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Stay Safe In Sedona And Drink Water

posted on Jul 16, 2015

Sedona Red Rocks

The news this past week regarding summer time safety in Sedona and Arizona has led to three deaths and numerous rescues. All could have been avoided provided the hikers brought enough water and properly hydrated before their excursions.

On a hike you should carry at least a quart of water for each hour your hiking. You should also over compensate by filling up with as much water before you set out.

The summer weather can be deceiving, temperatures can hover around 90 and low humidity you lose a lot of moisture from your body. Your sweat dries immediately and the next thing you know, your dying of thirst.

Symptoms include very red skin color, body cramps and blurred vision. If you or you're hiking partners are experiencing these symptoms, call or send for help immediately.

Sedona is beautiful and the hiking is spectacular if you bring along plenty of water. Be safe and stay hydrated.

 

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About Sedona

Founded in 1902 by T Carl Schnebly. Sedona, Arizona is located 90 miles north of Phoenix at the junction of highways 179 and 89A. The elevation is 4500 feet and features a temperate climate at the base of the world famous Red Rock Country.

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Sedona, Arizona has many family activities to enjoy. You may explore the Red Rock canyons, hike, camp fish hunt, shop, golf and enjoy our many five star resorts. Sedona is world renowned as a new age center with many amenities to choose from.

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