Hank likes to say that we were drawn to the area by “the pretty rocks,” but for me (Sharyn), it was a combination of 2 balloon rides, a jeep tour, several back country hikes AND the very pretty red rock formations you could enjoy from all of them.

WTake a hot-air balloon ride while you're at the Sedona Marketing Retreat!hen you visit us for a One-on-One Marketing Retreat, you will enjoy all of these activities — and more!

Here are some of the activities:

Ballooning ~

Hot-air balloons are the best way to experience the majesty of Sedona’s red rock area. At dawn, you will quietly soar over one of the most beautiful places in the world. The guides will keep you in the air for approximately an hour, though occasionally they fly a bit longer. Your experience ends with a light champagne picnic breakfast.

4×4 Jeep Tours ~

Take a jeep tour in Sedona when you attend our Marketing Retreat!

View the stunning red rocks of Sedona and travel the back roads, trails and byways in one of our Jeep tours. Their expert guides will show you the spectacular Sedona scenery in special 4×4 Jeeps and take you on a memorable adventure. A guided visit around Sedona will teach you about the magnetic energy and healing properties at Sedona's unique vortex sites.

Sunday Morning Hike ~

In only a short time, we will scramble up one of the region's most notable and accessible red-rock landmarks, Bell Rock, which is just off Highway 179 between the older Uptown section of downtown Sedona and the community of Oak Creek, to the south. Bell Rock is popular because it's easy to reach the trailhead, and it affords stunning views of the red-rock-strewn landscape in every direction.

A well-marked trail leads to the base of Bell Rock, from which numerous trails encircle the formation, lead up toward the peak (only very experienced climbers can hike at the top, but you can get a good way up without any rock-climbing equipment), or lead to nearby formations, including the massive Courthouse Butte.

…and More!

We also have yoga, massages, and shopping excursions when weather or time allow it.