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Old Bear Wallow Jeep Ride Tour from Sedona

Tour code: 100-3190
  • Available: Daily
  • Depart from: Sedona, AZ
  • Duration: 2 Hours
  • Language: English
From USD$71.44

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Visit Sedona (Broken Arrow Trail, Merry-Go-Round Rock, Mitten Ridge, Snoopy Rock, Wilson Mountain).

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  • Schnebly Trail jeep ride high above Sedona
  • Fully narrated tour, with comfortable custom jeeps

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Day 1 Sedona

Guests will be picked up from the specified departure locations in Sedona. Today, we will travel through time on the 100 year-old wagon road that the pioneers used to travel northward to Flagstaff and beyond, taking in panoramic views as we reach an elevation of 7,500 feet, gazing at Sedona down below. We will pass through three different ecological life zones as we reach the largest continuous area of Ponderosa Pines. We will see Snoopy Rock, Merry-Go-Round Rock, Munds Mountain, Mitten Ridge, Wilson Mountain, and more. This trail is a photographers dream, evidenced by the fact it has been used in many movies. Please see "Departure and Return" for more detailed information regarding pickup and drop-off times and locations.

This small city in the Verde Valley region of Arizona attracts visitors from all over with its gorgeous red sandstone rock formations. It is a popular place for outdoor recreational activities like hiking, biking, and mountain climbing.

  • This incredible geological formation is so named because it bears a striking resemblance to the iconic dog from the "Peanuts" cartoon. High above Oak Creek Canyon, Snoopy lies asleep on his doghouse with Woodstock on his nose.
  • This summit is the highest mountain in the area surrounding Sedona, AZ, topping off at 7,122 feet. The trail climbs the cliffs from the 6,200 foot mark to the summit, from which you can see the Grand Canyon.
  • The most popular hiking trail in the wonderful wilderness areas around Sedona, the Broken Arrow Trail gently inclines through a wide, picturesque valley which is lined by red, jagged, rocky cliffs.
  • This distinctively shaped rock formation at the head of Bear Wallow Canyon in the Coconino National Forest gets its name because of its resemblance to the famous carnival ride. It is made of erosion-resistant limestone.
  • This long band of weather, jagged red rock formations make up the northern wall of Bear Wallow Canyon. The terra cotta sandstone cliffs are sculpted into fantastic shapes with columns, caves, overhangs, and buttes.





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