People come to Bell Rock, Sedona, Arizona for so many reasons: the beauty, the energy, to experience the vortex, and to soak up the landscape. Located in the Village of Oak Creek on the outskirts of Sedona, this vortex is one of the most recognizable because of its distinctive symmetrical bell shape. Some people categorize this vortex as “masculine” and “electric,” while others say it is very balanced.

It’s easy for visitors to take pictures of the formation from the two nearby parking lots, one on the north end and one closer to the Village of Oak Creek to the south. There is a wide flat trail that runs parallel to the road that makes it easy for families and people of all abilities to take a stroll and touch the rock. Open to hikers, bikers, and horseback riders, this 3.6 mile Bell Rock Pathway and Vista connects to the Courthouse Loop that extends into the Munds Mountain Wilderness area. Courthouse Loop is a beautiful approximately one-hour hike through which you can enjoy Bell Rock and Courthouse Butte away from the crowds.

Because of its accessibility and notoriety, many visitors stop by and experience Bell Rock. In these videos, STEM Production asked a variety of people what they think of of this red rock formation. Have you visited this powerful vortex? What did you discover? Please share your own Sedona experience in the comments.
Healing at Bell Rock (You can’t be sad at Bell Rock)

Being at Bell Rock

What do you think of Bell Rock?