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  • 12 CITY TOUR

    The 12 City Tour is 35 miles of thrilling history that visits every historic Bisbee neighborhood touched by the company started by James Douglas (the father of Bisbee). The 12 City Tour is pavement-only street travel. Departing Old Bisbee, the 12 City Tour heads out of the mountains to visit every single Bisbee neighborhood and their historic secrets. Those historic neighborhoods include Lowell AZ, Galena AZ, Tin Town, Don Luis, Naco AZ, Warren AZ, and Old Bisbee AZ. Highlights include the Shady Dell, the Evergreen Cemetery, the deepest mine, houses for the workers who built the first railway, Camp Naco, the “city beautiful”, the haunted C&A Hospital, Quality Hill, the Bisbee Massacre, and much more. The 12 City Tour has five planned stops and exits for photo opportunities: Lavender Pit lookout, Campbell Mine, Border Wall, Warren Ballpark, and High Road. All tours will make multiple photo and pit stops per guest request at all times.


    TOUR DETAILS Welcome to Big Jeep Tours, where your sense of adventure meets the captivating history and breathtaking beauty of Cochise County, Arizona. Embark on an unforgettable journey through the charming town of Bisbee with our Miners Peak Tour, led by a knowledgeable and passionate native Bisbee tour guide.​ Discover the fascinating mining history of Bisbee, from its early beginnings to the impact of mining on the town's culture and economy today. Our expert guide will provide unique insights and perspectives, ensuring you have a truly enriching experience. Experience the awe-inspiring views of Bisbee's famous Lavender Pit lookout and leaching ponds, witness the remnants of Bisbee's once-thriving mining industry, and explore the historic town of Lowell and the Junction Mine, where you can discover the remnants of the early 1900s mining boom. Marvel at the unique architecture of Victorian-style homes and historic buildings that reflect the town's rich history, and soak in the panoramic mountaintop views of Mexico, the Sulphur Springs Valley, and the San Pedro Valley at Juniper Flats.​ Our immersive experience is perfect for nature enthusiasts, history buffs, and anyone seeking to discover the hidden gems and rich culture of Bisbee. Book the Miners Peak Tour today and join us for an unforgettable adventure with Big Jeep Tours, the premier provider of guided jeep tours, Bisbee scenic tours, and Bisbee sightseeing tours. Don't miss out on this opportunity to create unforgettable memories and explore the heart of Bisbee like never before. Come and join us on a journey you'll never forget!


    TOUR DETAILS Explore Bisbee's landmarks aboard a climate-controlled Jeep Wrangler with a local guide. The tour showcases Old Bisbee, the Lavender Pit, historic Lowell, and the iconic Warren Ballpark in Warren AZ. Experience the area's unique landscapes and architectural charm, from rolling hills to quaint bungalow houses.​ Starting from any location in Bisbee, this journey includes stops at key sites like the vibrant Lavender Pit and the historic streets of Lowell, with stunning views and photo opportunities throughout. Dive into Bisbee’s rich mining history and enjoy the rugged charm of this unique town, capturing the essence of its heritage.

