today . It was incredibly beautiful .
More photos! Our cameras are always ready, so we ask: what kinds of photos would you like to see more of on our page? Campus shots, Flagstaff outdoors, local stomping grounds, etc? Be specific and we will answer the call!
That is one of those photographs that I wish I was the one that captured it! Great image! :-D
Left Phoenix yesterday noon with a working ac in the suburban and fridge in the trailer. Headed through Oak Creek Canyon (pic of Bell Rock) and Sedona. Camped at Jacob Lake (pic deer across from campsite) north of the Grand Canyon. Won't visit the GC since we were there 12 yrs ago. Headed through Utah towards Nevada for the night. Absolutely spectacular scenery!
Drunken Kung Fu Fighting. The Real Fighting Techniques of the Daoist 8 Eight Drunken Immortals by Jake Mace in Tempe and Phoenix, Arizona with assist by Joac...
BOULDER CITY, Nev. (AP) — A Boy Scout group that took a hike in a Colorado River canyon over the weekend had tried to beat the heat by starting early, but they were no match for temperatures that soared to 115 degrees.
getting all the utillities up and running. Met the landlord and had a beer with him last night. Love our new home!!!
Our elders have always believed in supernatural entities & passed their values onto new generations.
Finding it hard to motivate myself to take a step ladder out to the mural site. I had noodle legs for hours after the fact yesterday. Too hot to be working out there. I guess it is as touched up as it is going to be.
George and I just got home from a all day date together :) We drove to Flagstaff and went to the Farmers Market, met Angie Clark there, went to her temporary home. Left there and drove down Oak Creek Canyon, through Sedona, Cottonwood, Jerome, Prescott, Wickenburg and finally home! Had a FABULOUS DAY! Thank you Honey! Our GPS unit only got us lost once...off course on some random gravel road for a hour and a half that SUCKED! Thanks LoLa (thats our GPS's name) :)
To all my ahs yl friends we are going to oak creek canyon this friday, we'll meet at 10am at the starbucks at 44th and indian school and we'll be back by 6, more details to come
Well, the oak creek trip, turned into the Sycamore camping trip instead. 9 people from all corners of the earth, crammed into a car and a jeep, and proceeded to wander off onto forest roads that lead towards sycamore, in theory. After (well before too, honestly), pronouncing the collective party lost without direction, I finally spoke firmly enough to ask if I could navigate, due to the fact that A-I was the only Arizonan, and 2-I was the only one who had been there...a lot. With about three fingers of space between the sun and the horizon left of daylight, we tribed down into the canyon, thoroughly enjoying the first swimming hole, then hiking back up, to further the evening; lacking a campfire, but ample in guitars; even a drum showed up to the shindig. This morning was spent hiking further up stream to the main swimming hole/ tall cliffs. On the way in, alone, I spent some time in the jaguar lounge; sprawled amongst smooth sycamore branches, practically above the Verde..'twas nice. The 89A backseat ...
I only post this stuff for some of my friends that will never have the opportunity to see this part of our great country and those that may like to, I hope. I am biased though, I'm crazy about the great Southwest, so ROAD TRIP! Santa Fe and Taos are nice to see but are basically tourist traps. Should have just went whitewater rafting or fishing on the Rio Grande between the two cities, but forces higher than me didn't allow that. Bummer! Winslow was just something I have wanted to do because of the song. Didn't know I was one of many!
Made breakfast for my mother and I. Time to doll up and cruise Flagstaff for yard sales! I want to take a drive down to oak creek canyon. reminds me of my childhood days when my grandparents and uncle were here along with all the rest of my tabaha family :'(
Musings from Mikepedia. One of the great blessings we have living in The West is the proximity of so many wonderful National Parks. The newest is Pinnacles, located not far from Salinas in NorCal. But though we have the majority of Parks in the country, other areas are needing this extra special protection that National Park designation affords. Such locations as Mount Shasta, Mount Hood, Big Sur, Mono Lake, Oak Creek Canyon, and The Columbia Gorge, among many others, are spectacular areas that need this designation. For a variety of reasons ( none of them good, in my estimation) these areas, while mostly Federally owned, have been passed over for National Park Status. Do you have any additions ? In my lifetime I hope to see a Shasta National Park, and a Mount Hood National Park ( and that already comes with a spectacular lodge, Timberline). Lets get the letter writing started.
I'm sitting here torturing myself, looking at old photos and posts from friends n family, n friends that are family one way or another, desperately missing you all n wanting to come home, NC. I miss n love you all! Xoxo's
Here we come Flagstaff oak creek canyon got $ on u
Some of the gang at oak creek canyon!
Had a good little road trip with Tanner today. We went to Cottonwood, AZ so he could apply for a firefighter position there. It was a good day!
Vacation @ Northern AZ - Grand Canyon, Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon, you can make Vegas or Lake Havasu.
Body found in Arizona was man wanted by feds - FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — A dead body found in northern Arizona has been identified as a Washington state man with a federal warrant out for his arrest. Coconino County Sheriff&officials say the body of 47-year-old Stephen Buck was discovered May 27 by a hiker in Oak Creek Canyon. The fully-clothed body was found behind some trees near a creek and authorities say there were no signs of ...
