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The Endless Adventure

Seven Canyons, a haven in nature, provides never-ending opportunities for adventure and extraordinary experiences. Play an amazing day of golf with 360-degree views, relax by the pool, hike or bike breath-taking trails, enjoy curated culinary delights, explore nearby historical and heritage destinations, or take in one of the wonders of the world. There is something for everyone.

Social Activities

Seven Canyons prides itself on offering something for everyone with infinite pursuits amid the red rock landscape. Beyond our award-winning golf course and wilderness access, Seven Canyons also offers more traditional and social activities such as: Member Mixers, Wine Tastings, Book Club, Culinary Events, Hiking Groups, Bridge, Mahjong, and much more.

Fitness Activities

With many adventures just steps from your door, Seven Canyons provides Members a wide variety of fitness activities to strengthen the mind, body, and spirit including; Yoga, Radical Rebounding, Water Aerobics, Hiking, Biking, Tennis and Pickle Ball.

Arts & Culture

Recognized as one of the best cities for art and culture, Sedona, Arizona is home to a vast and diverse array of artists offering every medium and aesthetic angle. Discover your favorite fine art paintings, thought-provoking abstracts, Western bronzes, whimsical kinetic sculptures, contemporary jewelry, Native American kachinas, wonderful weavings, captivating photography, and more. The robust level of arts and cultural activities has fostered and grown Sedona's reputation as a prominent artist location.

Wineries Around Sedona

The Verde Valley’s abundant sunshine and dramatic nighttime cool-downs combined with rich volcanic soil and a good water source create an ideal environment for hearty varietals. Sedona wineries represent some of the best winemakers in the Southwest with delicious, robust, and truly authentic regional wines on offer.


In the city of Sedona alone, there are over 200 hiking trails and loops from which adventurers can choose. Explore over 300 miles of well-maintained paths that cater to all ability levels. Trails range from easy, family-friendly paths to more challenging routes that take you to fabulous lookouts.

Cycling Around Seven Canyons & Sedona

Whether you're a beginner or hardcore mountain biker, you can find your perfect path or trail in Sedona. With breathtaking scenery, year-round riding, and pathways for all abilities, it’s hard to imagine a better destination. Sedona is home to the annual Sedona MTB Festival, which brings together some of the best riders in the world.


Sedona is a great place for rock climbing – situated on the southern edge of the Colorado Plateau, the area is known for its countless sandstone spires and towers. Many great precipitous routes are available, as well as bouldering and some basalt climbing at the higher elevations.


Oak Creek, a spring-fed oasis, is one of Arizona’s most beautiful and iconic trout streams. The headwaters of Oak Creek originate at 5,700 feet and run down a narrow red rock canyon to create lush vegetation and gorgeous scenery. It’s stocked year-round, making it an ideal location for fly fishing. If you’re looking for the most beautiful place to fish in Arizona, this is it!

Horseback Riding

With Sedona’s ample equestrian trails, you can choose from a variety of adventures. Driving to Seven Canyons, you will notice the various horse properties. Regional ranches offer daily excursions to enjoy trail rides or wagon rides. You can end your evening with a cookout under the stars!


The Arizona Game and Fish Department follow a multi-tiered process for the hunting season including dates, permit allocations, and other regulations for the hunting of game animals. Lucky recipients of permits are allowed to hunt deer and elk.

Nature Viewing

Arizona provides some of the best wildlife viewing opportunities in the nation with more than 800 animal species and 50 million public acres of natural land to explore. You are bound to witness some spectacular sights in Arizona’s varied landscapes. For a preview, check out area wildlife webcams online. No matter where you roam, it's a nature-lovers paradise.

OHV Riding

Ready to take your off-highway vehicle into some of the most scenic areas in the country? There are many popular off-road trails to choose from in Sedona. Not comfortable behind the wheel? Let one of the local tour companies take you on a thrill ride.