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    FAMOUS BISBEE CELEBRITIES: STARS AMONG THE MINES Bisbee, Arizona, with its rich history and cultural tapestry, has been a beacon for a diverse array of famous personalities. From legendary figures of the Wild West to Hollywood celebrities, political icons, and pioneering business minds, Bisbee's unique charm has attracted many famous Bisbee celebrities. This exploration into the town's storied past reveals a fascinating tapestry of famous figures who have left their mark. GERONIMO - A LEGENDARY FIGURE IN BISBEE'S PAST Geronimo, the renowned Apache leader, holds a significant place in the history of the American Southwest, particularly around the Bisbee area. His resistance against U.S. and Mexican forces in the late 19th century is a crucial part of the region's history, adding a layer of historical depth and complexity to Bisbee's past. DOUG STANHOPE AND JOHNNY DEPP - AN UNLIKELY FRIENDSHIP IN BISBEE Comedian Doug Stanhope, known for his bold humor, has made Bisbee his home, attracting friends like Johnny Depp. Depp, a regular visitor, has become something of a local, known by residents of Warren, AZ, on a first-name basis. This friendship highlights Bisbee's appeal as a retreat for those in the limelight. JOHN WAYNE - A LEGACY IN THE COPPER QUEEN HOTEL The legendary actor John Wayne's connection to Bisbee goes beyond mere visits. The Copper Queen Hotel boasts a room named in his honor, a testament to his frequent stays. He was known to sleep off his hangovers in the OK Street jail, adding a touch of Old Hollywood to Bisbee's charm. EARL HINDMAN - BISBEE'S OWN TV NEIGHBOR Earl Hindman, best known for his role in "Home Improvement," has roots that run deep in Bisbee. Born in Jiggerville, an area now known for its open pits, Hindman grew up in Bisbee, tying his TV fame directly to this Arizonan town. HARRY HOUDINI - MAGICAL PERFORMANCES IN BISBEE The great magician Harry Houdini once performed in the Orpheum Theater, which stood where Goar Park is located today. Houdini's presence in Bisbee's history adds a layer of enchantment and wonder to its cultural tapestry. JAKE LAMOTTA - THE BOXING LEGEND'S RETREAT Jake LaMotta, the inspiration behind "Raging Bull," didn't just visit Bisbee; he owned a vacation home here. His frequent interactions with local businesses and residents brought a touch of sporting fame to the streets of Bisbee. STEVE MCQUEEN AND DAN BLOCKER - RACING THROUGH BISBEE'S STREETS Hollywood icons Steve McQueen and Dan Blocker brought thrill and excitement to Bisbee with their participation in a street race up Old Divide Road to the top of the tunnel. Their adventurous spirits are forever etched in the town’s lore. TED DEGRAZIA - ARTISTIC TIES AND FAMILY CONNECTIONS Artist Ted DeGrazia's bond with Bisbee is more than artistic. He married the daughter of the owner of the Lyric Theater and managed it for ten years, blending his artistic legacy with a personal connection to Bisbee's cultural landmarks. DEL WEBB - PIONEERING THE PD MERCANTILE BUILDING Del Webb, a notable figure in American business and construction, also has a connection to Bisbee. His first commercial project was the PD Mercantile Building, marking the beginning of his illustrious career in development and construction. This building stands as a testament to Webb's early work and contribution to Bisbee's architectural landscape. RONALD AND NANCY REAGAN - A PRESIDENTIAL VISIT Ronald and Nancy Reagan, the renowned presidential couple, also left their mark on Bisbee. They visited the Gay 90s Bar during a trip to see a friend in Naco, Sonora, adding a political footnote to Bisbee's diverse historical narrative. CONCLUSION Bisbee, Arizona, might be small in size, but its history is rich and diverse, painted by the visits and lives of these notable figures. From the legendary Geronimo to the business acumen of Del Webb, each personality has contributed to the rich mosaic that is Bisbee, making it not just a historical site but a living, breathing testament to American culture and history.


