Sedona Vortex Map

Many visitors have asked for a Sedona vortex map showing where all these renowned spots of heightened spiritual and metaphysical energy can be found. We’ve created a Sedona vortex map indicating the four major Sedona vortex sites: Cathedral Rock, Bell Rock, Boynton Canyon and Airport Mesa. We’ve also included the site of the Chapel of the Holy Cross, which many visitors also claim is a vortex spot.

Want to experience the vortexes in person? Reserve your spot with a Sedona vortex guide or vortex tour company.

The ancient Native American Yavapai people lived all over the Sedona area, painting petroglyphs and establishing cliff dwellings, indicating to future archaeologists and visitors that their creative force, the energy of their “Great Mother” was powerful and palpable.

Today, the Yavapai still reside in Sedona alongside New Age enthusiasts and visitors curious about the power of the Sedona vortex. Is the earth’s energy really swirling in these spots, with a kinetic electricity that twists the surrounding trees and makes visitors’ bodies tingle? Or is the power of the Sedona vortex simply a state of mind—a product of the visitor’s perception—and a result of the desire to find a sacred, natural spot where we can encounter an energy larger than ourselves? Use this Sedona vortex map and conduct your own Sedona vortex tour to decide for yourself.

VORTEX & SPIRITUAL HEALTH

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WHAT HAPPENED TO THE SINAGUA?

Sedona's first Indians mysteriously disappeared at the peak of their civilization, leaving breathtaking adobe ruins behind. See How The Sinagua Left Their Mark »

INDIAN RUINS AND ROCK ART SITES

Learn about the Sinaguan and Hopi Native American ruins and rock art sites near Sedona and in the Verde Valley. Explore the Ancient Sites »

SEDONA'S METAPHYSICAL WONDERS

Crystals, vortexes and UFO sightings: what makes Sedona's metaphysical wonders so compelling to visitors and locals?
See Sedona's Metaphysical Side »