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Sedona Helicopter Tour: Mountains and Ancient Sights

Sedona Helicopter Tour: Mountains and Ancient Sights - Sedona, United States
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Duration: 25 minutes
Location: Sedona, United States

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$171.29

On this 25-minute helicopter tour from Sedona, see the region’s mountain highlights and ancient attractions. Fly over the Red Rock-Secret Mountain Wilderness to see where locals play in the great outdoors, and admire the stunning beauty of natural attractions like Secret Canyon ... More info ›

On this 25-minute helicopter tour from Sedona, see the region’s mountain highlights and ancient attractions. Fly over the Red Rock-Secret Mountain Wilderness to see where locals play in the great outdoors, and admire the stunning beauty of natural attractions like Secret Canyon. Then see the ancient cliff dwellings of the Sinaguan people, who lived in the area between 500 AD and 1425 AD.

After pickup from your hotel, head to the Sedona airport to board your helicopter and fly west toward the Red Rock-Secret Mountain Wilderness, passing over the Dry Creek area.

One of the Sedona area’s most popular destinations for hiking and other mountain activities, the wilderness is surrounded on three sides by high red cliffs that are split by many deep and hidden canyons, including Secret Canyon, which you’ll see.

Next, fly over Rattlesnake Mesa and into Boynton Canyon to see the ancient cliff homes of the Sinaguan people, a pre-Columbian group that occupied the Verde Valley region from 500 AD to 1425 AD. Their incredible homes have stood the test of time and are some of the most interesting sights on your helicopter tour.

On your way back to the airport, fly over Bear Mountain, Fay's Arch and Doe Mesa.

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Sedona Helicopter Tour: Iconic Formations of Red Rock Country

Sedona Helicopter Tour: Iconic Formations of Red Rock Country - Sedona, United States
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Duration: 35 minutes
Location: Sedona, United States

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$228.79

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 ... More info ›

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.

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Sedona Helicopter Tour: Dust Devil Helicopter Tour

Sedona Helicopter Tour: Dust Devil Helicopter Tour  - Sedona, United States

Duration: 20 to 25 minutes
Location: Sedona, United States

From USD
$187.00

Sedona has a rich, ancient history well beyond the bustling downtown area. See spires, mesas and deep secluded canyons that form the rugged landscape surrounding Sedona ... More info ›

Sedona has a rich, ancient history well beyond the bustling downtown area. See spires, mesas and deep secluded canyons that form the rugged landscape surrounding Sedona.  Explore these canyons and 700 year old cliff dwellings from the air without even leaving a footprint. Duration 20–25 min.

Of all the magical adventures to embark on in Sedona, a helicopter flight over the Anasazi cliff dwellings is one for the books. This 20 minute aerial tour takes you over the 700 year-old structure, which was home to the Anasazi peoples from around 1250 to 1300 AD. After 1300, they mysteriously disappeared but their homes, carved deep into the stone walls, remain as a haunting monument to the once thriving community. Be awed as your helicopter swoops close to the dwellings and keep your camera handy to capture all the fascinating details.

Enjoy the helicopter tour in the Sedona desert. Soar toward Devil’s Bridge, a natural rock formation connecting two towering cliffs. Continue to Secret Canyon and observe the famous hiking trails from above. Spot all the wildlife as you ascend onto the Mogollon Rim. Move through Boynton Canyon and approach the dwellings. Be amazed at the entire ancient town carved into the cliff side. Then we head back to the start point.

The desert heat and heavy foot traffic can often detract from a ground-level exploration of this site. By seeing it all from a helicopter, you’ll enjoy crowd-free, unobstructed views without breaking a sweat.

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Sedona Helicopter Tour: Desert Thunder Tour

Sedona Helicopter Tour: Desert Thunder Tour - Sedona, United States

Duration: 30 to 35 minutes
Location: Sedona, United States

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$249.00

Sedona’s many natural landmarks and ancient sprawls await your camera lens on this helicopter flight! The 30-minute aerial jaunt takes you to the much-photographed Cathedral Rock, several stunning canyons and the unforgettable, 700-year-old settlement of the Anasazi people! 

There’s lots to learn from this vantage point. As you pass the many points of interest, your pilot will share legends of the land and historical tidbits that color the excursion.
• Take a 30-minute helicopter flight over the Sedona desert.
• Head south to the iconic Cathedral Rock.
• Next, it’s on to Chapel of the Holy Cross, a towering chapel built right into the rock!
• Swoop over Bell Rock and Courthouse Butte.
• Spot the famous Snoopy Rock!
• Cross Oak Creek Canyon and soar toward Devil’s Bridge.
• From here, you’ll fly to Secret Canyon and ascend onto the Mogollon Rim.
• Finally, approach Boynton Canyon and the Anasazi cliff dwellings!