Authorities identify body found by hikers in Oak Creek Canyon -
Body found in Oak Creek Canyon ID’d: A body found May 27 in Oak Creek Canyon has been identified as a Washingt...
I liked a video from Oak Creek Canyon Arizona Travel: "Roads to Romance" 1949
CBS5: CCSO: Body in Oak Creek Canyon was wanted man
Faeries DO exist. Nobody questions when they use their cell phone to make a call that it is actually happening, even though they can't see the energy leaving the phone going to the satellite, beaming back down to the person you are calling. Faeries exist just as much as cell signals do. and Elves, and Leprechauns...
Super excited for this weekend! Heading up to Sedona now for a two-day HeartMath seminar. Hiking, great Oak Creek Beer, fancy wine, good food... Yay! Love Sedona!
The kid woke up at 4:00am. FOUR A.M. On my vacation day. Awesome. The bright side of things - we have a jump-start to our power-day of fishing!
Tonight: Double Daggers Seminar at PLA, Tempe: Order Double Daggers Here: Friday June 7th Time: 5pm - 7pm Cost: $25 Bring: Double Daggers, Camera (for recording), Notes, Water, Training Clothes Info: This is the 2nd Kata or Tao Lu from the system of Shaolin Double Daggers. It is a 44 posture Kata and Jake will provide posture names and notes for all those in attendance! Golden Leopard Kung Fu from Sedona in Oak Creek Canyon: Order Golden Leopard Here: Saturday June 29th Time: Hit the trail starting at 8am Cost: $25 Bring: Hiking Shoes, Notes, Camera (for scenery, and recording the Kata) Info: Our first Seminar Field Trip!!! We will be releasing the traditional Golden Leopard Kata or Tao Lu This Style of Kung Fu is Super Explosive and Powerful and Utilizes Combinations in 5 and 7 hit sequences! Neck Breaks, Rapids Arm Attacks, and Incredible Beauty and Power makes this style of Kung Fu wonderful to practice and train. Golden Leopard is challenging for Black Belts and really fun for beginne ...
thanks again to all of those who have LIKE'd this page and supports the beauty of Palo Duro Canyon !!
Jim Thompson of Ireland settled here in Oak Creek Canyon in 1876. This three mile trail was built by…
Good Evening Family and Friends!! today is my 3th. day going out to CBQ lol. well we went out to Oak Creek to look for a cow but had no luck. Now I'm at Canyon day just kicking back and watching the NBA Game
Wall Garden- Today's post is another image from Oak Creek Canyon. The vibrant greens seemed to contrast well with...
Driving back from Sedona up oak creek canyon
This is a picture of one of (if not) my favorite short routes in Red Rock Canyon, Oak Creek Overlook. I have done it twice with the 52 Peak Club and once solo. The angle of this photo makes this look impossible, yet it's not as hard as this picture makes it look. So fun, this short route has everything.
HELP ME. I'm home for the next three days with a 6-year old and a Chihuahua and it's 107 outside. I don't have a job (Thank you MLM). And...I don't want to stay at home. Good ideas for Arizona getaways with a kid and a dog???
Booking activities for Maui. Anyone have suggestions for things we must do and can't miss? Has anyone done the sunrise/bike ride down from Haleakala?
Loved the Grand Canyon. If you have not been, put it on your bucket list.
Happy times camping with friends in Oak Creek Canyon but had to head up the hill to finish up an iPad training then will get back down there asap~
If I live here long enough, I'm getting a second house in Oak Creek Canyon-- Sedona...think Garlands. No, really, I am. What is life without goal setting?
Have had a wonderful day riding thriugh Jerome, Sedona, Oak Creek and Camp Verde with my college friends and their sposes.
Check this page for upcoming special events and live classical music performances in Arizona. Coming up in June, the 7th Annual Sedona Bluegrass Festival!
LOVE # 12 driving in Phoenix HOW TO DRIVE IN PHOENIX: 1. You must first learn to pronounce the city name, it is: FEE-NICKS'. There are other names to learn such as Awatukee (Ah-wa-Too-Kee) but that will be included in the advanced course. 2. The morning rush hour is from 5:00 am to noon. The evening rush hour is from noon to 7:00 pm. Friday's rush hour starts on Thursday morning. 3. The minimum acceptable speed on most freeways is 85 mph. On Loop 101, your speed is expected to at least match the highway number. Anything less is considered 'Wussy'. 4. Forget the traffic rules you learned elsewhere. Phoenix has its own version of traffic rules. For example, cars/trucks with the loudest muffler go first at a four-way stop; the trucks with the biggest tires go second. However, East Valley, SUV-driving, cell phone-talking moms ALWAYS have the right of way. 5. If you actually stop at a yellow light, you will be rear ended, cussed out, and possibly shot. 6. Never honk at anyone. Ever. Seriously. It's another off ...