    WARREN BALLPARK PLAYED A HUGE ROLE IN YOUR TOUR GUIDE'S CHILDHOOD Narrated by your Native Bisbee Big Jeep Tours Guide THE WARREN BALLPARK IS IN THE HEART OF BISBEE, ARIZONA Warren Ballpark, established in 1909, is a significant landmark in Warren, Arizona, and a notable piece of American sports architecture. As the second structure in Warren, Arizona's first planned community, it symbolizes the town's historical importance. Warren's layout was influenced by the "City Beautiful" movement, a design philosophy that aimed to create aesthetic harmony to foster social order and efficiency. This movement also influenced Washington D.C.'s design, and Warren Ballpark was integral to this vision, embodying the concept of beauty and community coherence. The design of the ballpark is linked to Charles Comiskey, the then-owner of the Chicago White Sox, who contributed to its design. This association with a prominent baseball figure enhances the park's historical value. From an architectural perspective, Warren Ballpark stands out for its distinctive features. While it maintains a traditional baseball field layout, it also includes football bleachers behind the center and right field fences, showing that it was used for both baseball and football. This multipurpose nature showcases the foresight and adaptability of its designers. The park is encircled by a tall, green-painted wooden fence, adding to its classic American ballpark ambiance. The grandstands, constructed of concrete and adobe, reflect local architectural styles, harmonizing the structure with its surroundings in Arizona. Beneath the grandstands, a network of tunnels and rooms run through the foundation and basements, hinting at a complex and multifaceted history. This aspect of the ballpark adds a layer of intrigue and historical depth. The fan-shaped layout of Warren, with the ballpark at its base, highlights the venue's pivotal role in the town's design and social fabric. More than just a sports facility, it's a symbol of the aspirations and community spirit of early 20th-century American town planning. Overall, Warren Ballpark is more than a historic sports venue; it represents a blend of early American urban planning, architectural innovation, and the integration of sports into community life. Its unique characteristics and historical significance make it an important landmark in both Arizona and the broader context of American sports history. WARREN BALLPARK, YOUR TOUR GUIDE, AND A BISBEE WEATHER LESSON My earliest memories of Warren Ballpark are vividly tied to the football games I watched while my dad was part of the chain gang, handling the down marker. During these games, I had the freedom to explore, as my mom wasn't interested in football and my sisters were too young to understand the excitement. A standout memory from this period is the 1976 Bisbee/Douglas rivalry game, a much-anticipated local event. That year, a friend from school was staying over at my house, and we went to the game with my dad. We were free to roam and seek out our own adventures, filled with the kind of mischief that's typical for kids our age. The day started off clear, but a hurricane that originated in the Pacific Ocean was making its way toward Bisbee. By the time the game started, the hurricane had reached us. Although it had lost its strong winds by then, it brought a relentless downpour of cold rain. My friend and I were ill-equipped for this weather, sharing just one thin sweat jacket between us. As the game began, the rain turned into a steady, heavy drizzle, and we started to feel cold. We kept running between the sheltered areas under the baseball grandstands and the end zone, trying to catch glimpses of the game while staying as dry as possible. Sharing the sweat jacket – one arm each through a sleeve – wasn't enough to keep us warm. I vividly remember watching the Bisbee Pumas team in their all-red uniforms, especially their all-state quarterback, skillfully leading his team during a critical moment near the goal line. This happened while the field was being pummeled by sheets of rain. That scene – a mix of strategic gameplay and resilience against the harsh elements – remains a defining memory of my experiences at Warren Ballpark. WORKING AT THE WARREN BALLPARK My time as a spectator at Warren Ballpark's football games was over by 6th grade for me. My father, recognizing my enthusiasm, appointed me as the clip runner for the chain gang during high school football games. This wasn't just a job; it was an honor. It allowed me to be right at the forefront, watching teams up close that would later emerge as state champions. This role immersed me in the game's atmosphere. I could smell the intensity of the battle on the field, and hear the coaches as they directed and disciplined their players. The physical aspects of the game were vividly clear: the hard hits, the visible efforts of the players, and the sheer energy of the game were all part of my experience. From 1977 to 1979, several moments stood out. There was a quarterback from Miami High School, known for his aggressive style, who seemed to relish the physical aspect of the game, often seeking out contact. Another memory is of a Deming High School kicker who managed an incredible feat: his kickoff went beyond the goalpost, over a large fence, and landed in a cottonwood tree