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The Outlaw Trail
"One of our most porular offroad adventures! Great 4x4 thrills in historic ranch land with sweeping red rock vistas. Learn about the history geology and ecology of this magnificent land. Great for Sunset! Tour Departs from our office in Uptown Sedona with Check-in 15 min prior to departure. Convenient Free Parking. Travel through Sedona into Coconino National Forest. See Snoopy Rock Elephant Rock Cathedral Rock Thunder Moutain Doe Mesa
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Sedona Red Rocks Jeep Adventure
"Roll along the base of the Sedona Red Rocks on this ""not too rough"" offroad adventure. Learn about the history geology and ecology of this magnificent land. Great for Sunset! Tour Departs from our office in Uptown Sedona with Check-in 15 min prior to departure. Conveinient Free Parking. Travel through Sedona out onto maintaind roads in Coconino National Forest. See Snoop Elephant Rock Cathedral Rock Thunder Moutain Doe Mesa
From $76.00
 
Sedona Helicopter Tour: Mountains and Ancient Sights
"After pickup from your hotel head to the Sedona airport to board your helicopter and fly west toward the Red Rock-Secret Mountain Wilderness passing over the Dry Creek area. One of the Sedona area’s most popular destinations for hiking and other mountain activities the wilderness is surrounded on three sides by high red cliffs that are split by many deep and hidden canyons including Secret Canyon which you’ll see.Next fly over Rattlesnake Mesa and into Boynton Canyon to see the ancient cliff homes of the Sinaguan people
From $171.00

More Transportation in Sedona

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Take the trolley

The trolly can take group tours for all occasions. They service to the Chapel of the Holy Cross. It is open air and comfortable. It can accomodate 35 people.The charter rates: first hour is $195.00...
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Eagle Rider Motorcycle Rentals

Ready to Ride?! Go rent a Harley-Davison motorcyle from Eagle Rider Motorcycle Rentals in the Village of Oak Creek, just south of Sedona proper, as long as you are 21 & have a valid driver's license...
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Roadrunner Circulator Route - Free!

These buses give free transportation in the touristy area of Sedona in Uptown and over the the hillside galleries. They also have a bus that shuttles between Cottonwood, Az and Sedona, AZ. The service...
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Sedona RoadRunner -Uptown & downtown

Parking can be very difficult in Sedona but there are a good number of Public carparks. We drove straight into one and almost immediately boarded the free shuttle that was just leaving the car-park...
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Local Shuttle is Good Method

The bus to shuttle people is intended to take a lot of vehicles off the streets. It seems to work somewhat. The shuttle goes from the north end of town down one mile to the main intersection of Hwy...
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Sedona Trolley

The Sedona Trolley is a great first thing to do in Sedona to get a feel for the town and see some highlights without having to find parking spaces and leave the driving up to the Trolley driver.Their...
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Rent a Hummer

There are different ways of getting to the rough and off-roads in Sedona. One way is driving the big and powerful Hummer!Sedona is really cashing in to their millions of visitors every year. They also...
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Rent an ATV

The off-roads in Sedona are rough and dusty. If you wanted to experience rough driving in Sedona, there are All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV)'s rentals.This is the best way or the pink jeep to explore Sedona...
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State Route 89A (SR 89A)

State Route 89A runs from Prescott Arizona to Flagstaff and is known for its scenic views. We enjoyed our drive from Flagstaff to Sedona via this highway. Passing through Oak Creek Canyon, seeing the...
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Airport Rent A Car of Sedona

Serving our little Sedona airport on the top of Airport Mesa, this car rental company caters to those who fly into Sedona in private planes/jets, but anyone can use this car rental service. They'll...
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Timed Parking

We did not notice the signs or that many of the parking areas along the Sedona Center mall area are timed on Hwy 89A. We parked along the street early in the morning to catch our Pink Jeep Tour, since...
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Parking

Municipal Lot Parking (Behind the Matterhorn Inn, the best)On Schnebly Rd & Jordan Rd off of Hwy 89ATo us we were able to find a parking spot each time we came to the Uptown area. The other parking...
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My Cactus !

As we continued on south from Sedona to Phoenix, I was not sure what opportunities we would have in the remainder of our trip to get out and see some countryside. As a result, I was worried that I...
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Top Hotels in Sedona

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301 L'Auberge Lane, Sedona, Arizona, 86336, United States
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525 Boynton Canyon Rd., Sedona, Arizona, 86336, United States
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1200 W Hwy 89A, Sedona, Arizona, 86336-5741, United States
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35 Hozoni Drive, Sedona, Arizona, 86336, United States
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6626 Highway 179, Sedona, Arizona, 86351, United States
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310 North Highway 89A, Sedona, Arizona, 86336, United States
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Top Things to Do in Sedona

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Chapel of the Holy Cross

The Chapel of the Holy Cross was on my "Must See" list for our visit to Sedona, and it did not disappoint. There was quite a long line of cars to get to the parking lot, but once there we were guided...
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Red Rock State Park

The entrance fee for Red Rock State park is about 10$. There are many walking trails throughout the park, but as websites warned us that the biggest attraction, Red Rock Crossing, draws a crowd, we...
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Jeep Tours

VERY easy to locate here in Sedona. The jeep does provide you refills to your own bottle of water. Trust me on a hot day you will need it. Our tour guide, Jeff, was VERY informative and entertaining....
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Indian Ruins

This is another archaeological and historical site. There are many Sinaguans ruins here including those petrographs, rock arts, etc.' You needed a Red Rock Pass to get here. If you are driving, make...
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Vortexes & Spirituality

I just came back from doing a SpiritQuest Retreat in Sedona. I can't overstate how much I loved this beautiful place and the people I met there. I've traveled widely and have never been anywhere that...
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Slide Rock State Park

In the Arizona heat, a rambling, rapid-moving stream is a magical place indeed. Give in to your inner child and wallow in the natural rock slides at this place. There is a small fee to enter the park...
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"Beautiful Sedona"
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joiwatani

"Sedona, Red Rock Country"
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goingsolo

"Sedona: General and Spiritual"
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"AMONGST THE RED ROCKS"
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