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Soldier's Pass Jeep Tour
Rugged 4x4 Adventure on one of Sedona's Premier Red Rock Jeep Trails
Your Sedona Red Rock Jeep Soldier's Pass Tour starts off with the rugged and historic trail traveled by General George Crook during the Apache campaign in 1871-72. Learn about how General Crook tried to round up the Apaches by chasing them into this box canyon area, but they managed to elude him and his troops.
Travel with the most experienced and knowledgeable jeep tour guides in Sedona. You'll ride over, around and up the red rocks and boulders, go through gullies, and explore some of the unique plant life from the area. The stops you'll make at Devil’s Kitchen and the Apache’s Seven Pools on your Sedona jeep tour will provide you with plenty of great photo opportunities.
Devil's Kitchen: A huge, active, nearly 200-foot sinkhole created in the late 1800s as the result of an earthquake in California. The largest sinkhole in all of Sedona features incredibly shear sides, formations such as "the piano" as well as a lush Cottonwood tree at the bottom that's older than the sinkhole itself!
Seven Sacred Apache Pools: Magnificent indentations in the slick red rock that only fill with rain or run-off. no underground springs feeding the pools) Through 2003, in the course of recorded history, one of these pools had never dried up! Facinating amphibian and reptilian life in the area.
A challenging 4x4 experience that only a Sedona Red Rock Jeep Tour can provide!.