Sacred stupas have graced the earth for over 2,600 years. Stupas are the physical embodiment of the Buddha's enlightened mind. Their blessings are immeasurable. Their presence, extremely rare in the West.
The Amitabha Stupa and Peace Park in the stunning red rock country of Sedona, Arizona, is a place for meditation and spiritual renewal. Situated on 14 pristine acres at the base of imposing Thunder Mountain, the land is deemed holy by native peoples. According to Lillian Too, world-renowned Feng Shui master, the land is perfect for its intended purpose—spiritual transformation and healing through the extraordinary sacred architecture and geometry of the stupa.
Every day dozens of visitors—spiritual seekers, families, people on quests and pilgrimages, the curious, local residents—hike the short distance from the entrance of the property to the Amitabha Stupa.Visitors are cordially invited to visit The Amitabha Stupa and Peace Park any day from sunrise to sunset. It is located at the base of Thunder Mountain, adjacent to Chimney Rock. From Highway 89A in Sedona, take Andante Drive north to Pueblo Drive. Turn left. Proceed 50 yards and park. Continue by foot on the short trail to the stupas.