Getting Outdoors in the Southwest

 
The Southwest is one of our favorite places to get physical thanks to its crisp, high-altitude air; gorgeous terrain; and earthy, holistic vibes. And though there may be tons of incredible national parks throughout the region -- including Arches, Zion, and the Grand Canyon -- other lesser-known areas prove to be just as majestic. Take a look at just a few of our favorite places in the Southwest to get fit and reconnect with Mother Nature! Sedona is most famous for its stunning red rocks, which are particularly beautiful in the glow of the sunrise and sunset. It's a hub for outdoor enthusiasts, with excellent biking, horseback riding, and especially hiking. Some of the most popular hiking spots include the iconic Cathedral Rock, Bear Mountain, Bell Rock, and Courthouse Rock. Where to Stay: Bell Rock Inn

Red Rocks of Sedona

The Southwest is one of our favorite places to get physical thanks to its crisp, high-altitude air; gorgeous terrain; and earthy, holistic vibes. And though there may be tons of incredible national parks throughout the region -- including Arches, Zion, and the Grand Canyon -- other lesser-known areas prove to be just as majestic. Take a look at just a few of our favorite places in the Southwest to get fit and reconnect with Mother Nature!

Sedona is most famous for its stunning red rocks, which are particularly beautiful in the glow of the sunrise and sunset. It's a hub for outdoor enthusiasts, with excellent biking, horseback riding, and especially hiking. Some of the most popular hiking spots include the iconic Cathedral Rock, Bear Mountain, Bell Rock, and Courthouse Rock.

Where to Stay: Bell Rock Inn

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