Wonders of the World
A "GRAND" Adventure
Located in northwestern Arizona, the Grand Canyon is a natural wonder everyone should see. Widely considered one of the seven natural wonders of the world, the canyon, stretches an impressive 227 miles long and averages over ten miles wide. The Canyon's inner-depths expose the Earth's history with rocks dating back 250 million years to 2 billion years old. Originally home to Native Americans, the Grand Canyon is now one of America's premier National Parks and a popular destination for hiking, rafting, climbing and canyoneering. Sitting on the rim of the canyon at sunset as the sky turns from blue to orange to deep red, is an majestic sight to behold. (Approximately 4-5 hour drive from The Rocks)
The vast array of stunning red sandstone formations that surrounds the charming city of Sedona provides spectacular scenic vistas unlike any other. The natural formations appear to glow in brilliant orange and red when illuminated by the rising or setting sun. The red rocks form a popular backdrop for many activities, ranging from spiritual pursuits to the hundreds of hiking and mountain biking trails. Home of the renowned Chapel of the Holy Cross and the popular Bell Rock Summit - as well as a bevy of beautiful spas, galleries, & unique shops - Sedona is a precious jewel of the Upper Sonoran Desert. (Approximately 2 hour drive from The Rocks)
Whether you’re in town for business or pleasure; including a visit to both of these natural wonders is a “must-do” on your itinerary. Your Rocks concierge can arrange an unforgettable guided tour – either by air, by jeep, by train or by car – to ensure that you experience the vast breathtaking beauty & brilliance of the exquisite landscape.