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  • Annual Holiday Party

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    Holiday Party is just around the corner. This year the theme will be a Luau so wear your favorite Island clothes. The Party will be held at the Oakcreek Country Club located in VOC - 690 Bell Rock Boulevard, Sedona. Cocktails and Social at 5:00 PM. (Cash Bar) Buffet will begin at 6:00 PM.

    Please arrive well before 6:00 to avoid having a significant backup in the queue as you sign in.

    Deadline for Reservations is Dec 6th, 2017.

Please note this year all reservations will be completed using paypal. You do not need a paypal account. Guests sponsored by members are accommodated at the same price as members. $20.00 per person

To make your reservation, click here.

  • Red Mountain

    Red Mountain, located in the Coconino National Forest of northern Arizona, 25 miles northwest of Flagstaff, is a volcanic cinder cone that rises 1,000 feet above the surrounding landscape. It is unusual in having the shape of a "U," and in lacking the symmetrical shape of most cinder cones. In addition, a large natural amphitheater cuts into the cone's northeast flank. Erosional pillars called "hoodoos" decorate the amphitheater, and many dark mineral crystals erode out of its walls. Studies by U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and Northern Arizona University scientists suggest that Red Mountain formed in eruptions about 740,000 years ago.

    • Trackers

      Sedona Westerners Tracker Group will hike out to Red Mountain on Nov 29th. It will involve two stops through the day. First hiking in and around the Red Mountain Amphitheatre observing the unique sculpted surface along with specific observations of the area geology and discussions of how this structure fits in with the entire Volcanic belt. Note: Check schedule for more information.

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  • Red Rock News - November 17, 2017Sedona Westerners Hike Hart Prairie

    Our first Sedona Westerners hike for the Sunday Drover hiking group was in Flagstaff and was timed to catch the fall color on Mt. Humphreys.  Back in May, when it was warm in Sedona, fall seemed so far off; scheduling the hike date to catch the fall color seemed a bit of a coin toss.  Which Sunday would be best?  One early fall storm and we would find leaves blowing about, no longer on the trees.  On the drive up the mountain, we found stands of aspen turning yellow.  Today's hike would be a treat.

    Starting at Aspen Corner on Mt. Humphreys, we entered a nice, wide trail and began an immediate short descent.  This would be our only hill of ...

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