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The tour was amazing and fun. The tour guide was very friendly and knowledgeable.
What beautiful country! And what a great way to see some of the more remote parts of it. Joe was very knowledgeable about the geography and history of the canyons and the log cabin we were able to get to. He had a great, ah, shucks way of telling it. Just like you'd expect from Mitchum or Martin. When I'm in the area again, this will be on my list of things to do.
I would recommend this tour,it was very informative . Dan our guide was very good and gracious.
The tour was a lot of fun. Those Jeeps a hoot to ride around in. The tour guide was very knowledgable about the area. We had a great time and will do it again if/when we go back.
Rocky was the best guide ever! He was funny, intelligently presenting the history and geology of the area and those who peopled the Sedona before it was called Sedona. It was an adventure! Although we were seat belted we held on to the metal frame bars as we made our way up. It had rained a bit and that made that arid land flood a little in spots. Mercifully not a roller coaster ride but definitely exciting as we skimmed the puddles! Rocky slowed down to see the deer and when I asked to photograph the prickly pear cactus and he obliged us and took pictures of our family against the stunningly beautiful background of the Sedona landscape. As city slickers from New York these are most appreciated. He told us of some of the medicinal uses of some of the vegetation as well as the food supply practices of the original land owners of that place which we stopped to visit. His costume and visage were no costume! We appreciated that he truly was part of the history and life of the place! He is a sincere and honest man who lives out the best in the history of the West as Gene Autry sang, "where the only law is right". We were privaledged to meet him and we wish him all the best. Once again, THANK YOU SO MUCH ROCKY!
My sister was here visiting so we wanted a scenic plus fun Jeep tour and boy Howdy that's what we got!
Our tour guide Rocky was fun loving, so very knowledgeable and certainly made this the best ever trip. We would highly recommend this guided tour.
Trip was great and the guide "Tumbleweed Tom" was quite knowledgeable about the area. Already recommended Canyons and Cowboys to friends.
Our guide for Sedona was very friendly and had a wealth of knowledge about the local area. If I took another tour of Sedona I would request the same guide.
Great tour. Our guide Jim was very informative. If u have bad back ask to sit in the front.
Tour was great, Tumbleweed Tom was a great and knowledgeable, guide. We were treated very well and had fun as our group got to kn ow each other.
Was a very informative tour and they were very helpful and answered a lot of questions.
Was very deep in the canyons and had a lot of rock climbing was very adventurous.
Loved Our guide - cowgirl Debbie! Very informative and fun! Came dressed for the part - complete with gun and knife!
Cowboy Pete took us on an off road ride to explore the Sedona area and to what remains of an old cabin - we heard stories about this area; how it evolved and explanations on the wildlife and trees etc. Was interesting and the drive was mostly in 4 wheel drive- so expectedly bumpy. Lots of good information shared.
it was very interesting. our guide was very knowledgeable and fun. her driving skills were great
Bumpy but interesting way to see the trails and closer view of the red rock of Sedona.
A nice drive, although a very rough road. Our driver (Larry) was very informative in relating to the general area and the history of the movie industry.
Enjoyed the scenery, and the interesting ride in the jeep. I wished there was more historical (cowboy and Indian) and rock formation information given out. The driver was too busy talking to the front seat passenger, and did not interact with us, except when we asked a question.