Damfino Slickrock Vortex Tour

At the entrance to Schenbly Hill road, this “secret” trail is rarely visited but provides spectacular views! It’s a 20-30 minute walk and what awaits you is more than worth it. Take your camera for this location. Often various hawks and ravens fly by. At sunset, the rocks light up like fire! You’ll understand why people call Schnebly Hill a vortex site. Gain your privacy here and feel the intimacy of this special location.

The Damfino Trail is one of Sedona’s best kept secrets!


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Tour Options

(These are a few suggested options, see our session list for our full offerings. Nearly any class or treatment can be added to our tours)

Sedona Vortex Adventures Session: Yoga & Meditation

Stillness through movement is a process where one learns to align with their true nature and consciousness. During this powerful Yoga and Meditation Session with Sedona Vortex Adventures you will be guided through connecting breathing and movement techniques to clear limiting beliefs, which inhibit the free flow of joy, ease, and grace in the body. Through Breath and Mind Awareness through Yoga you will be able to let go deeply allowing yourself to receive the benefits of bringing the Body, Mind, and Spirit back to its natural state of peace and equanimity.  Awaken and activate every cell in the body, leaving you more alive than ever before!

Sedona Vortex Adventures Session: Vortex Crystal Energy Healing

Ancient civilizations have utilized the power of crystals for releasing mental, physical and spiritual blockages, thus easing the free flow of energy in the body. When crystals are placed directly on your body, they have a powerful vibratory effect that surges from the crystal to you.  Experience this amazing Vortex Energy Crystal Healing Session as you will select from a plethora of crystals with your guide, in which he/she will create a personal power grid around you in the Sacred Red Rocks. The crystals will be place as they correspond to your chakras; thus, creating an energy grid surrounding you with healing energy.  This crystal energy grid will assist you as a powerful tool to help the thoughts of your consciousness connect with your body and elevate personal healing within.Join a Sedona Vortex Adventures for an Exclusive Vortex Energy Healing Session with our expert guides. While hiking in the Casner Canyon vortex, discover how to use the natural energies of the earth for personal healing and transformation. Then, your guide will work with balancing of your chakra system and the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual body. Experience a holistic system of energetic healing that brings forth divine light and consciousness to heal the body, transform emotional patterns, and awaken us to True Self. This session will be one that you will remember for a lifetime!

Sedona Retreat Session: Sacred Vortex Drumming Ceremony

The drum is broadly considered to be the first musical instrument used by humans and utilized by virtually every culture known to mankind for a multitude of purposes. In ancient times, many drumming ceremonies were utilized to help tribe members find sacred trance state necessary for healing.  Meditate as your Sedona Vortex Adventures Spiritual Guide provides a channel for spiritual energy, and a sacred connection to Self through the drum.  This unique drumming ceremony is designed to celebrate, honor or acknowledge what is. Experience a once in a life time ceremony on the red rocks!This will be a day unlike any other you have ever experienced.

Damfino Slickrock Trail History

Sedona’s many red rocks have been given their names by their formations that resemble items in our lives such as teapot, snoopy, steamboat, etc.  However, there is a unique process how Damfino Slickrock Canyon received its name.  Back in the 1930s, the Civilian Conservation Corps was mapping out the area when an engineer asked one of the workers the name of a treacherous canyon was so he could identify it on the map. The canyon at that time had never been named so the partner replied, “Damned if I know.”  The engineer, thought his partner said “Damfino,” so that’s what he wrote down. And the canyon still bears that name.

*We conduct activities on Public Land under permit with the Coconino National Forest.