Jim has gone offroading in Sedona, Arizona twice. I’ve been once. Photos from each trip are included here. Both times, we were 4wheeling on the Broken Arrow Trail inside the Coconino National Forest.
Buy a Jeep Wrangler was on my bucket list ever since I could drive. Now that we’ve owned 3, it’s time to add fun places and things to do in a Jeep to that bucket list. Here’s what’s on my Jeep bucket list. What’s on yours?
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
You can rent Jeep Wranglers at a handful of national rental car companies. We found the best Jeep rental companies that let you rent 4×4 Jeep Wranglers that you can take offroad — or not. This list of places to rent Jeep Wranglers is organized by state.
I’m a Jeep tour guide in Sedona, and many people think that this would be a dream job. If you are one of those, read this first! Here’s everything you want to know about Jeep tour guides, including how to get hired and what to expect your first days on the job.
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.
About our first trip to Phoenix Arizona for Spring Training baseball, including a side trip to the Grand Canyon. Check out our Chevy Chase moment…