Pink Jeeping Your Way Through Sedona's Red Rock Canyons

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You Gotta Do It!! That’s the tagline of Sedona’s Pink Jeep Tours, which has been going strong in one of Arizona’s prettiest pockets for nearly 60 years. Experienced guides take you through some of Sedona’s most beautiful canyons and red rocks in yup, you got it, a bright pink jeep. While the views from above Sedona are majestic in more ways than one, there’s something very spiritual about exploring the canyons by jeep.

First, you can get to parts of the red rocks you wouldn’t normally be able to get in a regular car and even if you have your own 4 wheel drive, you need to know the route, how to navigate your way through the cliffs without tipping over of course and where to find the best views. Take a look at some of the views we experienced on our own tour in February.

Two thumbs up! This is a MUST DO when in Sedona. They have a variety of tours including an Ancient Ruins tour, the Touch the Earth Vortex Tour, the Broken Arrow tour, known as the ultimate 4×4 experience, the Broken Arrow Scenic Rim combo, and the Diamondback Gulch tour, which includes such famous rock formations as Capital Butte, Chimney Rock, Lizard Head and Doe Mesa. They do a Grand Canyon tour as well, which is roughly 10-11 hours in length, a great options for families.

Also be sure to check out the Helicopter tours for another variation of those stunning Sedona views, and read my Ultimate Culture and Nature Guide to Sedona Arizona.

Details:

Pink Jeep Tours

204 N. State Route 89A

Sedona, AZ 86336

(928) 282.5000 or 800.873.3662

 

Note: we were hosted by the Pink Jeep Tours, but all opinions expressed are my own — I had done this two previous times while in Sedona on separate trips and it is a must do for your bucket list.

Renee Blodgett
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Renee Blodgett is the founder of We Blog the World. The site combines the magic of an online culture and travel magazine with a global blog network and has contributors from every continent in the world. Having lived in 10 countries and explored nearly 80, she is an avid traveler, and a lover, observer and participant in cultural diversity.

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