Finished spray tanning tomorrow's bride with the ONE hour solution! I'm think water day for me and the kids. Lake Mary or Oak Creek canyon?
We leave tomorrow morning at 6:00 AM for AZ and CA. We will be taking Gina and Emily with us to see some of the sights along the way: Petrified Forest, Painted Desert, Grand Canyon, Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona, etc. We will attend our friends 50th wedding anniversary in Flagstaff. Becki and Kaylee will join us at the Fosters in LA. Later James will fly out to attend his formal Doctoral "hooding" at Fuller Theological Seminary. He received his diploma has Junes but was unable to attend at Kaylee came at the same time. ( This is another phase of our 50th celebration year. More to come after this event)
My profile picture is from near Sodena, AZ, top of Oak Creek Canyon!
Any plans on Oak Creek Canyon this summer?
CCSO Rescues Two Stranded Hikers Rescued from West Fork in Oak Creek Canyon Details at link
Lunch at coyote canyon back on the patio !! Sun out music on great day off!
Featuring the best photos of Sedona, AZ
Sunday we spent the day in the Flag Staff area. First we rode the chairlift at the Snow Bowl ski area to the top of a 11,500 foot mountain. Then we drove through Sedona. Lots of tourists’ but no John McCain. On the way home we twist and turned our way through Oak Creek Canyon, Red Rock Park and Slide Rock Park. We must go back to Slide Rock when the kids are back in school it’s really cool.
We were scouting in Oak Creek Canyon and stopped by the only store for miles for some water. As we're leaving, I notice this guy staring at me. He started pointing at me, almost stuttering.and finally got out, "Are you Tony Sweet?".I gave my standard reply, "Are you the FBI?" He asked again, and I said yes. He said that the bandana and hair piqued his interest, but the Cape May shirt gave it away! I can run, but I can't hide!
Road trippin' with my favorite ally - little bit of Grand Canyon, some Oak Creek Canyon, some Petrified Forest, and some Painted Desert.
Been in northern Arizona since Wednesday! Pitched a tent among pinyon pines next to a small, alpine lake outside Williams which is close to Flagstaff! Used it as a base to spend time in Sedona (beautiful but God has it gotten snobby), Oak Creek Canyon (was it always this crowded?), and the Grand Canyon (you can never go there enough)! Delivered son Travis to the organic farm up there he'll be workin' at for the next six weeks! All he wanted was his mountain bike so we deliver! Spent Sunday next to the lake readin' Tony Hillerman (the one book I apparently missed) and Edward Abbey essays on the American West. Was TV and newspaper free the whole time except for the Arizona Republic Saturday edition with a screamin' headline OKLAHOMA HIT AGAIN and a front page photo of a bigass tornado! That I read! Now I see on Terri Farthing's site (yes, I am alive) that Del City flooded! Has Del City ever flooded? Hope everybody is hangin' in there!
95 degrees when I came off the road today!! Predicting 98 for Friday. Sounds like a good day to take my car to Flagstaff for service. No rain in sight either. Visiting Sedona? Go up to Oak Creek Canyon and cool down during the day. Our early mornings are cool & beautiful, so are our evenings. Just find a cool spot for the late Morning and afternoon and you'll survive our heat!
Any of my Tucson friends know where to go fishing in the Summer?
Enhancement Planning Workshops for Chollas Creek Begin June 22! San Diego Canyonlands cordially invites you to participate as a stakeholder in a series of Canyon Enhancement Planning workshops for the Oak Park Branch of Chollas Creek (from Federal Blvd to east of 54th St). The first workshop will be held on Saturday, June 22nd, 9:30am-12:00pm at the San Diego Police Clubhouse (4108 Federal Blvd, San Diego CA 92102 - All are welcome to attend and provide input for planning a formal trail network, providing safe and convenient canyon/creek access (visual or physical), priority habitat restoration areas, identifying potential connections to other open space and community gathering places and other enhancements. Additional information about the Canyon Enhancement Planning program, including applicable plans and existing conditions maps/information for this area, can be found at SDCL’s CEP program page: www.sdcanyonlands.org/cep. Scroll down the page to find information for Chollas Creek. We hope to see you ...
I'm super excited! I'm taking my kiddos to Cali for a week. We are driving so we will get to see Carlsbad caverns on the way there! On the way home, we're stopping off at the Grand Canyon for more of the awesome sights before we come home! I know driving will be a chore, bit we've for 3 drivers, so it's not all my job!!! Yay! As an added bonus, I get to see my sister, Julie Schille Flesch while I'm there!!! Woo Hoo!!
The 11 members of the Coconino National Forest’s fire prevention crew aim to prevent catastrophic fires with prevention education.
Oak creek canyon!!! This was amazing! Had such a wonderful time with my loves!!!
Detour scenic route with my kiddos n u all enjoy ur Sunday :)
A year ago today I was sitting on the beach in Yelapa, Mexico enjoying breakfast on what would be the best day of my life. Happy 1st Anniversary to Captain of the Leisure Team, and my best friend Jason Smith. Fastest year of my life! You make me laugh everyday. Here's to many more adventure filled years together. Besos my love!
