OK. So, I've been obsessing about what to do on a spring (late April) trip to Sedona/GCNP, and I've pretty much decided that one week won't be enough to do everything. So, for you experts, of the things I've considered, which are the most expendable (in your opinion) and are there things I shouldn't miss that aren't on my list yet?
We will be doing an overnight trip to GCNP, including driving up through Oak Creek Canyon, and we'll plan on going in one side of the park and out the other. We may decide to stay two nights at the canyon, leaving in the morning after the second night and stopping by Wupatki/Sunset Crater on the way back. But for the time in and around Sedona, I have on my potential list:
Various hikes (Bell Rock, Chapel of the Holy Cross, West Fork . . .)
Pink Jeep Tour
Area Wineries (Page Springs)
We could squeeze it all in, but we want to have a little time to just "chill out", too.