DEPARTS FROM: Sedona, AZ
A Historic Back Road Expedition
- Snake through rocky terrain on a 100-year-old backcountry wagon trail
- Take a steep descent into Diamondback Gulch, a deep ravine created long ago by running water
- Enjoy glimpses of Arizona’s ranching past, where cattle once roamed the landscape
- Catch views of Sedona’s most recognizable red-rock formations
- Learn little-known area facts and folklore from an expert local guide
- Surround yourself with amazing views of Coconino National Forest from an open-air Pink® Jeep® Wrangler
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Vistas, views and canyon trails
Our Diamondback Gulch Tour brings the Arizona high country to life with an off-road adventure on rugged, red trails under the expansive sky. Step into one of our open-air Pink® Jeep® Wranglers and buckle up – you’re about to see why this tour offers something for everyone.
As you start out, your personal Certified Interpretive Guide will point out some of Sedona’s most iconic red-rock formations. You’ll also pass scenic Boynton Canyon, a setting for the 1947 John Wayne film, “Angel and the Badman” and the site of hidden ancient ruins. Mingus Mountain and the Black Hills appear in the distance, standing watch over the peaceful Verde Valley.
After arriving in Coconino National Forest, you’ll head down the remote Greasy Spoon trail. A section of the original wagon route between Sedona and Prescott, this century-old trail stretches back to an era before Arizona was a state. Catch glimpses of a colorful past when the cliffs, canyons and forests were wild, uncharted territory and 50,000 Texas longhorn cattle roamed the land.
Continue on to Sidewinder Trail, where the rocky terrain falls into Diamondback Gulch—a deep ravine that slices through the land. Hold on while your guide expertly navigates the steep descent into the chasm before climbing out again. Expansive views greet you on the other side; the fiery red-rock trail contrasts the cool green of the native landscape and the brilliant blue sky.
Finally, an easy ride from the forest back to Sedona will give you plenty of time to catch your breath, steady your feet and plan your next off-road adventure with Pink® Jeep® Tours.
Following are real guest reviews, voluntarily submitted and unedited.
It was great. Beautiful.
The tour was great, the guide was great, but as I said, it's a bit pricey for the amount of time touring.
Very bumpy. I don’t think this is the best option for toddlers. I also think there are more scenic iteneraries. It was beautiful and fun.
Great, very positive and accurate information provided by Brandon.
very informative. good to get out onto the OHV roads
It was remarkable! James did an incredible job entertaining us and informing us about the area.
Amazing nature and a very friendly tour guide. I was very pleased with the experience.
The tour was what I hoped it would be and more. Our guide was informative and very entertaining! The two and a half hour tour we took was a pleasure from start to finish!
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