Sedona Summit is exquisite. In the bathroom, the water closet was behind a heavy wooden sliding pocket door with a dark bronze handle. The shower was enormous, the tiling intricate and the super deep textured sink was the color of a brand new shiny penny. There wasn't a typical stand alone closet in the bedroom, but there were a total of three wall cabinets to hang clothes. To compensate, the wooden bed was designed so that larger items like shoes and luggage could be stored underneath.
Earth Wisdom along Broken Arrow Trail. The off-roading section. It was rough and rugged as promised. On the way there, we gained some elevation on a paved road until it abruptly ran out and things got bumpy pretty quickly. We were the only ones on this tour so we had the whole jeep to ourselves to bounce around in. The pink jeeps are cute and all, but I found a Groupon for a much better price and didn't lack for anything on the tour. The red jeep got us where we needed to go and our guide Zac was very friendly and informative. He took us to the very tip top of the trail beyond a gate where a lot of tours end and the views were amazing. I was a little bit nervous about just how rough the ride would be, but it was fine. I held onto the cross bar almost the whole time, caught air a few times and managed to hit my elbow on something which only hurt for a few hours. Other than that it wasn't anything too crazy. It is definitely not something I would recommend for anyone who is fragile for any reason.
Our Sedona vacation was off to an excellent start.