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|Red Rock Scenic Byway
||About 2 miles northwest of Junction of State Route #179 with Interstate Highway #17 starts Red Rock Scenic Byway its journey through Sedona's Red Rock Country.
||A Loop on State Route #179 travels into the Red Rock desert
|Beaver Flats Road
||Beaver Flats Road, Forest Route 95004,
|Woods Canyon Trail
||Woods Canyon Trail,
|Village of Oak Creek, Arizona
||Big Park, Arizona, commonly known as the Village of Oak Creek (VOC), lies within scenic red-rock buttes and canyons, and is surrounded by the Coconino National Forest. To the north is the Bell Rock scenic area. Oak Creek Country Club, Red Rock Crossing Road, takes westerly from Big Park, Arizona to Red Rock State Park area.
||Courthouse Butte, a butte in Oak Creek, Arizona, south of Sedona, Arizona. Located a few miles east of Bell Rock. Geologically, Courthouse Butte composed of horizontally bedded sedimentary rock of the Permian Supai Formation.
|End of the Byway
||This is where the Byway Red Rock Scenic Road ends. Just North of here lies The Chapel of the Holy Cross, an iconic Catholic chapel built into the mesas of Sedona, Arizona,