far beyond the field. One of the most memorable experiences was watching the state champion Santa Cruz - Eloy team, which included two future NFL players. Their presence on the field was commanding yet subdued. They stood silently on the sidelines, focused and disciplined, watching the game unfold. Their skill was undeniable, as evidenced by their 56-0 lead at halftime. In an unusual turn, I saw their coach instruct the running backs to intentionally fumble the ball, and his frustration when they didn't succeed in this unconventional strategy. The commitment of the visiting fans was also noteworthy. I remember overhearing the only two Santa Cruz fans who had made a long journey to support their team, expressing disappointment over the game's one-sided nature. These experiences, viewed from the unique vantage point of the chain gang, provided me with rich and intimate insights into high school football during my formative years. WARREN BALLPARK BATTLES BEGIN In the autumn of 1977, my journey in competitive sports began when I joined the Lowell School Cobras as a sixth-grader. Dressed in our striking team colors of purple and gold, we were a well-known force in the local football scene. As one of the smaller players in my grade, I quickly came to realize that the protective gear in football was not as effective as I had hoped in shielding us from the physical challenges of the game. Despite my size, I managed to secure a starting position on the team, playing as a safety - a role typically assigned to players who were quick and agile. Our games were held during the bright afternoons at the historic Warren Ballpark, where the sun casts a golden glow over the field, making our uniforms shine even brighter. A memorable highlight was an interception I made against the Nogales team, a feat that filled me with immense pride and joy. However, the most unforgettable experience came during a match against the Willcox team. As we lined up for the opening kickoff, the air was electric with anticipation. Clad in our gold jerseys adorned with purple numbers, and our helmets shining white in the sunlight, we looked every bit the formidable team we were known to be. It was then that a large player from the Willcox team, standing about 15 yards away, began barking like a dog, his eyes fixed on us. His intention was clear - to intimidate us. Fear gripped me; my eyes widened as I took in the bizarre scene. But the mood swiftly changed when I glanced along my line of teammates. Our star player, unfazed by the Willcox player's antics, pointed at him and burst into laughter. His laughter, genuine and fearless, rippled through our team, and soon enough, we were all laughing - some of us even pointing and mimicking the barking. This moment of shared humor transformed our apprehension into a bond of unity and confidence. Riding on this wave of camaraderie and uplifted spirits, we played with exceptional vigor and teamwork. That day, not only did we emerge victorious against the Willcox team, but we also learned a valuable lesson in facing intimidation with laughter and unity. It was a game that went beyond just a win; it was a testament to our team spirit and resilience. WARREN BALLPARK IS PART OF EVERY BISBEE KIDS LIFE My journey as an athlete began in the eighth grade, marked by an unforgettable graduation ceremony at Warren Ballpark during a rare snowstorm in May 1980. Bisbee, Arizona, known for its unpredictable and thrilling weather, offered a dramatic backdrop to this milestone. The only memento of that day is a photograph of me walking up the front porch, with large snowflakes swirling around, taken as we returned from the graduation in Galena. That summer marked my debut as an athlete at Warren Ballpark, playing for the Bisbee Babe Ruth baseball team. Our team faced off against various opponents from neighboring cities, but the most memorable game was against our arch-rival, Douglas, Arizona. This game took place in August, during the monsoon season, adding an intense backdrop as lightning ignited a fire in the Mule Mountains. From the ballpark, we could see the fire's orange glow stretching two to three miles across the mountain crest behind Warren and the ballpark. The sight was dramatic, but we were safe and focused on defeating Douglas. The decisive moment of that season came during our last game against Douglas. In Bisbee's final at-bat, we were trailing and needed two runs to win. The batter before me managed a walk to first base. When it was my turn, the Douglas pitcher threw a fastball, which I hit hard, sending a line drive off the left field foul pole, narrowly missing a home run. Shaking off the disappointment, I then hit the next pitch over the shortstop's head for a single into left field. With runners on first and third and no outs, the pressure was mounting. I watched from first base as the next two batters struck out. Then, the final batter hit a weak grounder up the middle. Seizing the moment, I dashed for third base. The center fielder's throw missed the third baseman, and I scrambled to the plate, sliding in just in time to beat the throw home. We won the game, a thrilling victory made even more memorable by the glowing mountains in the distance. Riding home with my parents back to Galena, I reflected on the exhilarating experience and the unique backdrop that Warren Ballpark