If you’ve been following along on my INSTAGRAM, then you guys have seen that Michael and I were recently in Arizona! And on one of the days we were there, we went off-roading in Sedona.
We had an absolute BLAST. Arizona is so amazing. The scenery, the vibes, love everything about it. We stayed in Scottsdale but went up to Sedona for a daytrip.
I’ve wanted to go to Sedona for a while — I can’t get enough of those red rock views. It really feels like you’re in a scene of Westworld out there.
Sedona is known for great off-roading. The trails were unlike anything I’ve been on and the views were INSANE.
We only had one day there, so we chose to do one of the most raved about trails in the area — the Broken Arrow Trail.
The trail starts off with a large parking area to air down and get situated. After that, the fun begins almost immediately. Drivers are greeted with a sign that says:
If you cannot negotiate this next “climb”, you should turn around here. This narrow, rugged road requires proper skill and equipment. Do not put yourself or others at risk.
LOL, ok!! The “climb” the sign was referring to was a little ascent up onto a large rock plot. Even here, the views were gorgeous.
After scrambling on the rocks, we made our way to the trail which turned into a narrow dirt trail amidst dense trees.
We had read that this is a very popular area for the Pink Jeep Tours — and this was 110% accurate! The Pink Jeep Tours were there in full force. I lost count of how many we saw. There were a ton of them, but they were very polite and easy to work around.
We saw a decent amount of other off-roaders on the trail — other Jeeps, some trucks, and a few UTVs.
We made our way down the trail and very quickly arrived at Chicken Point, an out-of-this-world scenic point. Seriously, have I mentioned the views yet?
After that we continued on and hit up High on the Hog. Highly recommend this side trail! It’s a bit more challenging than Broken Arrow, and a little less crowded. We were doing this in our stock JL Rubicon, so we scraped a couple times on rocks. We followed the trail to Devil’s Staircase. We had planned to do this obstacle, but opted out 🙁 (maybe next time y’all).
It was a GREAT day on the trail and the best off-roading we’ve done with our Jeep so far. Can’t wait to go back!!
You can see other Jeep adventures we’ve had HERE.
Thank you guys so much for reading!! In case you don’t know, Michael and I have an Instagram account dedicated to our Jeep adventures. You can find it HERE.