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1843: Red Rock Vistas and Vortices

Date and Time

Saturday, October 13, 2018 - Sunday, October 21, 2018

Location

Sedona,
Other U.S.,
AZ

Registration

Registration is required for this activity. Please contact leader(s).

Overview

Come hike with us among the spectacular sandstone formations that have drawn nature lovers, artists, spritual seekers, and even movie directors to the Red Rock area of Sedona. We'll walk in the footsteps of John Wayne and Jimmy Stuart, discover the ruins of ancient cliff dwellers, and explore the vortices that many believe are centers of the earth's energy. You don't need to be a mystic or a fan of Westerns to be amazed by the beauty of Cathedral Rock, charmed by the whimsical Coffee Pot Rock, and energized by the variety of hikes and vistas. We'll stay in a comfortable, centrally located hotel or condos (2 persons to a room) and share our experiences over group dinners. Most hikes will be moderate in difficulty and length (5-8 miles) with some easier half day hikes days when we visit archeological sites and at least one more challenging optional hike.

AMC Trip Policy

Cost*

Adult: $2,225 member / $2,225 non-member
*Includes hotel accommodations in Sedona and Phoenix with all breakfasts and 5 group dinners, rental vehicle transportation in Arizona. A Red Rock Park Pass also is included. Air fare not included.

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1843 Prospectus


Rock Creek

Activity

Hiking

Status

Open

Audience

Adults (18+)


Leader




Merri is a software specialist at a major CT aircraft engine company. Because she loves sharing her favorite outdoor destinations, over the past 22 years she has led hiking, snorkeling and cultural excursions in Belize, Paris, Hawaii, Arizona, the Tetons, Switzerland, California, Utah, New Zealand, and the Virgin Islands. Merri leads local hikes in CT, participates in training programs for new leaders, and serves as secretary for the AMC's Adventure Travel Committee.

Leader



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Bonnie is the director of eLearning at a university. Her travels have taken her to Italy, France, Switzerland, Costa Rico, Canada, the Azores, and Antigua, as well as quite a bit of the U.S., including St. John. When she's not traveling or working, she plays tennis, gardens, writes, sculpts, swims, paddleboards, reads, cooks, rides horseback, volunteers at a horse rescue farm, and, of course, hikes.