Ride the same trail as General George Crook during the final Apache campaign or explore magnificent canyons of Doe Mountain ... More
Sedona Red Rock Jeep Tours
Ride the same trail as General George Crook during the final Apache campaign or explore magnificent canyons of Doe Mountain and the Cockscombs. For a magical experience try the unique Vortex Tours, where the origins of these powerful energy spots are explored. Group events are welcome; special rates are available on request. For further information, visit their website.
We did the Soldier Pass 1.5 hr tour and had a great time! The trail was rough and bumpy (that's why they don't use Cadillacs) and my wife thought a little bit of rock-climbing was impressive. Our guide, Dan, was friendly, humerous, knowledgeable, and a safe and considerate driver. Not a long trip, but packed with fun and absolutely worthwhile to us! We recommend Red Rock Jeep Tours.
This was the highlight of our trip and a must do for families visiting Sedona. 1 hour horseback ride, very friendly horses. Cookout was a huge steak, corn on the cob, baked beans, baked potato and apple cobler for desert. The entertainment was worth paying for. He sounded a lot like Johnny Cash. Us and our kids loved it.
My grandparents purchased, with cash, a gift certificate for the Canyons and Cowboys Jeep Tour. I called and made reservations a month early, and arranged an entire trip to Sedona around this jeep tour. We arrived 15 minutes prior to the departure of our tour, as specified when the reservations were made, only to find they had no record of the reservation. We were then told that because we had a gift certificate, we would have to wait several hours to go with a group who was "cash paying". Kris, the woman at check-in, was unwilling to listen to the situation at hand and instead proceeded to tell us that we were not as valuable of a customer because we had a gift certificate. Mind you the gift certificate was purchased with cash, and not received in a give-a-way. After much time, frustration, and tears, they got us out on the tour. It wasn't spectacular, but our guide Taz was very knowledgeable and friendly. Mistakes and lost reservations happen, but the way the situation was handled by their employees was an extreme disappointment. Definitely not worth the hassle and mistreatment.
We took the Ultimate Jeep Tour which was a bit rocky & would not recommend if you can't handle all the bumps & bruises. We lucked out & we're the only people scheduled which gave us a private tour experience & our guide, JB was great. Red Rock Jeep tours are 1 of 2 companies that are actually allowed to take you out of the jeep to walk around so double check when booking w/ other companies. My only disappointment was that we had booked a sunset tour b/c their website had recommended that to be the best time for pictures but we were back before dark & only had a lot of glare which did not give us sunset pictures over the red rocks
We took the Ultimate tour..it was anything but ultimate. The tour was a little too tame for my family. While the guide was knowledgeable and polite, the information was not very interesting for my teenagers, that is what information you can hear. In addition, it is a very slow, very bumpy ride down a rocky dirt road. There is only one or two climbs that weren't too thrilling. It wasn't worth the $400.00+ that we paid for a family of four. The jeep is covered and we got very few decent pictures during the drive. The view is usually obscured by other passengers or the jeep itself. It would have been more fun and cheaper to drive to the Soldier's Pass trailhead and hike in to the rocks. Unless you have small children or older folks that can't do the hike, I would skip this one.
My three sons and I went on the Soldiers Pass tour in early April, as a "splurge" excursion on our vacation. I called for the reservation, explained that I was bringing my three sons (ages 9, 8, 4), and we were interested in some thrills. The reservation gal suggested the "adventurous" Soldier's Pass tour. Our guide spent the tour discussing the native plant life, mostly to the front seat passenger. My family of four was seated in the back and we couldn't hear most of what he was saying - which wouldn't have interested three young boys anyway. At one point, I thought two of my kids were going to fall asleep, as they gently rocked up and down while the Jeep SLOWLY crept over the rocky path. There is obviously a market for this tour or it wouldn't be offered - but it wasn't what I expected, and there was no attempt by the driver to accommodate or entertain my family. So, after spending $206, I was very disappointed in the experience. We salvaged the day by visiting Slide Rock State Park - $8 admission for spectacular scenery and hours of fun!
Myself and my 7 year old son had a great time on the Soldier Pass Tour. This was a 1 and Half hour 4 wheel drive tour over rugged trails and rocks. Great vistas and a very informative, friendly guide. Better priced than other jeep tours in the town. Well maintained vehicle. My son wanted to go again as soon as we finished!
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