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Phoenix: Guided Self-Drive ATV/UTV Tour

1. Phoenix: Guided Self-Drive ATV/UTV Tour

Enjoy an exciting day in the famous Sonoran desert, off-roading in your single-passenger or 4-person ATV on some of the best trails in the stunning Bradshaw Mountains, located just north of Phoenix. Travel through giant Saguaro cacti, deep canyons carved by flash flooding rains, and cross the Aqua Fria River to experience the wild and vast desert terrain. Our tours create a scenic and educational journey amid some of the most rugged landscapes Arizona has to offer, with opportunities to see abundant desert wildlife such as coyotes, bobcats, deer, rabbits, quail and even rattlesnakes. The guided ATV tour begins approximately 45 minutes north of Phoenix in the Sonoran desert near the Agua Fria River Valley. This area, amidst the beautiful Bradshaw Mountains, is perfect for off-roading. There are creek crossings and places for wash riding, as well as gorgeous views of the Arizona landscape.  You’ll be accompanied by a certified guide with a vast knowledge of the plant life, wildlife, history and climate of the area. You can hear stories about the Native Americans who once farmed, hunted, survived and evolved in this unforgiving desert.

West Sedona Canyon: 3-Hour ATV Tour

2. West Sedona Canyon: 3-Hour ATV Tour

Head to the outback of West Sedona Valley on an ATV and see where more than 40 movies have been filmed over the years. After an introductory training, experience this spectacular landscape for around 3 hours on a 30-mile tour. The canyon offers more than 100 miles of trails to choose from, and a guide will customize your tour based on the ages, interests, and skill levels of the people in your group. Take in the stunning views of the Verde Valley from the top of Skeleton Bone Mountain, from a point that's 800 feet above the valley floor. Don't be surprised if you see an antelope running alongside your ATV as you drive along the valley floor!

Las Vegas: Grand Canyon North Tour w/Polaris Ranger or ATV

3. Las Vegas: Grand Canyon North Tour w/Polaris Ranger or ATV

Avoid the busy national park crowds, and experience rare sights in the heart of the Grand Canyon at Bar 10 Ranch. Fly to the Arizona Strip, just miles from the Northern Rim for breathtaking views of the Grand Canyon. Head off on an ATV or Polaris Ranger along a 4x4 trail through Whitmore Canyon and Lake Mead Recreation Area to the rim of the Grand Canyon. Take in the panoramic views at 3,000 feet above the Colorado River. Admire the unusual collection of desert vegetation and animal life. Back at Bar 10 Ranch, relax and enjoy an authentic Dutch oven barbecue lunch. Then, fly to and from Bar 10 Ranch aboard an aircraft specifically designed for “flightseeing,” and soak in the views over Hoover Dam, Lake Mead, and the mighty Colorado River. Benefit from the high wings and large windows which offer the best views along with a comfortable climate-controlled cabin. After, stop in the gift shop to purchase photos or simply browse the souvenirs.

Bear Wallow Canyon on 4x4: 2-Hour Tour from Sedona

4. Bear Wallow Canyon on 4x4: 2-Hour Tour from Sedona

Join this fascinating 2-hour tour of Sedona's beautiful Bear Wallow Canyon and learn all about the pioneer spirit of this marvelous land. Board a 4X4 for an exciting journey through this mystical region. Travel down Munds Wagon Trail or Huckaby Trail and listen as your guides relay some of the most fascinating stories of Sedona’s early pioneers. Continue the tour and ride past the volcanic Mogollon Rim Trail. Here you can enjoy the breathtaking vistas of the red rocks of Sedona and views over the stunning Oak Creek Canyon that rests 2,000 feet below. Before you end this short but fascinating tour, stop to admire the world’s largest collection of ponderosa pines, which lend a sweet and sensual aroma to the region.

Box Canyon and Pinal Mountains Half-Day ATV Tour

5. Box Canyon and Pinal Mountains Half-Day ATV Tour

Explore the extreme northeast corner of Florence, Arizona on board a thrilling All Terrain Vehicle (ATV). Located halfway between Tucson and Phoenix, the Box Canyon and Pinal Mountains make for an ideal day out from both cities. The dirt trail that will set you blood racing is about 40 miles long, and you will have 3.25 hours to play. Once your guide has equipped you with all necessary safety equipment, you received a short training, and you are comfortable with your 4-wheel bike, head off along dirt trails that twist and turn and bump up and down the Pinal Mountains. Climb up and over the front range of the mountains while your guide points out Indian petroglyphs left behind by the ancient Native Americans. Another point of interest is an old adobe building that served as a way station for the Butterfield Overland Stage Coach Company during the 1860s. For a short time it also serviced the Pony Express on what was know as the "Butterfield Route." The real highlight of the tour is Box Canyon. You'll be in the canyon for about 6 miles. Get set for the drama of the middle 3 miles, a slot canyon with walls only about 10-20 feet apart and 900 feet high on both sides!