Leaving for vacation, oak creek canyon here we come.
Pics from Slide Rock in oak creek canyon
More images from our short get-away to Oak Creek Canyon and Sedona... proving that Liam and Blue Russ were with us (not in other shots) and all the fun the kids had. Liam and good friend Gabby had fun hiking around the creek and spending time together - her parents run The Butterfly Garden Inn cabins we love.
My friends, Bill & Fran took me up on top of South Mountain, in Phoenix, yesterday for my the 1st time. Wow, looking out over the valley it was pretty awesome. I could see a lot of the valley, except for all the dust in the air. Still a very moving experience. I wished it was better access for my wheelchair. Watched the sun go down and the lights of the city come on. Then my body gave out. Went to Pete's Fish and got dinner. Jill and Austin will be home tonight. I really miss them so much.
Oak creek canyon on 14th and williams for fathers day whoo hoo slide rock...my baby iz xcted.
108 in Phoenix tomorrow...great time to say adios to my hometown. Looking forward to Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon tomorrow on our way outta here! :-)
Camping next Thursday in beautiful Oak Creek Canyon. Whose coming with?
ROAD TRIP!!! Taking 4 girls . . . 3 who have never been . . . to the Grand Canyon tomorrow!
On my way to Sedona for a day at Oak creek Canyon. 110 deg in the valley phx: 80 in the mountains.
Hey guess what? 83 degrees in the desert still feels like 83 degrees in Wisconsin! I wonder what 105 degrees will feel like today in Phoenix.
Back at Butterfly Garden Inn cabins in Oak Creek Canyon with grandkids and Blue Russ and Jeremy Russ. We missed granddad, Daniel Swadener, driving to Madison.
Flagstaff AZ, I'm inside you, what do you say?
Families of the Crew the game time is the same just different location it will be at Oak Creek 9 am in Irvine just off Barranca and Sand Canyon. Address as follows 15616 Valley Oak Irvine Ca.
We got to drive the 16mile oak creek canyon today from Sedona to Flagstaff..4000 to 7000ft. climb..unbelievable transformation and could feel the ancient energy of this amazing place..truly Gods country !
My daughter ... she tried to keep me straight on being cool... keep trying Honey.
Help!!! Looking for a good date spot to get an amazing steak in Saddleback Valley.
Today was West Fork trail down in Oak Creek Canyon and pretty spectacular it was too. The setting was very Jurassic Park - eat your heart out Steven Spielberg. Ros you would have loved the wildlife. The high altitude does make a difference - or it might just be little old unfit me. We had forgotten to bring enough water so we struggled a little. The walk took us past Mayhew Lodge now in ruins but originally a resort for the rich and famous such as Jimmy Stewart, Walt Disney and Clark Gable. Back to base via Safeway again for supplies but not really needed as Sonesta Suites - our hotel - had laid on tea which included some great Hooters beer which I highly recommend. No energy left for anything else now ...
Such a wonderful hike trip this weekend, the first time I had been to Oak Creek Canyon. the drive down to the...
I think I'll hike fat mans lope today. Oh, wait, I can't cause there is a foot of snow outside! Goal for this summer is to hike as many trails as I can in Oak Creek Canyon and Sedona. Who's with me?
Photos while driving to and from Flagstaff, through Sedona and the Oak Creek Canyon and photos from our day spent on an ATV ride through the red rocks of Sedona to see Indian ruins.
I don't know if you remember us Rick, but I'm the person you met in Oak Creek Canyon @ Indian Gardens a few months back Best!
The Grand Canyon is justifiably world-famous for its jaw-dropping scenery and is considered one of the seven wonders of the natural world. This trip of a lifetime will be made all the more memorable by the knowledge that every step will raise much needed funds to improve the lives of young people who are living with cancer. After flying out to Phoenix, Arizona, we spend the second day getting used to the terrain. After driving through the Sonoran Desert and arriving in Sedona, we’ll be walking along Oak Creek Canyon before heading to Flagstaff (which lies on the historic Route 66!) for the night. The main challenge begins on day three when we go to our trailhead at Hualapai Hilltop, where we begin the descent into the Grand Canyon. We’ll be heading towards Supai, the centre of the Havasupai Indian Reservation and the most remote village in mainland USA. The trail goes steeply down from the crater rim, roughly 3,000 feet, and then we’ll follow the river bed into Supai, which will be our home for 3 n ...
Learn more about hiking and fishing in Oak Creek Canyon -
AZ Peeps: Penny and I took a trip to Sedona this last weekend, hiked the West Fork of Oak Creek Canyon, which is about 10 miles(?) north of Uptown Sedona. It was nearly 60 degrees out, but there was up to 12" of snow on the ground, and the creek was partially frozen over. It was a gorgeous day and a great little hike (photos coming soon). Looks like they're getting more snow today; definitely worth a trip up there. Just sayin'.
