Our Blue Polaris Slingshot parked at the shop at 2875 AZ-89A in Sedona, Arizona.
The CanAm Maverick X3 ATV parked on a hill on Broken Arrow Trail on highway 179 in Sedona, Arizona.
The grind plates on our CanAm Maverick X3. These machines can do it all!
A vista point on the Broken Arrow Trail just before Mushroom Rock. The panormaic views here are simply amazing! This trail is recommended for advanced drivers only! (seriously)
After a long climb, getting to the top offers a feeling of satisfaction that can only be felt in Sedona!
A look from the passenger seat of the CanAm Maverick. Riding is often more fun then driving!
This is what a sunset looks like atop Schnebly Hill Road. There is no picture that can do justice for this view.. At roughly 7,000 in elevation, you have views of the San Francisco Peaks to the North and see a panoramic view of Sedona and the Verde Valley.
Yeah Sedona has Jeep Tours... But you can also rent a 4 Seat CanAm Maverick X3 for less than the cost of 4 jeep tour tickets... and see twice as much.
CanAm Maverick Prices for Sedona Arizona ATV Rentals
Don't be the person in the jeep behind one of these..
The Honanki Ruins - located beyond Dry Creek Road accessible via Forest Road 525 - which is the next closest place to Heaven on Earth.
The Devils Bridge Stair Case located on the Broken Arrow Trail. Most trails in Sedona don't have technical climbs like this - but we had to show you!
Ready. Set. Go.
A fly-by on Forest Road 152 which leads to the famous Devils Bridge. If you are thinking of hiking Devils Bridge, you'll need a 4x4 vehicle or a 2x4 with a lot of clearance to get to the trail head, otherwise you'll have to hike along the side of the road which generally has heavy traffic from ATV's, Jeep Tours, and hikers. Many of our customers will rent a CanAm Maverick ATV to get to the trail head.
The Polaris Slingshot - these are a blast to take up Oak Creek Canyon and out to Jerome. The open cockpit is what makes the ride so special. Being in a convertible with 1000 cliff walls next to you offers a completely different experience than driving a car through the same area.
The background of this pictures shows a great example of the "rock spires" that can be seen through your trail rides. As you drive by these beautiful Red Rock formations, you'll be amazed - simply amazed.
After several miles of trail riding, you sometimes arrive at a view like this. This is when you grab a beverage out of the cooler, and go sit down and enjoy the beautiful landscapes of Sedona. We reccomend to pack some sandwiches and drinks from a deli (we provide cooler and ice) and have yourselves a picnic. It will be an experience that you'll never forget.
It had been a few days since the rain, but you'll often see portions of washes that have no drainage and will stay full of water year round.
When you compare the body style of the CanAm (pictured above) to a Razor (what every other ATV Rental offers in Sedona), you really start to see how the CanAms have more of an aggressive stance offering far more control and maneuverability. Did we mention that our vehicles don't have governors on them? 😎
A beautiful look at the Eastern section of the Mogollon Rim.
Several trails in Sedona offer more easy going conditions with no technical expertise required.
Keep all hands and feet in the vehicle kids.
Thunder Mountain in the side view mirror. This is one of the highest peaks in Sedona.
Enough suspension for the entire family.. Seriously - the CanAms drive like a Cadillac over the rocks. (not really, but you catch our drift 😉)
The red really pops in this picture - we had to share it with ya.
The dash of the Polaris Slingshot. Please keep in mind that these are Manuals. 👍
This is where it all began - a favorite for many return customers.. The original, the first Slingshot that we had.
This is the back seat of the CanAm X3. If it's not clear in this picture, the leg room in the back of the CanAm Maverick is roomy to say the least. This is a big reason why people prefer CanAms over the Razors.
Deep into the Outlaw Trail - a panormaic view of the Dry Creek Basin and Sedona.
Another look into the Dry Creek Basin. There is a network of trails in this area that offer astounding views at every turn.
An experience family begins their decent down Devils Staircase... They made it safe and sound if you were wondering
These are the types of roads you can expect when on Forest Road 525 which takes you to the Honanki Indian Ruins. From there, you walk 7 minutes down trail and arrive at a Ruin Site that was constructed an estimated 800 years ago, around 1200. Forest Rangers can answer questions at the entrance before you tour the 75 yard long cliff dwelling. The cliff wall towers 700 feet above you as you walk in front of the ruins.
Built for adventure, designed for comfort. That's the end of our slide show. This will be an adventure that you won't regret taking. We'll show you where to go and make sure that your experience in Sedona is nothing short of the trip of a lifetime!