Secret Canyon hiking trail lies within the Red Rock Secret Mountain Wilderness in beautiful Sedona, Arizona. This is a wide valley surrounded on three sides by high red cliffs split by many deep, hidden canyons. This canyon is similar to the West Fork of Oak Creek as it is quite steep, densely wooded and contains a permanent stream with pools and waterfalls with some confined passageways. Secret Canyon is much less traveled so offers more tranquility.
The Jug within Salome Creek is an extremely fun canyon that resembles a water park. Best done in the morning in order to get in the water during the hot time of the day. This canyon can be done without a harness, as it only has one rappel which can be jumped 25′ into deep water.
Maiden Falls is one of Arizona’s most remote and beautiful waterfall swimming holes located in the West Clear Creek Wilderness. Private Jeep Excursions will begin to offer trips to this location as soon as some details are worked out. More detailed information about this trip coming soon.
Aztec Peak is a fire lookout at an elevation of 7,694 ft above the sea level, located in the Tonto National Forest, in central Arizona, USA. It’s the highest point of the Sierra Ancha Wilderness area. This off-road trail twist and turns up through beautiful forests and canyons. It takes you to the top of the Workman Creek Falls. There is a watchtower you can climb up giving you stunning views from the vista point atop of Aztec Peak. There are many side trails and hikes to explore within the Sierra Ancha Wilderness area.
Sycamore Falls located at the headwaters of Sycamore Creek in the 55,937 acre Sycamore Canyon Wilderness, this is a special place. The ponderosa pine forest and canyon country are relatively durable environments, but water is scarce and spring run-off powers Sycamore Falls usually no later than April each year. From April through November, however, this becomes one of the most popular rock climbing areas in the southwest, known as “Paradise Forks.”
Take a ride with Private Jeep Excursions to hike and explore the wonders of Aravaipa Canyon. With towering cliffs, flowing water and a rich diversity of flora and fauna, Aravaipa Canyon Wilderness remains as one of Arizonas truly unique areas. Its 19,410 acres of designated Wilderness beckons adventurers who yearn for solitude and scenic splendor.
Join us on a hike down into Cottonwood Canyon to explore the fascinating petroglyphs left behind by the Hohokam Indians. Discover their images of spirals, lizards, animals, and human figures.
Schnebly Hill Road is one of the most beautiful drives in Sedona, Arizona. It’s a steep, very bumpy, and wonderfully scenic drive that drops more than 2,000 feet from a wooded mesa into the wonderland of Sedona’s Red Rock canyons.
During the Coal Mine Canyon Day Trip we will first visit a field of lava at the base of the Sunset Crater Volcano. We will then visit the Wupatki Indian Ruins. Then we will visit the beautiful Coal Mine Canyon at the edge of the Painted Desert. Fewer than a couple hundred visitors each year see the amazingly colorful formations that line the upper end of the ravine.
The changing of the leaves in Northern Arizona is beautiful and not to be missed. During late October and through November we have a window to view the leaves as they change to beautiful shades of red, orange, and yellow. PJE offers trips to a number of different locations.