Multi-Day Trips

Go Farther

Sedona Jeep Rentals offers multi-day Jeep options so you can go farther and see more! Whether you are looking for a sampler of local highlights or a multi-day overlanding adventure in the backcountry, we can start you on the right track with Jeeps, equipment, and first-hand expertise. Special multi-day rental rates can apply.

3-Day Special from $585/Jeep
Blackout dates may apply

3-Day Sedona Highlights

Stay in the same Sedona hotel the whole week for easy day trips around the area highlights! Bonus: We can arrange a box lunch and fresh ice for you on any or all days.

Day 1: Honanki Ruins and Outlaw Trail, optional Diamondback Gulch

Day 2: Day 2: Schnebly Hill Road, optional return via Blue Grade

Day 3: Soldier Pass (make sure you apply for permit 3 days in advance) and Broken Arrow

Many other options available, including side trips to Jerome, Grand Canyon and more! Contact us for more details.

Other cool things to do around Sedona besides our many Jeep trails:

Verde Canyon Railroad –
Clarkdale Kayak Company – guided kayak tours –
M Diamond Ranch – Horseback rides and cookouts –
Rainbow Trout Farm (kids choice) – catch your own, cleaning and cooking kit provided –
Tuzigoot National Monument – ruins you can walk through, plus visitor center and bird sanctuary –
Montezuma’s Well National Monument –
Page Springs Cellars – vineyard –
Hike House – gear and all the info you need on area hiking trails –


7-Day Special from $1050/Jeep
Blackout dates may apply


Jerome AZ
Grand Canyon AZ
White Pocket AZ
Walnut Canyon Indian Ruins

7-Day Best of Northern Arizona

Explore Farther!  This makes a great Summer loop.

Day 1: 
Jerome, Perkinsville Road, Sycamore Point, Williams
Jeep options: take the more rugged Great Western Trail between Perkinsville and Sycamore Point.
Camping options: dispersed camping between Sycamore Point and Williams, or campground around White Horse Lake.
Hotel options: Williams offers a range of economy and moderate hotels, but our favorite is:
Optional side trips: Bearizona (kids choice)
Grand Canyon Railway:

Day 2: 
Grand Canyon National Park – South Rim (paved access)
Jeep options: easy dirt roads to Moqui Stage Stop, Coconino Plateau, Grandview Point.
Camping options: developed campgrounds in park by reservation, dispersed camping on Coconino Plateau.
Hotel options, outside of park:
Tusayan, near main park entrance: Grand Hotel or Holiday Inn Express
Cameron, near east entrance: Cameron Trading Post Motel

Day 3: 
Alstrom Point (easy 4wd required – rutted road)
Camping options: dispersed camping all around.

Day 4: 
White Pocket (moderate 4wd required – sand)
Camping options: dispersed camping off of main road.

Day 5: 
Grand Canyon National Park – North Rim (paved access)
Jeep options: Point Sublime (moderate 4wd) and many nearby in Kaibab National Forest.
Camping options: Developed campgrounds within the park by reservation, many beautiful dispersed camping sites on Kaibab Plateau.
Hotel options, outside of park:
Jacob Lake Inn
Kaibab Lodge (staff favorite)

Day 6: 
Lake Powell, Antelope Canyon, Page AZ (paved access)
Antelope Canyon (guided trips only)
Adventure option: rent Jet Skis on Lake Powell:
Hotel options (there are many chains, but check out):

Day 7: 
Meteor Crater and Walnut Canyon (paved access)
Meteor Crater
Walnut Canyon National Monument (optional hike to main ruins is short but strenuous)

Trip tip: Buy a National Parks Pass for $80 to save money if you are visiting two or more parks or monuments.

Options to take it a little further:

Monument Valley Tribal Park (hire a Navajo guide to go deeper into park, easy 4wd)
Canyon de Chelly Tribal Park (hire a Navajo guide to go deeper into park, 4wd required)
Painted Desert (paved access)
Petrified Forest National Park (paved access)
Stay in Winslow, Arizona (go stand on the corner!) at La Posada Hotel

Return to Sedona via Schnebly Hill Road, and if you are thirsting for more, finish up with Broken Arrow. Nice camping on top of Schnebly Hill Road between the Vista and I-17.