Scenic Rim Pink Jeep Tour in Sedona, AZ

Pink Jeep Tours204 N Highway 89ASedona, AZ 86336
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Overview

The Scenic Rim Pink Jeep Tour takes guests on an adventurous ride on Sedona's red rock trails. Hold on tight as you journey through winding, unpaved and bumpy backroads as your Pink Jeep climbs 2,000 feet through the canyons. A knowledgeable guide will guide guests through Schnebly Hill Road so that they can marvel at its towering rock formations and postcard views! Sedona's red rock formations are a geological masterpiece that's millions of years in the making, truly a must-see for all!

up to 2.5 hrs 1 or more people

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Sedona Travel Experts
  • Tour Duration: Approximately 2.5 hours
  • Must be at least 2 years of age and older to participate.
  • Includes stops for photos with short walks on uneven terrain.
  • All guests must have upper body strength with the ability to hold themselves up during the tour. Guests are responsible for getting themselves in and out of our vehicles for their tour.
  • Complimentary hotel pick-ups at customer request (pick-up time comes out of the tour time). This is determined by the tour of choice and the hotel location.
  • To maintain social distancing at Pink Jeep, the number of riders will be limited and parties separated in vehicles.
  • All guests must wear a mask while participating.
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers.

Description

from Scenic Rim - Pink Jeep Tour
Step into a custom-built, open-air Pink Jeep® Wrangler at the Pink Jeep Tour Plaza in Sedona. Then you’ll head toward Schnebly Hill Road’s towering red rock formations and picturesque views. Your Jeep vehicle will climb through winding canyons and over rocky trails, with your expertly trained Certified Interpretive Guide at the wheel.

Travel past the circular Merry-Go-Round Rock and aptly named Cow Pies, making a stop to get out and walk on the slick rock. This area of Red Rock Country saw a lot of action during Sedona's movie heydey. The Cow Pies are visible in "Angel and the Badman" (1947), "Broken Arrow" (1950), and Elvis' "Stay Away, Joe" (1968) to name a few.

Schnebly Hill Road loosely follows Munds Wagon Trail, the original route between Sedona and Flagstaff. Completed in 1902, it was one of the state’s first cattle trails. Photo ops are plentiful and feature some of Arizona’s most stunning scenery. You'll be surrounded by red rocks with beautiful views of Bear Wallow Canyon towards Sedona, the Mogollon Rim to the east, and Mingus Mountain and Jerome to the west.

This Scenic Rim Tour will leave you with lasting memories and offers a great introduction to Sedona with Pink Jeep Tours.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Scenic Rim - Pink Jeep Tour

What are the hours of operation?

Tour departs every hour from 7:00am - 4:00pm. 


Are there any age/physical/health/etc. restrictions for this tour? 

For the safety of passengers, all guests must have upper body strength with the ability to hold themselves up during the tour. Guests are responsible for getting themselves in and out of our vehicles for their tour.

Note: most of our tours do not require hiking, although they do have picture stops where you will be getting out of the vehicle and doing short walks on uneven terrain.


What should I bring? 

Sunscreen and a bottle of water. We have a water refill station located at our merchandise store to keep your bottle full of water. Don't forget to bring a camera!

Note: a purse or standard-sized backpack is acceptable, however, there is no storage space in our vehicles. Anything you bring needs to fit comfortably in your lap throughout the tour. 


What should I wear?

It is recommended to wear comfortable outdoor clothing with closed-toe shoes. Temperatures can be colder at night and the Grand Canyon is 10 - 15 degrees colder than Sedona.

Note: you may want to bring a hat and switch to eyeglasses if you wear contacts (tours can be dusty and this can irritate your eyes if you wear contacts).


Where is it located?

All of our tours depart from our office which is located at 204 N. Highway 89A, Sedona, AZ 86336.


Is the tour appropriate for children? 

Yes, this tour is family friendly. The minimum age to participate is 2 years of age. No children under 2 are permitted on this tour.


Is transportation included? If so, where is the pick-up spot or how do I arrange it? 

Yes, all of our tours can accommodate hotel pick-ups. Grand Canyon Tours: automatically scheduled with a hotel pick-up. However, for reservations made the evening before the tour departure, you will need to check in at our office in uptown Sedona. Jeep tours: at customer request. Pick-ups are accommodated either before the tour, in our complimentary shuttle, or during the tour in a Jeep (pick-up time comes out of the tour time). This is determined by the tour of choice and the hotel location.


Is the tour wheelchair accessible?

No, for the safety of our passengers, all guests must have upper body strength with the ability to hold themselves up during the tour. Guests are responsible for getting themselves in and out of our vehicles for their tour.


Can I bring my camera?

Yes, the Scenic Rim Pink Jeep Tour provides great photo opportunities!


How long is the tour?

The tour is approximately 2.5 hours long.


Can I bring my own food/beverages? 

Due to the bouncy nature of our tours, full meals or glass bottles are prohibited on the vehicle. If necessary, you are welcome to bring a small containable snack such as a granola bar. Due to Arizona law, alcoholic beverages are prohibited in our vehicles.


Can I bring my pet?

Pets are not allowed beyond the parking lot at this national heritage site. Please ask about accommodation for service animals prior to taking the tour. Service animals are permitted on all of our tours.


What safety precautions are in place for the activity (if any)?

For the comfort of all guests, items prohibited include, but are not limited to: firearms, cigarettes, e-cigarettes, drones, glass containers, alcohol, coolers, professional video equipment, illegal substances, guns, weapons of any kind, or cremated remains.