Here’s a strange but true story of how easy it is for a Jeep to end up in the ocean — when you’re riding along the beach!
Jeep tours are similar to Jeep rentals, but they’re different in that Jeep tours are usually highly organized and structured. There is just enough flexibility built in to a Jeep tour that enables you to do some offroading while you’re seeing the sights. Jeep tours are a great way to enjoy the outdoors while taking in the sights and having all of the “minor details'” taken care of for you
The Dragon’s Tail has 318 curves in just 11 miles, so it’s no surprise that there are some tragedies and mishaps along the way. Many of them are memorialized on the Tree of Shame. Jim and I took these photos the first time we rode the Tail of the Dragon. We stopped at Deal’s Gap Motorcycle Resort, which is the home of the Tree of Shame.
The Tail of the Dragon — also called the Dragon’s Tail — is definitely a daredevil stretch of roadway. But that’s not why we go there. We go there for the scenic views and a fun ride in the Jeep with the top down. I’m sure the motorcyclists hate us for that though. Here are pictures & fun facts about the Tail of the Dragon at Deal’s Gap.
Sedona Jeep School offers 4×4 driving instruction in your own four-wheel drive vehicle or one of their Jeeps. They also offer convenient Jeep rental packages. If you live near Sedona, Arizona — or you’re looking for a reason to take a vacation — I’d encourage you to get some insider tips and 4×4 driving instruction from the pro’s at Sedona Jeep School. We did.