Trina and I unloaded our cameras, and have hundreds of pictures from the weekend.I won't post them all! (Yes, we did take a 4-day weekend!) We had on our bucket list for this year to go to the Grand Canyon for both a sunset and a sunrise, which was the start of our weekend. Pictures do not begin to do justice to the colors and the vastness of the Canyon. (Rick and Sue Harness, I really appreciate the hike you did from rim to rim!!) We traveled East to the Navajo Nation, and enjoyed meeting and visiting with some folks there, learning about their land and the tales of recent generations (thank you, Pernell!) then we took a short excursion to Sedona, by way of Oak Creek Canyon, and stopped at the Petrified Forest and Painted Desert on the way back home.
Well, I am ONE HAPPY CAMPER! I am in my favorite place in Arizona - Sedona. And happily ensconced for a week or more in a most beautiful RV park/campground with views of the red rocks from my site and right next to Oak Creek! I can hear it running, there are big cottonwood trees and it's QUIET! and yet right next to town, you'd never know. So, to catch up, Monday after the cruise I drove through Lost Dutchman State Park, spent the night at a KOA in Apache Junction where I did laundry and went in the pool and hot tub. Then Tues. drove the back way up 87 and stayed around Payson for the day, boondocking at the Walmart there. Today came on in to Sedona, drove up Oak Creek Canyon, (love that canyon, SO wish there was camping there), went to the Visitor Center in Flagstaff, then drove back down 17 to Sedona and settled in. God is SO Good!
Information on Oak Creek Canyon, a river gorge along the Mogollon Rim in Northern Arizona, located between the cities of Flagstaff and Sedona.
I loved this Travel log and it applies to this area- so here it is: * "Re: Route 66 - LA to Chicago Mar 23, 2011, 4:59 AM Destination Expert for Road Trips Another episode. After visiting GCNP leave this majestic NP via its east entrance. Make a last stop at Desert View watchtower and head for Cameron and its Trading Post. South to Flagstaff then via the Wupatki NM and Sunset Crater loop. Just east of Flag is a nice little NM called Walnut Canyon. Flagstaff is an R66 town. The main road goes right through town and you'll find several R66 shops. Flagstaff also has a nice and cosy down town worth a stop. If you have the time you can head south to Sedona now www.visitsedona.com via wonderful az89A and Oak Creek Canyon. Many things to explore in Sedona. You also can decide to follow I40 east from Flagstaff. There's the exit 219 to Twin Arrows. It's just a loop to the Arrows and the abandonned fuel station and there's a low congrete wall but it makes an easy visit and it's an R66 relic. Further east there's a ...
100 yrs ago "Elsie" traveled by train to Jerome,AZ to teach children that lived along Oak Creek Canyon. Elsie's memoir:
What an AMAZING & exhausting weekend :) Made about a 3.5 mile hike around Lake Sahuaro yesterday with Derek; then today Nathan, Derek & I hiked 6 miles on Boynton Canyon Trail in Sedona :) Then we did some exploring/sightseeing in Sedona, and drove up & out Oak Creek Canyon and had dinner at an AWESOME brewery in Flagstaff. Got home & had a lovely hot bath and about to make a nice hot cup of cocoa while I cuddle up with Nathan on the couch. I'm pretty sure we're going to sleep very well tonight :D
Yes!! Hike West Fork in Oak Creek, Merry go Round up on Schnebly rd, Devils kitchen out in Boynton Canyon!
Standing in the middle 89a in Oak Creek Canyon on X-mas Eve Sedona.
This time of year is always very busy at the hotel, but I took a moment to capture a few images of the Christmas decorations throughout La Posada.
My intent is to give you a little treat by adding a new image to this album every day. Good intentions, eh? For information about ordering prints or giclees, visit . For more info on Jim Peterson and his photography, visit www.JamesPeterson.name .
Kids after a short hike in Oak Creek Canyon @ Junipine Resort Sedona
Last night was incredible, I love Oak Creek Band and every time I see them they j @ Hilton's Canyon Ballroom
: USFS blocks bank access: Cave Springs Campground near the headwaters of Oak Creek in Oak Creek Canyon i...
View of the canyon walls from within the west fork of Oak Creek Canyon by Sedona, AZ. Great hiking fishing backpacking.
✯ Fall colors and the Sedona red rocks are reflected on a tranquil pond in Oak Creek Canyon, Arizona
It's about that time to start planning your summer camping reservations! Especially the big three weekends or Memorial Day, Fourth of July and Labor Day weekends. Those weekends fill up months in advance so don't be left out in the cold on a campsite. For example, Cave Springs is completely booked for the 11 campsites along Oak Creek for that weekend and Spillway campground at Woods Canyon Lake only has a few sites available left for that weekend. Visit www.camparizona.com and plan for your next big camping trip now!
Oak Creek's vistas are hard to beat
camp: PINEFLAT CAMPGROUND WEST AZ - Located in Oak Creek Canyon, adjacent to Oak Cr...
Saw mistletoe in real life for the first time ever in Oak Creek Canyon! So exciting!!
It's time to golf! Where are you playing this weekend?
