What Sedona’s Broken Arrow 4×4 Trail is REALLY Like

Today we’re back in Sedona, AZ to show what it’s REALLY like to drive the famous Broken Arrow Jeep road on a typical busy weekend. As an experienced 4wd trainer and former Jeep tour guide, Nena Barlow is uniquely qualified to give us a warts-and-all, nitty gritty look at this justifiably famous Jeep road. The views are spectacular, the 4×4 is technical, and the crowds of off-roaders, hikers, mountain bikers and sightseers are ever present. Nena gives 4×4 tips specific for this trail, along with some trail etiquette guidelines for sharing the trail and minimizing impact on this relatively small area that is loved by so many visitors each year. Don’t forget to like and subscribe if you’d like to see more from Trailwise – and tell us what you’d like to see more of in the comments below. Thanks for watching and happy trails!

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About the Author
Nena Barlow
Nena Barlow

Barlow Adventures owner, Nena Barlow grew up in the Southwest, exploring the back roads by Jeep, horse, and hiking boots. She has been in the Jeep business since 1996, providing tours, 4wd instruction, location scouting, offroad event planning, trail mapping & photography, and recovery.

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