Sedona Helicopter Tour: Iconic Formations of Red Rock Country
Snoopy Rock comes next, named after the Peanuts character. The Schnelby Hill Road towards Wilson Mountain is where Steamboat Rock sits. Sterling Pass is where you can look out for native wildlife such as elk, deer, and wild javelinas in the rugged world of Red Rock. Flying back, you have to see if you can find the Secret Canyon inside The Red Rock- Secret Mountain Wilderness. Bear Mountain, Red Canyon, and Boynton Canyon are also prominent features of this tour. You can also look at the ancient cliff dwellings of the Singuan people who had lived in the area from 500 AD to 1425 AD. This tour is available until 12/31/18, with the tour departing from 9 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. After the tour, you will be taken back to your hotel. Other tours depart from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
See Sedona's most popular natural landmarks on this deluxe 35-minute helicopter tour of Red Rock Country! On your helicopter flight, soar south from the Sedona airport over Cathedral Rock, Bell Rock and Courthouse Butte before passing Chicken Point within Broken Arrow. Fly past the Three Nuns at the Chapel of the Holy Cross, Snoopy Rock and more!
After pickup at your Sedona hotel, board a state-of-the-art helicopter at the Sedona airport and head south past Cathedral Rock, one of the most famous rock formations in Sedona. You'll see Bell Rock, which has an elevation of 4,816 feet (1,468 meters), located just west of Courthouse Butte.
Next, your aerial tour takes you to the Three Nuns rock formation, which stands guard by the Chapel of the Holy Cross. This remarkable church rises 250 feet (76 meters) out of a massive red rock but blends in with its surroundings, appearing as a natural formation.
Then, soar past Snoopy Rock, which resembles the lovable Peanuts character, before continuing to Schnebly Hill Road toward Wilson Mountain, where Steamboat Rock sits. As you fly to Sterling Pass, be sure to watch for native wildlife such as elk, deer and wild javelinas among the rugged Red Rock Country landscape.
Before heading back, see if you can spot the Secret Canyon, located within the Red Rock-Secret Mountain Wilderness. Then see Bear Mountain, Red Canyon and Boynton Canyon, and admire the ancient cliff dwellings of the Sinaguan people, who lived in the area from 500 AD to 1425 AD.
After your thrilling ride, you'll be taken back to your hotel.