and the Bisbee landscape provided for my first significant athletic achievement. HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL GAMES AND INJURIES When I was 14, I played as a starting receiver for Bisbee High School's football team. Our games at Warren Ballpark are still clear in my mind. I remember a tough match against Ajo High School, where a defensive back hit me so hard that my helmet cracked and I almost broke my jaw. My mouth was open when it happened, making the impact worse. Another unforgettable game was against Douglas High School when I was still 14. As our team entered the field, we ran along the sideline to the 50-yard line, then across to our warm-up spots. Douglas's team was already there, with so many players they filled up the field from the 45-yard line to the end zone. I was pretty short back then, around 5 feet 4 inches, and as I ran past the Douglas players, they seemed like giants, almost 7 feet tall. They were a strong team, and they beat us badly that year and the next. But in my senior year, we held them to a close 6-3 game. I'll never forget how my fellow safety, who played defense with me, would tackle the other team's players with such force it sounded like a gunshot. In one intense moment, both of us went for a running back who had just caught a pass. I got there a split second before my teammate, managing to grab the running back's helmet. But then my teammate collided helmet-to-helmet with the running back, and my hand got caught in the middle. Every bone in my hand broke, and the running back ended up with a badly broken leg. My teammate got a concussion and was down for a few minutes. It was a rough moment in our high school football days. My hand started swelling up and filled with blood, looking like a huge plum. I couldn't even touch my fingers together. I showed my coach, but instead of sympathy, I got a tough talk about being a man. So, I played the rest of the game at Warren Ballpark with a badly injured hand. It was a hard and memorable experience from my high school football days. CONCLUSION The Warren Ballpark in Warren, Arizona, isn't just famous for the stories I've shared as your tour guide; it has a rich history that goes beyond that. Built as the second structure in Warren, it was designed with the help of Charles Comiskey, the owner of the Chicago White Sox. This ballpark is special because in the early 1900s, it was a stop for some of the greatest baseball players of all time. These Major League Baseball Hall of Famers were part of a traveling all-star MLB exhibition team that visited towns like Bisbee. But the ballpark also has a more serious part of its history. In 1917, during a time known as the Bisbee Deportation, it was used by mining companies in a way that’s hard to forget. They gathered the miners who were on strike there, and then forced them onto cattle cars and sent them to the New Mexico desert. You can learn more about the Warren Ballpark and its unique stories by joining one of our Bisbee Tours, presented by Big Jeep Tours. It’s a chance to see a place that’s not just a sports field, but a witness to some important events in our history.


    EATING SOAP AT CENTRAL SCHOOL Growing up in the heart of Bisbee, Arizona, my childhood was woven into the fabric of this vibrant town. Nestled in neighborhoods like South Bisbee and Galena, I was a local at many of the town's schools. My educational journey began at Lowell School for kindergarten, then onto Central School for 1st grade, followed by Huachuca Terrace in San Jose for 2nd grade, and finally, Greenway School for grades 3 to 5. Amid these school days, some moments stand out more starkly than others. A particularly poignant memory traces back to my days at Central School. This period was interlaced with idyllic summer times spent with my grandparents on Quality Hill. My Papa, a teacher himself, was free in the summers, and alongside Grandmama, they became our guardians while our parents worked. Quality Hill was a playground for my friends and me, its hilly contours setting the stage for countless adventures. One such friend, a girl who lived across from my grandparents, harbored a youthful crush on me. In an innocent yet unwelcome gesture, she once kissed me in her basement. Little did I know, my reaction to this toddler's kiss would echo back unexpectedly. One ordinary day in Central School, I was jolted from my first-grade classroom routine when my teacher suddenly grabbed my hand and led me to the restroom. There, I was ordered to wash my mouth with soap - EATING SOAP. My alleged crime? Cursing at my desk. Despite my protests and confusion – I was only five and barely mastered English, let alone profanity – my pleas fell on deaf ears. The truth dawned on me later: the girl I had rejected was my classmate. In her bid for revenge, she concocted the story that landed me in trouble. Her plan was executed with a bittersweet precision. Today, Central School holds a special place in Bisbee's history and our hearts. It's a highlight of our Bisbee Tours, where visitors can glimpse the classroom and restroom windows that framed my unjust punishment. The school's bell tower, a sentinel of history, once warned locals of Apache attacks. Join us on a journey through Bisbee, and experience the storied Central School, a witness to both personal tales and historic events.

