A must visit sacred space in Sedona. The views are incredible and the energy is Divine.
Kirk & Sandra
July 4, 2020
This chapel was built on a spur of rock that rises 200 feet off the ground. A breathtaking 90-foot cross cuts down the center of the chapel and looks like it has been wedged into the mountain, offering magnificent views of Sedona’s red rocks. The chapel is free to enter and open daily except for…
June 9, 2020
Built into the red sandstone cliffs of the Sonoran Desert, Chapel of the Holy Cross offers panoramic views of the region's rugged landscape. Commissioned by a local rancher and sculptor Marguerite Brunswig Staude, the chapel took nearly two years to complete, with the final touches added in 1956…
“For those that have dietary restrictions, this is a great place to catch a lunch or dinner. Serving vegan, gluten free and some organic options. They cater to vegan, vegetarian and gluten free consumers. They also have regular food items on the menu so everyone has something to order!”
“You want to get there early and you will need to purchase a parking pass. Water shoes for every are a must. Terrific place to cook burgers, swim and hike for more than one full day. Cathedral Rock is in the backdrop and watching sunsets and taking photograph is something that people do regularly. ”