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Outdoor Sedona Activities

Outdoor Sedona Activities

Your L’Auberge stay in red rock country wouldn’t be complete without a little adrenaline added into the mix. Check out some of our top recommendations for outdoor Sedona activities and adventures.

ATV & Buggy Rentals

ATV & Buggy Rentals

Go off-road in Sedona by renting an ATV (all-terrain vehicle) or buggy. Whether you want to venture out on your own—following provided maps and descriptive guides—or prefer to follow the expertise of a guide, you’ll be able to explore nature and the picturesque landscape from the thrill of an off-road vehicle. Half and full-day tours available; Sedona ATV & Buggy Rental provide tours without the tour guide.

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We have many beautiful golf courses in the region, designed to accommodate golfers at a variety of different skill levels. Please note we are suggesting only our favorites—each of which is located less than 20 minutes from L’Auberge.

Sedona Golf Resort (Village of Oak Creek): This is a links course and is the second most popular course in Sedona. Please use the following link for Directions to Sedona Golf Resort.

Oak Creek Country Club (Village of Oak Creek): This is an older course in a more residential setting. It is one of only a few in the country that was designed by the Trent Jones father and son team. Please use the following link for Directions to Oak Creek Country Club.

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Grand Canyon Driving Tours

Experience the awe-inspiring beauty of one of the seven natural wonders of the world on this Pink Jeep Grand Canyon Premier Tour. Relax in luxurious comfort aboard a custom Mercedes Sprinter, equipped with plush captains’ chairs and extra large windows for unparalleled viewing and grand touring style. Take in the sites of the Grand Canyon, visit national historic landmarks, and hear stories and legends from your expert local guide.

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Grand Canyon Train Tours

Though it can make for a long day, the Grand Canyon Train from Williams to the Grand Canyon is a fun, unique experience. It leaves from Williams, which is 75 minutes from Sedona. They ask you to be there an hour early (departure is 9:00am), and then the actual ride takes 2 hours each way. Once you get to the South Rim, you have about 3 hours to eat and either walk or take the shuttle around taking in the sights.

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Grand Canyon Private Tours

Zeus M Tours personalizes adventures to the Grand Canyon, based on the interests of your private group. For example, enjoy the rich Sedona history along Oak Creek Canyon. Travel through the Navajo reservation and greet Native American Navajo and Hopi at the 102-year-old Cameron Trading Post. Learn of the flora, fauna, and geology of the Grand Canyon. Savor lunch at the historic El Tovar Hotel inside the National Park, or opt for lunch on the South Rim.

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Sedona is an amazing place to hike and where picturesque trails abound for all levels of experience. Our concierge and many of our staff have personally done these hikes and can give you the best recommendations for hiking in Sedona.

  • The Hike House is a great place to start planning your hike. They have trail guides set up on their website and in their store, and they can also set up a private guide to hike with you. Learn about The Hike House.
  • Check out our Top 10 Best Sedona Hikes, including exclusive insider info from our staff!
  • Our concierge would also be happy to map out customized hikes and even scenic drives for you. These can include Indian ruins, picnic spots, best photo op locations, swimming holes, and more.
  • These are a few of our top hikes: Doe Mountain, West Fork, Devil’s Bridge, Soldier Pass, and Cathedral Rock.
  • If you’re interested in some hikes near or along the creek, Huckaby, West Fork, and Red Rock Crossing/Crescent Moon Ranch are some nice options (with Crescent Moon being one with more of a scenic stroll that also offers a picnic area).
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Horseback Rides

Experience a taste of the true old west on horseback as you marvel at the stunning landscape. Peaceful yet exciting, horseback rides take you through red rock country—through streams, desert landscapes, and canyon walls. Book your ride to include lunch or dinner, celebrate a special occasion, or plan a romantic excursion.

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Hot Air Balloons

Hot Air Balloons

Soar high above the red rocks in peaceful tranquility—with equal parts thrilling adventure—in a hot air balloon. These sunrise excursions provide awe-inspiring views of the red rocks glowing in the morning sunlight. With capacity for up to 13 people, the whole family will love this adventure.

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Mountain Biking

Mountain biking is one of the best ways to get your adrenaline pumping, enjoy a challenging workout, and explore Sedona’s backcountry with an epic adventure to give you a little red rock dust on your skin and stories to tell for years to come. Whether you travel with your bike or plan to rent one when you arrive in Sedona, our concierge can set up a consultation that will ensure you have the proper gear and get you shredding the trails in no time.

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Pink Jeep Tours

Easily identifiable throughout Sedona, Pink Jeep Tours has become the must-do thrill of any Sedona visit, offering a memorable way to get out into the red rocks and learn about Sedona history. Oftentimes, the jeeps are able to take you where you wouldn’t be able to access on foot, so you’ll get picturesque views and plenty of photo-worthy moments. Most tours are around 2 hours and can pick up/drop off at the valet stand of L’Auberge.

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Sedona Helicopter Tours

These helicopter tours are sure to give you the thrill of a lifetime! Soar through spires, mesas, secluded canyons, and the world-famous Red Rocks of Sedona, as you enjoy unmatched views from a bird’s eye perspective.

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Vortex Hikes & Spiritual Tours

Sedona is an epicenter of sacred vortexes, and L’Auberge offers a central location from which to access these magical spots. Our concierge will be happy to provide maps and information on how to access these spots via hikes—Airport Mesa, Bell Rock, Boyton Canyon, and Cathedral Rock—where you can spend time in exploration and personal reflection. Private guides are also available to take you on a spiritual journey to the vortexes, whether it be for relaxation, energy, or emotional release.

Adventure Packages

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Winter Wanderlust

Engage your wanderlust spirit at L’Auberge de Sedona this winter. Book any cottage for 2+ nights and receive up to $300 in resort credit.

Cottage with Private Entrance

L’Auberge Awakenings

Book 90 days in advance to stay in one of our luxury cottages and receive a complimentary L’Apothecary Spa treatment and a nourishing blending experience.

L’Auberge Holiday Celebrations

Home for the Holidays

Book your Home for the Holidays in a Creek or Garden Cottage with a wood-burning fireplace and luxurious seasonal amenities.