Sonoran Desert: Guided 2-Hour UTV Adventure

6. Sonoran Desert: Guided 2-Hour UTV Adventure

Hop in, buckle up, turn the switch, and hit the trail in the toughest vehicle the Sonoran Desert has ever seen. The 4-seat UTV can be filled to capacity and can still climb trails, crawl boulders, and zip all over the desert without breaking a sweat. Whether you're craving adventure or simply want to enjoy some sightseeing at your own pace, this UTV is dialed in to deliver. With electric power steering, a thrilling V-Twin engine, and towing capacity to take everything with you, this exhilarating drive handles like a dream. 

From Hurricane: Warner Valley Self-Drive Guided UTV Tour

7. From Hurricane: Warner Valley Self-Drive Guided UTV Tour

Hit the trails and enjoy the colorful red and purple landscapes of the Warner Valley on a UTV tour. Take a 3 or 4-hour tour and discover the terrain and rock formations of the area on one of these rugged vehicles. Take the 3-hour tour and drive to unique destinations including Horseshoe Bend, Warner Valley Overlook, Fort Pierce. For more time on the trails, choose the 4-hour tour and discover The Dinosaur Tracks and Pride Rock. These exhilarating tours are suitable for any skill level. Your professional guide will train you up on driving a UTV, and teach you how to best drive around the obstacles you encounter on the trails.

Sedona: Touch the Earth Pink Jeep Vortex Tour

8. Sedona: Touch the Earth Pink Jeep Vortex Tour

Feel the earth’s energy and experience the calming nature of Mystic Vista, Vultee Arch or Airport Mesa, Sedona’s world-renowned vortex sites. Experience these unique spots where energy flows from or travels into the earth. Get an insight into the science, history, cultural and metaphysical beliefs of vortex power spots so you can draw your own conclusions. Along the way, marvel at panoramic views of iconic red rock formations and revitalize your inner being.  This tour will take you to special places of beauty and tranquility and let you see the magic of Sedona. Relax as this tour travels along the pavement and mild dirt roads to gorgeous vistas. Come touch the earth in an open-air Jeep Wrangler and let your guide do the navigating, along with history, geology and more.

Diamondback Gulch: 2.5-Hour 4x4 Tour from Sedona

9. Diamondback Gulch: 2.5-Hour 4x4 Tour from Sedona

Take an exciting, off-road, 2.5-hour tour of the fantastic Diamondback Gulch from Sedona. Drive through the high desert of Arizona aboard a rugged 4x4 vehicle, and admire the vast expanse of the desert under the scorching Arizona sun. Travel off the beaten path and onto some of the unruly trails to take in the magnificent views of stunning Red Rock Range, as well as impressive Bear Mountain and the beautiful Doe Mesa. Roam through the back country of Sedona's western canyons and listen to your knowledgeable guides and they entertain you with stories about the region's fascinating history and unique geology.

Sonoran Desert Off-Road Tours in Tomcars

10. Sonoran Desert Off-Road Tours in Tomcars

Discover the Sonoran Desert on this Tomcar off-road driving tour. Tours begin in New River at the Road Runner Restaurant and Saloon, an authentic western Saloon. Cowboys and locals offer you a real window into their unique culture. All tours are lead by knowledgable local guides with know-how of the history, culture, and animal and plant life that inhabit this amazing desert. The Sonoran Desert has surprising natural diversity, boasting 60 mammal, 350 bird, 20 amphibian, over 100 reptile, 30 native fish, over 1,000 native bee, and more than 2,000 native plant species. With your tour guide leading the way, and with you in the driver's seat, experience the Sonoran Desert up close where you may see javalinas, desert mule deer, coyotes, and rattlesnakes - to name a few. We will also lead you to some of the following attractions: our desert oasis, the old Indian Ruins, a river crossing (when there is running water), a rare fresh water spring, and a spot with gorgeous 360 degree mountain vista views. Come out on a tour and see the desert's true beauty.

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What people are saying about Arizona

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 12 reviews

Super fun, best time is for the drivers! Next time I would split the four of us into two cars instead of one. (Only one opportunity to switch drivers). Or go for the individual quads. (But the. Again some people don’t like/want to drive so this 4 rider vehicle would be perfect) I recommend bringing your own buff/mask. They provide one but ….. ha ha ! I also have bad dust allergies and this is a dust bowl adventure !! So I brought my own mask to wear under the head/face protector they provide and it helped reduce how much dust I inhaled The guides are amazing, we had TYLER, what a joy he is! He lives his job and Brad Johnson, owner is colorful personality, hard worker and great business vision for the company.

Tim was awesome super patience and let us all get super comfortable on the ATVs, stopped on some beautiful spots and had lots of knowledge and experience in the area.

So much fun! Barry and JJ were awesome! I would definitely recommend this and already have!

Great way to get out and see the beautiful Red Rocks of Sedona.

Our Guide Bill was awesome!!! Very knowledgeable and helpful.