Helicopter Tours, Sedona
There are three different Red Rock Helicopter Tours in Sedona. There is the cheapest one which is only $70 per person. This is called the sampler tour. The tour is called the "Bear Wallow Run". This sample tour of Sedona's Red Rocks takes you east past the Lee Mountain.
From the air, you will see the Holy Cross Chapel. You also pass by the Snoopy Rock (I missed this rock because we took a different tour).
You will also see the Bear Wallow Mountain and the Schnebly Hill Road. The flight distance of this tour is about 32 km/20 miles.
The other helicopter tour is called the "Ancient's Way". This is a journey to the scenic dry creek area and into the deep Secret Canyon. The helicopter tour will take you to the outback of the Rattlesnake Mesa where you stop and explore the the Ancient Sinaguan Indian Cliff dweelings of Boynton Canyon.
You will also see the Bear Mountain, and pass the Fay's Arch to Doe Mesa.
By the way, this helicopter tour costs $116 per person and the flight distance is approximately 53 km/33 miles.
The last but not the least kind of helicopter tour is called the "Hog Wild!" The flight distance of this is approximately 84 kilometers/52 miles and the price is $163 per person.
In this tour, you will experience all of Sedona's Vortex sights. You will fly past the Cathedral Rock, Bell, Rock, and the Courthouse Butte.
You will also see the Snoopy Rock, the 3 nuns and the Holy Cross Chapel. Besides this, you will also see those mentioned in the first two helicopter rides.
If money is not a problem at all, I would suggest that you take the Sedona Airtour. You can explore Sedona in a biplaine or helicopter and even tour the Grand Canyon with Sky Safari!!!
There are open-cockpit biplanes.
The Red Rock Helicopter Tours around Sedona:
Bear Wallow Run
The Ancient's Way - signature tour
(Will come back to explain this!)