Broken Arrow / Scenic Rim Combo
DEPARTS Sedona, AZ
Off-Road Trails with Spectacular Views
- Experience the only tour that offers four-wheeling on top of red rocks
- Enjoy the Broken Arrow trail, our most popular adventure, exclusive to Pink® Jeep® Tours
- Take the Scenic Rim excursion for stunning backcountry views
- Explore Schnebly Hill Road, one of the most scenic drives in Arizona
- Hold on for an exciting ride over twisting roads and rocky terrain
- See where Joan Crawford was filmed in 1954’s “Johnny Guitar”
- Discover locations where the movie “Broken Arrow” starring Jimmy Stewart was filmed
- Enjoy plenty of photo ops with spectacular red-rock formations and sandstone cliffs
- Have an unforgettable adventure with canyons, washes, cliffs and high desert trails
It’s the quintessential combination of an exhilarating off-road adventure and spectacular scenery. Our exclusive Broken Arrow and Scenic Rim Combo Tour has it all, including winding, unpaved back roads that will have you holding on tight during your journey. This is an experience you’ll surely remember.
Start the day by meeting your Certified Interpretive Guide at the Pink® Jeep® Tour Plaza in Sedona, where you’ll hop into a custom-built, open-air Pink® Jeep® Wrangler. Head up Schnebly Hill Road to see towering red rock formations and picturesque views. It was also a filming location for “Johnny Guitar” (1954, Republic Pictures), a movie that starred Hollywood icon Joan Crawford.
As soon as you hit the trail, you’ll discover what our vehicles do best—crawl over desert rocks to the most remote areas around Sedona. Hairpin turns, steep cliffs and blind curves await as your Jeep climbs through canyons and washes. The Mogollon Rim is just above you, while the city of Sedona is nestled far below.
Then it’s on to Sedona’s famous Broken Arrow trail, and only Pink® Jeep® Tours can take you there. Some of Hollywood’s most beloved westerns were filmed here, including Jimmy Stewart’s “Broken Arrow” (1950, 20th Century Fox). A panorama of towering rock spires and unique geological formations gives you a grand sense of scale.
Along the way, look skyward to spy Sedona’s White Line; it’s famous amongst thrill-seeking mountain bikers for the seemingly impossible path along a cliff face. The tour’s grand finale is The Road of No Return. Hang on as your guide uses superior all-terrain driving skills to navigate rocks, ruts and roots on your way to the bottom of this exciting descent. Weave your way through the Coconino National Forest and before heading back into the city.
If you’re ready to take on the rugged beauty of Sedona’s backcountry, this combo tour is the perfect adventure for you. We’re sure that the scenery and thrills will have you ready for another ride with Pink® Jeep® Tours in no time.
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Following are real guest reviews, voluntarily submitted and unedited.
Awesome. We all loved it. Age 5 thru 55. 5 year old giggled excitedly throughout the entire tour.
Just due to the fact that the first Jeep died on us.
It was a fun filled tour with a chance to experience the beauty of Sedona in a unique way. Totally loved it.
Great! Laura was a wonderful guide. We loved every minute of it!
Very exciting and gave us a good overview of the red rock trails.
It was AMAZING!! We all had a blast, it was fun, educational, exciting! We loved every minute of it!
Our guide, Charlie, was humorous, funny, competent, knowledgeable, spoke enough about the area but not overly so, yet if we had questions he was more than willing to elaborate; he was challenging...we got a "10" ride when we thought it would be a "4." Charlie was very accommodating, especially offering to take pictures of us and the other couple on the tour at places where we got off the jeep to walk around. Showed us where he recently got married, how he rides his mountain bike at Chicken Point; Charlie wasn't reckless yet took us places we didn't think a jeep could go! All in all, while a rough/bouncy ride, it was awesome and will remain a treasured memory for both of us.
Two thumbs up!!
Very well organized, excellent guide