Canyon High School Lockdown Lifted: Law enforcement lifted the lockdown on Canyon High School this morning at about 11:15 a.m., after thoroughly checking the hallways and rooms. The campus will continue under modified lockdown, which means normal operations but limited access, and law enforcement will continue a stepped-up presence at the school, for the remainder of the day. We would like to thank the Comal County Sheriff’s Office and New Braunfels Police Department for their support throughout the morning. Our students’ safety and security is our top priority at Comal ISD.
If you adore Sedona, tell us why... Thanks to Valerie Millett for sharing this photo!
God blessed us with a wonderful time in Arizona...went canyon hopping...Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Zion National Park, Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon...Lake Powell etc. pictures to follow...
Going hiking with Josh and Joshua, west fork of Oak Creek Canyon.
Valerie Millett has captured the essence of the West Fork Oak Creek Trail in Oak Creek Canyon. Natural beauty overwhelms. Just listen and feel the magic. Tranquil solitude surrounds, void of loneliness. Some places you must visit, this is one of them. A visual masterpiece that deserves remembering. These photos are copyright Valerie Millet and are for your viewing pleasure. Republishing is not permitted without her permission. Also visit Valerie's Blog to view a treasure of Arizona images.
What a long day, but completely exhilarating!!! Charlie and I ride our bikes up to Sedona, through Oak Creek Canyon, up to Flagstaff and back to Phoenix. Met some of our friends for dinner on the way back home and stopped over to visit my dad! Weather was perfect, traffic was great, first ride "out of town" went smooth, dinner and visit with JT & Nora, John & Sandy and the other John. Also ran into other friends at dinner that I haven't seen in forever, Alan & Linda and Darren & Barb. Finally home, showered and relaxing watching SNL. Did I mention it was a great day?
We lived in Sedona (Oak Creek Canyon) on Bell Rock Blvd. for 1 year while Bill was excellent chef at Cliff Castle Casino (for the Yavapai Apache Nation)
Tomorrow morning early, I am leaving for Phoenix. Then by motor coach to Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon, The Grand Canyon, Flagstaff to Black Bart's Steak House. Next to Jerome, board the Verde Canyon Railway for a 4 hour ride through Wilderness and 2 national forests. We have a farewell dinner at the Blazin' M Ranch with a Chuckwagon dinner and Stage Show. Lastly, we go to Old Town Scottsdale and back to Phoenix for our flight back to LAX. We are staying at the Hilton Sedona Resort and Spa. Care to join us??
Oak Creek Canyon in the fall. This is just outside Sedona. Thanks, Mixtress Hava!!
It was many years ago when I had a stay in Sedona, Arizona. As usual...I was there to collect images for new paintings. In my travels there I came upon this regional park amidst the windings of Oak Creek, a little creek that meanders south by way of Oak Creek Canyon and through the Sedona area. While I was there I took a tranquil hike around the park taking images and this was painted form one of them. Entitled: The Red Rock Path, 28" X 22"
Oak creek canyon hike in Sedona, AZ is a MUST see!!
Oak Creek Canyon is a very peaceful and beautiful place
Standing on the edge of the Colorado Plateau with a view of Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon
The Black Moods album is MASTERED! Best work I've done in a long time.. Feeling goo @ Oak Creek Canyon
We are going to Sedona for the weekend. I can't wait to see the trees in Oak Creek Canyon!
It was warm about 70 degrees in Oak Creek Canyon 50 at the Arizona Snowbowl, and raining Flagstaff but it was somewhere in between... ventured about 5,000ft in elevation today
Back at base. Great trip: Flagstaff, Grand Canyon, Planes of Fame at Valle Airport, Williams, Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona and finally back to Phoenix
From Flagstaff to Sedona, you are constantly going down, down down. And the temperature constantly goes up, up, up.
Rode my bike back to Grand Canyon yesterday! Made it up through Sedona's Oak Creek Canyon to Flagstaff, then up to San Fransisco Peaks till I got to the 8000 ft pass and spotted a tiny chapel to rest for a bit. 80 miles to this point. A guy stopped to pee and ended up giving me a lift the rest the way to GC! Things like that could turn me religious! I was so happy...because I didn't have anything to keep warm overnight and I doubted I could keep going that last 50 miles!
On a day like today, all I want to do is drive through Oak Creek Canyon. Anyone, for an adventure?
Join me October 16 - 21, Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona, AZ for The Chrysalis Retreat at the Butterfly Inn. A retreat...
Just Pretty... This was taken at Slide Rock in Oak Creek Canyon (about 15 minutes from Sedona Real) by Noel Reynolds.
Left Scottsdale at about 9:00 and headed out on hwy 87 to Payson. The road kept getting higher and higher and colder and colder, until we had to get the liners out and plug them in. Shortly after the town of Strawberry headed north on 260 to Cottonwood, where we had lunch. Then headed out on 89A to Sedona (should have had lunch here). The ride into Sedona was pretty, and canyon walls were very colorful. We also took our liners off as it was getting warmer. After Sedona went through Oak Creek Canyon, very twisty, but a lot of traffic. Also Sedona is a very touristy town. Continued up 89A through Flagstaff. There was a forest fire to the west could see and smell the smoke. After Flagstaff it was getting colder again and but our liners back on as it was getting higher and colder and more mountainous. Continued on hwy 89 where the road slowly became lower again and more desert like and straighter and warmer. Made into Tuba City where we will spend the night. A pretty uneventful day except for the ...
