DEPARTS Sedona, AZ
A Rugged Sedona Canyon Experience
- Enjoy a personal guided tour of Sedona’s surrounding canyons and red rocks
- Take in the views as your guide shares details about the area’s wildlife and landscape
- Learn about Thunder Mountain, Boynton Canyon, Doe Mesa, Bear Mountain and the Camel’s Caravan on this scenic tour
- Experience the rugged beauty of Sedona’s backcountry
- See the rock cliffs glow a fiery red during the golden sunset hour
Sedona’s remote canyons are just as stunning as its ascending trails, and you’ll discover their beauty in its entirety during our Coyote Canyons Tour. Wildlife, scenery and photo ops abound during this enjoyable initiation to the Sedona outback with Pink® Jeep® Tours.
Your Certified Interpretive Guide will meet you at Pink® Jeep® Tour Plaza in Sedona. If you’re staying in the area, you can also request to be picked up from your resort or hotel. Next up is an exploratory ride in our customized, open-air Pink® Jeep® Wrangler. As you enjoy the leisurely drive through town, you’ll see many of the iconic red-rock formations for which Sedona is famous throughout the world. Your guide will lead the way onto the trails and into the canyons.
As your Jeep travels through the high desert topography, you may stop at the 19th century Van Deren Cabin. This was a filming location for the classic 1948 Robert Mitchum western “Blood on the Moon.” Look for the wildlife known to make its home in these canyons—you could see javelinas, mule deer or coyotes. You’ll also head through Dry Creek, a shaded streambed with native Arizona trees and lush landscape. Listen closely as your local your guide shares stories about the area’s many washes, canyons, trails and vegetation.
Sit back, relax and take in the peaceful solitude of the backcountry. The canyons are beautiful any time of day, but the red rocks take on an ethereal glow that illuminates the cliffs above during sunset. It’s the perfect time to reflect on where your next Pink® Jeep® Tour might take you.
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Following are real guest reviews, voluntarily submitted and unedited.
interesting, beautiful and fun
It was a fun way to see the sites without actually hiking! It was also thrill seeking :)
Tour was really nice. Our guide is very knowledgeable and knows about flora and fauna
Great time. Will come back next time in the area
Tour was great. They literally fit us in at the last minute because the other tour we had scheduled got changed 3 times due to icy conditions. I think it was good because we had already gone to many of the vistas, also it was less curvy then others, but still bumpy. Robert did a fantastic job taking the bumps slow when needed, and told us all sorts of stories including local lore, Arizona history, lots about the flora and fauna. This is a canyon tour so you are in the ground looking up and out and also toward the NW of Sedona. Keep this in mind when choosing a tour because each one goes to a different geography in the area.
Loved it but wish it would have been a warm sunny day.
Website needs work regarding book w/confirmation
It was incredible!! My parents and I had never been to Sedona and my dad was hesitant to do something "super touristy," BUT it ended up being the "greatest part of the trip," he would say. Ree Ree was cautious of my dad's back and neck issues, filled us in on all of the information relating to Sedona and Sedona's history, offered to stop for multiple photo ops along the path, and overall we loved it!!