Local Water Activities

Whether you want to slide down a an awesome natural water chute at the famous Slide Rock State Park in Coconino County, jump into one of the swimming holes of Oak Creek, or simply take a relaxing float down the Verde River, there is an Arizona adventure for everyone. Explore independently or choose from the various tour operators servicing the area around Sedona.

Popular Day Trips to Regional National Parks & Monuments

Grand Canyon National Park

This 277-mile-long natural wonder is a must-see! It is the biggest canyon in the United States and one of the largest in the world. It's a short 2 1/2-hour drive from Sedona to lookout upon this magnificent masterpiece of nature. The Grand Canyon is on average one mile deep and can span up to 18 miles wide. Explore, hike, take Jeep tours, experience a helicopter excursion, learn about the Grand Canyon, discover the glass bridge skybridge lookout, and capture all the moments with fantastic photography.

Montezuma’s Castle National Monument

One of our prized historical sites is Montezuma’s Castle. It is one of the best-preserved cliff dwellings located between Phoenix and Arizona and only 33 miles away in the Verde Valley. This ancient pueblo demonstrates the craftsmanship of the Sinagua people who inhabited the area almost a thousand years ago. Over 600 years since their departure, this offers a window to the past.

Palatki & Honanki Heritage Site

Just over 1/2 hour-drive from Seven Canyons, explorers will unearth new adventures at Palatki and its sister site Honanki -- the largest cliff dwellings in the Red Rock Country. Constructed and lived in between 1150 to 1350 AD, these historical locations represent an ancient trading hub and the emerging agricultural culture in this area of Arizona. These sites allow you to get up close to painted symbols and pictographs that provide a glimpse into a long-lost way of life.

Petrified Forest National Park

These ancient tree trunks were preserved by the minerals they absorbed after being submerged in a riverbed nearly 200 million years ago. The slow process of fossilization transformed these primordial trees into solid quartz. A 2 1/2-hour drive will have you in awe of the mineral-tinted landscape and ancient fossils. Did you know Sedona and other regional areas were at one point submerged by ancient seas? This is just one location where you can learn about Sedona and Arizona's evolution.

Canyon de Chelly National Monument

First settled by the Ancestral Puebloans around 2,500 BCE, this labyrinth of three narrow canyons, known collectively as Canyon de Chelly, has sheltered indigenous peoples for nearly 5,000 years. There are approximately 800 known archaeological sites within this spectacular national monument. The 4 1/2 drive from Sedona is well worth the journey to this this sacred land.

Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park

Similar to Sedona, Monument Valley has a rich history as the setting for many Hollywood films over the years. Monument Valley is on Navajo tribal land and still inhabited by families who have lived there for centuries. The Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park includes hiking trails, camping areas, and a 17-mile scenic route for touring the park. This four-hour drive will take you to one of the most iconic and recognizable landscapes in the world!

Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument

The dramatic jet-black lava flows and towering cinder cones of Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument, just 1 1/2 hours north of Seven Canyons, are the remnants of an active volcano that last erupted a thousand years ago—not so far back in geologic time. The San Francisco Volcano Field in Flagstaff has produced more than 600 active volcanos during its six-million-year history.

Wupatki National Monument

Just next to Sunset Crater, Wupatki Pueblo is among the largest indigenous structures of the Colorado Plateau and consists of over 100 rooms and a ball court. This 900-year-old pueblo has stood the test of time. The Wupatki National Monument encompasses 56 square miles, several major pueblo ruins, and nearly 30 structures. The Hopi and Navajo Indians spiritual guardians consider Wupatki to be one of the many sacred sites in the region.

Southwest Culture

Arizona is home to 21 federally recognized tribes, and there are many ways to explore our indigenous culture. You can view the master arts of the Navajo, Hopi, and Zuni throughout the wider Sedona region.


Access to the Club is available through a private membership which has been crafted to ensure sustainability and value for all Members. There are multiple membership opportunities that cater to both local residents and our traveling audience. Contact us for details.

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