- 25-minute helicopter flight from Sedona
- Fly over the Red Rock-Secret Mountain Wilderness and the Dry Creek area
- Admire natural landmarks like Secret Canyon and Fay’s Arch
- See the ancient cliff dwellings of the Sinaguan
- Enjoy expert commentary from your pilot
- Hotel pickup and drop-off are included
What You Can Expect
One of the Sedona area’s most popular destinations for hiking and other mountain activities, the wilderness is surrounded on three sides by high red cliffs that are split by many deep and hidden canyons, including Secret Canyon, which you’ll see.
Next, fly over Rattlesnake Mesa and into Boynton Canyon to see the ancient cliff homes of the Sinaguan people, a pre-Columbian group that occupied the Verde Valley region from 500 AD to 1425 AD. Their incredible homes have stood the test of time and are some of the most interesting sights on your helicopter tour.
On your way back to the airport, fly over Bear Mountain, Fay's Arch and Doe Mesa.
Absolutely Breathtaking views!! The Pilot was great and and shared lots of info. The staff at the local tour company is very friendly and accommodating!!
Fabulous tour. Joshua our pilot was great and so was Josh that picked us up and got us loaded in the helicopter!
beautiful weather, beautiful photos and the pilot was very good and informative
It was great!
Our pilot, Mark, and our guide John were so wonderful to be with. They were kind and informative making sure of our safety. Mark would point out points of interest as he would go as close as possible to allow us to take pictures. Both men made our trip special.
This flight took my breath away! The beautiful mountain formations around Sedona are amazing. The pilots narrative was very informative.
A fun experience.
Outstanding scenery under the guidance of a great experienced pilot.
Staff at office is friendly,
Did not get the DVD video I thought we were to get free.
The pilot was very nice and knowledgeable-gave a great briefing. It was hard for us to see since I was behind the pilot and my wife(5 ft) was in the center seat. A large man was sitting to the left, right (me) and right front (pilot). I could see a little but she saw very littleif anything. Since there were storms in the area, the ride was rough so she just tried to hold on and not get nauseous. I could have bought a video and saved myself the trouble.
The helicopter pilot was very skilled and took us into the canyons and showed us the remains of ancient Indian settlements which were very interesting. What I didn't like was loading 4 people into seating that was meant for 3. It was very cramped and my wife couldn't see properly because she was in the middle seat. I couldn't take proper pictures because I was cramped up against the window.