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  • Fall Cookout

    The Sedona Westerners Fall Cookout will be held at Posse Grounds in West Sedona on Thursday October 10, 2019, at 12:00 Noon. Members are free and non-members are $10. Please make reservations by October 3, 2019. You can reserve your spot now by clicking here

  • 2019 - 2020 Membership

    The Sedona Westerners Membership is now open 2019-2020 Season.

    Online registration for 2019-2020 Season is now open.

    Click here to signup
  • FLAGSTAFF ROAD STATUS

    Please read the Forest Service Road Status

    Coconino Road Status

  • Hiking Related Medical Problems

    Hiking Related Medical Problems by Dr. Curt Kommer

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    From blisters to snake bites, learn how to be prepared to prevent and treat medical problems that can happen when you are hiking. The information shared by Dr. Curt Kommer can help you make quick decisions when faced with injuries of yourself, a fellow hiker, or someone you run into on the trails. Please read and download a copy to reference at the beginning of each Hiking Season.

  • Northern Arizona Forests Wildfires

    Wildfire Update — Please be aware of the updates for Kaibab National Forest Updates for Wildfires.

    Please Click the following to connect to Kaibab National Forest Website

    Coconino Forest Service

 

Featured Article

  • Red Rock News - October 18, 2019Sedona Westerners Introduced to Beasts of Arizona at Season Kickoff Meeting!

    Sedona Westerners always look forward to September because after a summer hiatus, the group enthusiastically reconvenes for the new hiking season. New officers are eager to run the show and to kick start the season with the first meeting.   And so it was, this warm September evening.   After the usual “business” agenda items and a coffee break, the meeting attendees settled down for the second half of the program which generally features an educational presentation, often by an outside speaker.  The subjects  can range from hiking topics to archeology, geology or local frontier history, to name a few.

    This evening’s guest speaker was Dr. Sandra Lynch, Sharlot Hall Museum’s  retired adjunct curator of anthropology.  Her topic entitled “Beasts” was intended to ...

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