Everyone at Envisio believes in -- and knows the value of -- working hard and playing hard. As our senior leadership team gears up for the Arizona City Manager Winter Conference (ACMA) taking place February 3-5, CEO Mike Bell and our partners at The Mercer Group wanted to share some of their favorite local hot spots just in case you're looking to soak in the culture, sights and experiences while in the Grand Canyon state.

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Envisio's Top 5 BEST Things To Do In Sedona

1. The Energy Vortexes

Vortexes are generally thought to be created by wind or water but, in Sedona the four separate vortex locations are believed to be the result of syphons of spiritual energy that are ideal for healing. A definite must-see!

2. The Chapel Of The Holy Cross

The Chapel of the Holy Cross is built on Coconino National Forest land and was voted as one of the Seven Man-Made Wonders of Arizona. It is also the location of one of the above-mentioned vortexes. Consider this a two-for-one deal.

3. Sedona Hideaway House

If you’re looking for a great place to eat, Hideaway House is a local gem. Mike is a self-proclaimed foodie and the rustic, Country Italian menu definitely won't disappoint. Let us know if you'd like to join us at the restaurant and we'll add you to our list!

4. Oak Creek Brewing Company

This local tap room and brewery offers the enjoyment of handcrafted brews nestled in the middle of a functioning brewery. In our own humble opinion, beer tastings and house favorite pints are best shared when you've got a couple of new friends and colleagues at your table. We'll see you there!

5. Tuzigoot National Monument

This Native American community was built between 1125 and 1400 CE. The Tuzigoot Monument is the largest and arguably the best-preserved of the many ruins still found in the Verde Valley. The views are spectactular so be sure to bring your camera!

We're looking forward to connecting with you soon!