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“Breathtaking Red Rocks”
Review of Broken Arrow Trail

Broken Arrow Trail
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Broken Arrow Jeep Tour
Ranked #5 of 157 things to do in Sedona
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 6 December 2013

Coming from the southeastern US, where the heat and humidity keeps everything lush and green and covered in kudzu, the Arizona desert climate was like another world to us. But we absolutely loved it! The red rock in Sedona is so different from the Saguaro Desert in Tucson, and the limestone and shale (and nearly 40 different layers of sedimentary rock) in the Grand Canyon. Broken Arrow Trail was the first trail we hiked during our Sedona adventure, and because it was our first glimpse of the soaring, majestic monoliths, it will remain one of our best hikes ever. Three of us participated in this adventure, my husband and I with our (then) 14-year-old son. It was perfect. Remember to take plenty of water, and know that you will be pretty solitary on the trails (we went for spring break the last week of March/first week of April). The only downfall was the stupid pink jeeps that occasionally broke up the beauty of our hike with lazy off-roading riders. Then again, we're hikers by nature, not riders. Be sure to sign in at the trail head so the rangers can make sure you check out before the trail closes. :)

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Reviewed 1 December 2013

Taking a jeep ride when visiting Sedona is a favorite outing. Their are many companies and tours offered. The Broken Arrow Trail is in my opinion the best jeep trail and a great experience. Being locals with a vehicle that can navigate this triail we always take our visitors on this ride. The trail takes you into an undeveloped area of Sedona and the views are spectacular. Do not take your rental car on this trail. It requires a very high clearance 4X4 vehicle. Rental jeeps are available in Sedona if you want to drive it yourself. Cost is about $150 for 4 hours and the jeep can accommodate 5 persons. The "steps" decent on the trail is one you will never forget. Expect to pay around $90 per person for the ride. Be generous with your tip for your driver. Broken Arrow also has a hiking trail if you can't afford the ride.

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Reviewed 29 November 2013

With experience or Pink Jeep you can enjoy the thrill of your life by Jeeping Broken Arrow. Dont walk, it needs to be done in a jeep.

Dont take a rental car or non-4x4, you will surely get stuck.

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Reviewed 24 November 2013

We booked with Pink Jeep for the Broken Arrow tour and we had a great time. We took the tour on Halloween and our guide dressed up - she knew the area well and the tour was fantastic!

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Reviewed 21 November 2013

Take Morgan Road which is on the way into Sedona. Turn right and it ends on a dirt road. You can walk it or take a Pink Jeep tour here. We took our Jeep through it. It will take you to a bat cave, submarine rock and then Chicken Point. If you want to see the back country of Sedona, this is the place to go. If you do have a raised Jeep, go down the stairs. It is rated difficult but is a lot of fun.

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