Red Rock Sedona Helicopter Tour
Duration: 15 Minutes
Departs from: Sedona Main Airport Terminal Building
See Sedona's famous Red Rocks, explore Sinagua Indian ruins, and descend into spectacular canyons with Arizona Helicopter Adventures. Experience these views from our comfortable Bell Jet Ranger Helicopter. Also, receive an in-flight narrative via your skilled pilot. The pilot will answer all your questions as you enjoy an up-close, intimate journey around the Red Rocks of Sedona.
Embark on this journey and you will experience the best 13 minutes of your life. See famous Cathedral Rock, Courthouse Butte, Bell Rock, Submarine Rock, Snoopy Rock, The Chapel of the Holy Cross, and the Beautiful Bear Wallow Canyon.
Type of Trans
- Cathedral Rock
- Bell Rock
- Courthouse Butte
- The Chapel of the Holy Cross
- Submarine Rock
- Snoopy Rock
- Bear Wallow Canyon
Bell Jet Ranger Helicopter, seats six guests, each getting a great view of the surrounding skies
Suitable for everyone. Children 2 years and under must sit on the lap of an adult.
What to Wear
Comfortable clothing. Dress accordingly to the weather. Bring a camera and photo id for check in.
Daily, year round. Tour must have at least 4 people to run. If group is smaller than that, call in and check availability.
Departure Time & Location
Morning and afternoon sessions from the Sedona Main Airport Terminal Building. Select your preferred tour session before booking.
Interstate 17 to Sedona exit, Route 179. Follow signs to Sedona. At the third traffic light, turn left onto Route 89A. Follow 89A up a hill. At the crest of the hill, turn left onto Airport Road. Follow Airport Road up a mesa 1 mile. Turn right just after Sky Ranch Lodge onto Air Terminal Drive. Follow Air Terminal Drive. Stay on the pavement. The pavement will curve and end at the Main Airport Terminal Building (5,000 sq. foot brown brick building). Parking lot is in front. We are in the first set of double doors. Check in time is 20 minutes prior to flight time.
Want to go on a helicopter flight at the south rim?
Check out our Grand Canyon Helicopter page.