Regardless of which direction you look, there’s some formation or stretch of vegetation with a rich history behind it ... More info ›

Sedona’s many natural landmarks and ancient sprawls await your camera lens on this helicopter flight! The 30-minute aerial jaunt takes you to the much-photographed Cathedral Rock, several stunning canyons and the unforgettable, 700-year-old settlement of the Anasazi people! 

There’s lots to learn from this vantage point. As you pass the many points of interest, your pilot will share legends of the land and historical tidbits that color the excursion.
• Take a 30-minute helicopter flight over the Sedona desert.
• Head south to the iconic Cathedral Rock.
• Next, it’s on to Chapel of the Holy Cross, a towering chapel built right into the rock!
• Swoop over Bell Rock and Courthouse Butte.
• Spot the famous Snoopy Rock!
• Cross Oak Creek Canyon and soar toward Devil’s Bridge.
• From here, you’ll fly to Secret Canyon and ascend onto the Mogollon Rim.
• Finally, approach Boynton Canyon and the Anasazi cliff dwellings!

Regardless of which direction you look, there’s some formation or stretch of vegetation with a rich history behind it. Come with a curiosity!

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Sedona Helicopter Tour: Wild West Tour

Sedona Helicopter Tour: Wild West Tour  - Sedona, United States

Duration: 50 to 55 minutes
Location: Sedona, United States

From USD
$395.00

This 50-minute helicopter tour over the Greater Sedona Area is dream flight for photographers. The canyons, rivers and desert sprawls painting this journey make it one of the most striking aerial excursions in America ... More info ›

This 50-minute helicopter tour over the Greater Sedona Area is dream flight for photographers. The canyons, rivers and desert sprawls painting this journey make it one of the most striking aerial excursions in America. Among the sights you'll see, historical  markers include one of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid's hideouts as well as the old mining town of Jerome.

Learn all about the landscapes from your pilot as your small party makes its way to the nearly 8,000-foot Mt. Mingus.

Head out toward Sycamore Canyon. As you pass the second largest canyon in Red Rock Country, catch a glimpse of Verde River. The next stretch brings you panoramic views of the Sedona desert. At Robber’s Roost, you’ll discover the old hideout of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Soar toward the adventure’s standout site: Mingus Mountain! Stare to the side of the looming wonder and spot the old mining town of Jerome.

Your helicopter is spacious, super comfortable and features big windows that ensure you don’t miss a thing. Pack your camera and get up there.

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Sedona Helicopter Tour: Red Rocks and Chapel of the Holy Cross

Sedona Helicopter Tour: Red Rocks and Chapel of the Holy Cross - Sedona, United States
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Duration: 15 minutes
Location: Sedona, United States

From USD
$113.79

At just 15 minutes, this helicopter tour allows you to get a quick taste of the Sedona area’s famous red rock formations and stunning attractions. You’ll fly past Lee Mountain and soar over the Chapel of the Holy Cross, a famous chapel built in the 1950s that rises dramatically from the red rocks ... More info ›

At just 15 minutes, this helicopter tour allows you to get a quick taste of the Sedona area’s famous red rock formations and stunning attractions. You’ll fly past Lee Mountain and soar over the Chapel of the Holy Cross, a famous chapel built in the 1950s that rises dramatically from the red rocks. See the Three Nuns rock formation and then fly past more natural sights, including Snoopy Rock, Steamboat Rock, Bear Wallow Canyon and Schnebly Hill Road.

After you’ve been picked up from your Sedona hotel and have boarded your helicopter, your thrilling 15-minute journey starts as you fly past Lee Mountain and head to the Chapel of the Holy Cross, an impressive Catholic chapel that was built in 1956 on Coconino National Forest land and is one of Sedona’s most popular attractions. The chapel rises 250 feet (76 meters) out of a massive red rock formation and blends in wonderfully with its natural surroundings. Catch a glimpse of the Three Nuns, a red rock formation that looks like three nuns praying outside.

Next, soar past Snoopy Rock, named because it resembles the loveable Peanuts character, and Steamboat Rock before flying over Bear Wallow Canyon. Then look down on Schnebly Hill Road, an old stagecoach route from the late 1800s that was named after Sedona Arabelle Miller Schnebly, Sedona’s namesake and the city’s first postmaster.

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