Last weekend, we rented one of these — a Tomkat — and spent a few hours going like ‘Merican maniacs up and over rocks to see parts of Sedona we’d never trekked on foot.
Of course I was completely inappropriately dressed for such an adventure. Note: if you are off to “off road,” don’t wear a new white linen blouse and white Chuck Taylors. You will come home with dust in your ears and taste Sedona’s notorious red sand through dinner.
On the other side: it was way, way more fun than I anticipated. We saw a natural bridge, visited a giant sink hole and a historic cabin. And we spent several glorious hours outside with the kids with minimal complaint. It was a delightful day.