Oh :( Glad they were together and in such a spiritual place > Mom, son dead in AZ canyon, possible s uicide
Mother, son found dead on the side of the road in Oak Creek Canyon:
Mother, son discovered dead in Oak Creek Canyon after apparent suicide
Mom, son dead in Arizona canyon, possible suicide via
Sheriff’s deputies are investigating the discovery of a deceased adult woman and her deceased adult son near the Oak Creek Canyon Overlook.
Investigation into mother and adult son found deceased near Hwy89A Oak Creek Canyon Overlook
Anyone know how the colors are up at Oak Creek Canyon right now?
Made it home and very tired ! A last minute trip to Oak Creek Canyon with some of the family ! :) Tyler and I took a side trip on the way home to see my cousins Bryan and Bradley and Steven, Crystal and the girls and Sara :) Good Night
Ok everyone, here we go again! The Laramies are on their way to the 'Grand Canyon'--South rim this time, for our 18th wedding anniversary. Hope to have lunch at the 'El Tovar Hotel' and spend the night. No toilet paper rolls this time as the famed hotel has indoor plumbing!! We'll drive through Sedona and up Oak Creek Canyon on the way to Flagstaff. A couple of hours later, maybe a cocktail (or three) on the backporch overlooking the canyon. No stinkin' TV's-No phone-no internet-just Ann & the Dewstah! Greetings to all.
Get to see the Grand Canyon soon !! I am Really Excited . it is only a couple hours from here ... Sedona is Amzing and so is Oak Creek Canyon ... driving up and down the mountain is terrifying and thrilling @ the same time ..one wrong move in the car your *** is gone lol
Fresh and Loose 50 and then Oak Creek Canyon with the bam ram family in search of fresh and loose Fall colors. Great day to my fresh and loose friends!
Went fly fishing Oak Creek Canyon today. 6 trout. Kept 2. Very good day
Spending the day in Sedona and hiking Oak Creek Canyon
Back from our ride-Charlie and me-My face and arms our burned, Oak Creek Canyon was so nice and weather cool-first long ride I've taken on my trike,found out the few things I need to fix-one longer peg for my clutch pedal,in upper Sedona traffic jam,got a really bad charlie horse in leg holding in and out clutch that only (maybe 3 inches) I need at least 6 for my foor.Next throttle handle to wide for my small hands-other then that all good-Oh getting loud horn-do not trust some of these fossile drivers-
A view from West Fork Trail in Oak Creek Canyon in northern Hikes full of fall colors
Arizona: PT Front Desk clerk needed for upscale hotel in Oak Creek Canyon.
Explore Oak Creek Canyon during your Sedona vacation. -
Pendley Homestead Trail is a paved, level, barrier-free trail of 0.25 miles. This easy hike extends through a portion of the historic Pendley Homestead of Slide Rock State Park. The Pendley family homesteaded this area in the early 1900s, eventually becoming the largest apple producer in Oak Creek Canyon.Features along the trail include some of the original apple orchards, the Pendley house, tourist cabins, an apple-packing barn, historic farming implements used at the homestead, a new orchard of semi-dwarf apple trees, and spectacular views of Oak Creek Canyon. Popular Slide Rock State Park can become extremely crowded in summer. Parking is easier and the atmosphere more peaceful at other times of the year.
Oak Creek Canyon, near Sedona, a spectacular and diverse riparian area is the state’s second most popular canyon.
So for those of you that are in other parts of Arizona: This would be a good weekend to come up and look at the leaves changing. The higher elevations are nice and golden now with the aspens changing. Wait a couple of weeks for the reds of Oak Creek Canyon.
Hiked with the Hiking Las Vegas Meetup group to Oak Creek Overlook, which is a plateau off of Mt, Wilson, via Oak Creek Canyon, Red Rock Natl Rec Area, Las Vegas, NV. NOTE: the stats for the GPS track are erroneous due to aberrant data points from signal bouncing off of the canyon wall. The real ...
Our extended family has returned to Havasu after a wonderful wedding and touring of the Sedona area. Hikes on the West Fork of the Oak Creek Canyon.
Thanks for the RT! Do you know any great spots for winter fly fishing in Oak Creek Canyon?
Took a road trip today. Went to the Pow-Wow at Watson Lake for awhile, then went to Williams & drove around for a little bit and then up to Flagstaff & back down thru Oak Creek Canyon thru Sedona & back home. The traffic was horrendous on I-17. So many trucks were going slow which slowed the rest of the vehicles up. Was glad to get off the interstate unto 169.
