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Sedona Views Bed and Breakfast
995 N. Hwy 89A
Sedona, Arizona, 86336, United States
(800) 201-1944

TOURS, DAY TRIPS, AND RECREATION


Jeep and Tour Company - A Day in the West - offers jeep or horseback to the Bradshaw ranch where over 40 western movies have been filmed. You can include dinner at the western film set with your tour if you wish. They will pick you up at our B&B. We offer the "Apache ambush Thrill Ride" as one choice in our jeep or horseback package. They also offer many excellent sight seeing tours by jeep.

Jeep and Tour Company - Sedona Red Rock - will pick you up at the B&B and are another choice for our jeep or horseback package.

Jeep and Tour Company — Pink Jeep - offers many excellent sight seeing tours by jeep including the "Broken Arrow".

Hot-Air Balloon Company — Northern Lights - For an early morning breathtaking view of the red rocks we suggest the Northern Light Balloon Company. They pick you up at the B&B and take you up in the red rocks of West Sedona at sunrise followed by a Champagne breakfast. What a way to start your day.

Hot-Air Balloon Company — Red Rock - For an early morning breathtaking view of the red rocks we suggest the Red Rock Balloon Company. They pick you up at the B&B and take you up in the red rocks of West Sedona at sunrise followed by a Champagne breakfast. What a way to start your day.

The Verde Canyon Railroad takes you on a four hour train ride along the Verde River into the Sycamore Canyon only seen by rail or on foot. Wildlife and nature are the highlights of this tour. It is narrated one way. First class includes hors d'oeuvres.

Tour - Arizona Helicopter Tours, and Sedona Biplane, are just two of the ways you can get your feet off the ground and see spectacular scenery of Sedona that can only be seen by air.

Tour- Colorado River Rafting - day scenic FLOAT trip on the Colorado River through spectacular 1400 foot cliffs are available from our Bed and Breakfast.

Tour - The Wildland Trekking Company - Guided hiking and backpacking tours to the Grand Canyon.

Golf - Sedona Golf Resort — provides a combination of jaw-dropping splendor and exceptional challenge. Located in the heart of one of the most captivating regions of the Southwest, the thrilling 6,646-yard, par - 71 course

Golf - Oak Creek Country Club - is a Robert Trent Jones Championship Course. We would be happy to arrange a tee-time for you.

Day Trip - Indian Ruins - If you choose to stop here on your way into Sedona exit I-17at the 298 mile marker, turn right onto the forest service road, over Beaver Creek, and you will soon see the sign for V-BAR-V on your right.

Continue to Montezuma's Well. It is a limestone sink hole formed by the collapse of an immense underground cavern. The springs that feed it flow continuously. Both the Hohokam and Sinagua diverted the water to irrigate their crops as well as built their homes in the area. Walk to the bottom of the well to see how their irrigation canals worked and dangle your feet in the cool water on a warm day and try to imagine how the people went about doing their daily work.

From here you can go to the Montezuma Castle site where you will find an amazing five story cliff dwelling built in the 12th century by the Sinagua farmers and a wonderful visitor center. On the paved pathway you will find many plants identified for you. ($2/person entry).

Off on Highway 260 thru Cottonwood to Clarkdale where you can walk thru the Tuzigoot Indian dwelling site built between 1125 and 1400. It crowns the summit of a long ridge that rises 120 feet above the Verde Valley. It was inhabited by 50 to 200 persons.

Day Trip — Flagstaff - Highway 89A will continue to Flagstaff. The elevation of Sedona is 4500'. Flagstaff is 7000' and is tall timber and can be snow and winter. You can stop at the Scenic Overlook at the top of the switchbacks where there are both beautiful photo opportunities and the site of the Native American Arts Cooperative, a group that certifies the authenticity of Native American made Jewelry and other goods for sale there.
(Lowell Observatory) The Observatory houses a 100 year old telescope and the personal library of Percival Lowell, the astronomer who discovered Pluto. A Tour is available.
(Museum of Northern Arizona) The Museum has exhibits and artifacts of the Native American People and history of the area. A gift shop offers art by Hopi, Navajo, and Zuni crafts people.

Day Trip - Grand Canyon - Many of our guests leave after a hearty Southwest breakfast for the Grand Canyon and return in time for a Sedona Sunset. One route is 89 North of Flagstaff to the Sunset Crater National Park Loop. This is a 31 mile loop road that will take you to Sunset Crater, crater and lava flow area, next a panoramic view of the Painted Desert and the arrive at Wupatki ruins. These ruins include not only a pueblo, with original 800 year old beams in place, but also a ball court and sacred blow hole. At the end of the loop road you'll continue North on 89 into the Navajo Nation.

The 100 year old Cameron Trading post can be an interesting stop with their gift shop, museum, and Navajo tacos. (A small one for two). From there you enter the Grand Canyon through the Navajo Nation and may see them selling their arts on the side of the road. This will take you to the East entrance to the South rim of the Grand Canyon, usually less traffic than from the South entrance.

After a late lunch at the historic El Tovar Hotel, we recommend a 15 to 45 minute hike down the Bright Angel trail to give you a feeling of being below the rim. You must stop at the IMAX theater enroute back to Sedona via Highway 180. This is a very rewarding day. A jacket may be needed at this altitude.

Day Trip — Other - You can do commercial tours to the Grand Canyon via air or land. We will be happy to make arrangements for these tours if you do not prefer to do the driving. Grand Canyon 'Deluxe' Tour Lunch & IMAX included $95/per person

We can also make arrangements for air tours over Monument Valley, Lake Powell, and other sites; or ground tours to the Navajo & Hopi reservation including a tour to the Hopi First Mesa. A real treat.