Pink Jeep Tour

The Pink Jeeps go off of the paved roads, driving up and onto a number of buttes. They are converted especially for this.

Our Jeep was open with a canopy overhead. It sat quite high so as not to scrape bottom. It had roll bars, which of course we hoped would not be needed. There were seats along the side with hand-hold bars and seat belts that definitely were needed.

Our guide Walt told us all about the area we were in as we climbed higher and higher.

Dirt paths Prickly pear cactus View from the Jeep View from the Jeep

The views kept getting better and better.

View from the Jeep View from the Jeep View from the Jeep View from the Jeep View from the Jeep View from the Jeep View from the Jeep View from the Jeep View from the Jeep View from the Jeep

We would stop, get out of the Jeep, and walk around on the buttes.

Our guide Walt and Geoffrey On top of a butte Erin and Geoffrey Geoffrey and Bud On top of a butte On top of a butte

And the cameras kept clicking and clicking.

Let's take pictures Let's take pictures
The Trousdales Let's take pictures The DeVilbisses and Trousdales

And then there were those steep descents! Whoa!

Going down Going down
Going down Going down

After leaving the buttes, we rode for about an hour through the Coconino National Forest.

Coconino National Forest Coconino National Forest Coconino National Forest Coconino National Forest

Nighttime was descending over Sedona by the time we returned.

Approaching Sedona at night Approaching Sedona at night

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