Well, yesterday was titled flexibility. At the Celtic Festival we watched sheep herding, listened to a balladier and bagpipes, had a treat at the tea room and scanned the 5 - yes 5 - vendors. Nothing more was scheduled for 2 hours and was a repeat of what we'd seen; we'd only been there 1/2 hour. So we changed our plans and had a lovely time touristing the Sedona shops, then drove to Flagstaff through Oak Creek Canyon and Red Rock State Park. Gorgeous, gorgeous with fields of yellow will flowers and mountain vistas; made us homesick for our beloved Montana. Then the motel in Flagstaff put barking dogs right next door. We asked to move, they gave us a refund, and move we did - to Holbrook and a new motel! It was closer to the Artisians Fair in Pinetop, our next destination, and way more quiet. So all was well that ended well.
Fresh apple cider at Indian Gardens Market in Oak Creek Canyon - a "must have" for fall!
Here is a rare look at Slide Rock without a soul in sight. Take a tour of the famous Slide Rock State Park in Oak Creek Canyon - Sedona, Arizona. You can see...
I'm missing Oak Creek Canyon right now :( Sure wish we could go see the beautiful fall leaves up there!!! If there's any life left!
Done with conference, headed to PHX airport to go back to Colorado, going to drive through Oak Creek Canyon and Sedona en route.
Hello all from Sedona AZ. Rob, my husband, and I decided to get away from the city. We are for a couple of days at Oak Creek Canyon.
Oak Creek Canyon here we come. One last camping trip for the summer. Love this place.
Yep, Oak Creek Canyon, Up-town and Tlaquepaque got soaked good!! It just didn't make it up the hill to west Sedona.
Day Nine of our vacation. We started in Midland, TX at 6:08 and have made it to Shreveport, not bad. We dropped the boys off in Terrell, so I have regained posession of my laptop! Got Jimmy driving now. Mama Bear is ready to get home! Miss my chil'ren! Day Six we deicded to stay another day, after getting my car back. We went to the Slide Rock State Park in Oak Creek Canyon; it is also beautiful. Got rained out, but thankful for the rain. We left early Friday morning, Day Seven, and made it to El Paso for the night. Day Eight, we headed to Carlsbad Caverns. You should have seen the Border Patrol do a double take when he saw my Mississippi tag!! Jimmy has always wanted to see Carlsbad. It was a great drive, and I really enjoyed the Guadalupe Mountains. The Caverns were also amazing. I think the boys enjoyed them also. We made it to Midland and enjoyed a great meal and fellowship with Jimmy's neice and family. Thanks for the hospitality; it was good to see ya'll! Hopefully we will finish the trip uneventful ...
Why do teenagers sleep so late? Erica and Tielor WAKE UP! Let's go to Sedona. Oak Creek Canyon, hiking, Slide Rock State Park. Maybe if I start cooking bacon.
Photos of West Fork Oak Creel Trail in Oak Creek Canyon just north of Sedona, Arizona. Photographs compliments of Valerie Millett. Video sponsored by Donovan...
Up to Oak Creek Canyon for hiking and blackberry picking today with my fave little girl, Niyah.
Looking for Sedona lodging? On your way to the Grand Canyon? Consider Oak Creek Terrace, tucked away in the very heart of Oak Creek Canyon and right on the creek. Just minutes from Sedona and Slide Rock State Park, this resort is a perfect place to relax and enjoy. A true romantic getaway, rooms and...
Hiked Humphries peak trail this past sunday with my dog, Mo. did it, up and down, in a little over 3 hours! read on: Humphrey's Peak The summit of Humphrey's Peak is the highest elevation in Arizona at 12,633 feet and one of the scenic rises among the San Francisco Peaks just north of Flagstaff, Arizona. Humphrey's, according to many avid hikers is the "best hike in Arizona" where those that reach the summit are rewarded with distant views of the Grand Canyon and Oak Creek Canyon as well as a 360 degree panoramic of the valley of beauty just below the Peak. Hiking Humphrey's Trail. Getting to the trail head is easy and what is a mild beginning with meadows of wild flowers will eventually become a difficult and strenuous climb. A warning.keep your eye on the sky. At this altitude, weather can suddenly become violent with storms that can bring strong winds, heavy rain, lightning and snow. Be prepared to turn around and trek back to lower elevation when thunderstorms occur and always be ready for bad weather ...
Enjoy spectacular views of the Red Rocks, deluxe accommodations overlooking Oak Creek Canyon, clean air and evening breezes.
Beautiful Indian Gardens within Oak Creek Canyon. So lush there after a rain storm.
What a beautiful morning! A cool 61 degrees at the airport in Sedona this morning. I actually had a sweater on. :) Now at 9:30am and it feels like mid 60's as I drive up Oak Creek Canyon. Headed to the county fairgrounds in Flagstaff for the annual Pow Wow in the Pines geocaching event! Gonna be a beautiful day in the cool pines of Flagstaff!
Wolf Robe improvises in Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona, Arizona. Flute by JP Gomez. Shot with the Canon D60. Song available on Wolfs Robe's DVD, "Red Earth" at htt...
I used to always say Sedona/Oak Creek Canyon AZ must be what heaven looks like, but after this weekend I now says it's the Colorado Rockies! Beautiful!!!
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