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  • Explore Historic Bisbee, AZ with Old Bisbee Tour by Big Jeep ToursOLD BISBEE TOUR

    OLD BISBEE TOUR 2 Hours | Mild, Pavement only $66 - Adults (18-54) $60 - Seniors (55+) $30 - Youth (13-17) $0 - Children (under 13) **** all prices include tax BIG JEEP TOURS IS RATED 5 / 5 ON GOOGLE , WIX , VIATOR , TRIPADVISOR , AND YELP Book Your Old Bisbee Tour Now Explore the Charm of Old Bisbee with Our Guided Jeep Tour Jump into the Big Jeep Wrangler for the Old Bisbee Tour, the best way to see Bisbee's iconic sights from the comfort of a climate-controlled Jeep. Led by a native guide, this tour takes you through Old Bisbee, the colorful open pits, and the hidden suburb of Lowell AZ. ​ Starting at a location of your choice in Bisbee, the tour includes stops at the Lavender Pit, historic Lowell and Saginaw, and the tight, winding streets of Old Bisbee. Enjoy stunning views and photo ops of mining valleys and historic streets. The tour encapsulates the essence of Bisbee's mining history and rugged charm, perfect for anyone eager to explore Bisbee’s heritage. No Deposit Free Booking Changes Guest-Choice Pickup & Dropoff 45 minutes Explore Old Bisbee (historic district) Explore Old Bisbee (historic district) The Old Bisbee Tour starts at your selected Guest-Choice pickup spot and takes you through the charming historic district of Old Bisbee. As you navigate the winding streets on the hillsides, you'll be amazed by the stunning architecture. The journey is enriched by stories of the complex, treacherous, and tough people who built Bisbee, and the magnificent panoramic views from high elevations. Photo stops High Road Overlook Attractions along the way Pythian Castle Central School PD Mercantile Joseph Muheim Old Bisbee High School Ted DeGrazia St. Elmo Bar High Road Stock Exchange Saloon Cochise County Courthouse Copper Queen Hotel St. Patrick Church Presbyterian Church Bisbee Massacre James Douglas Copper Queen Library Book Your Old Bisbee Tour Now 30 minutes Visit the Open Mines Visit the Open Mines Explore the open mines located south of the historic Bisbee and witness the stunning colors and size of the heavy mineralization. Gain knowledge about the mining techniques that lasted for 24 years and discover what lies beneath the massive pits. Your guide will take you to see visible giant boulders nearby, which are a part of the Bisbee Blue Turquoise territory. Photo stops Lavender Pit Overlook Attractions along the way Sacramento Pit Lavender Pit Leaching Ponds Slag Copper Book Your Old Bisbee Tour Now 30 minutes Explore Lowell AZ Explore Lowell AZ Discover the hidden suburb of Lowell, Arizona, located near the open mines. Erie Street will take you on a journey through classic automobiles and vintage storefronts that spark your imagination. Additionally, you can visit our haunted cemetery and learn about a lightning victim from 1973 while observing the remnants of lightning strikes. Photo stops Guest request Attractions along the way Lowell AZ Lowell School Evergreen Cemetery Shady Dell Denn Mine George Warren 12 City Tour Link Book Your Old Bisbee Tour Now Pets Welcome Private Tours Only Native-Born Bisbee Guide GUEST - CHOICE Pickup and Dropoff To accommodate Guest-Choice convenience, Big Jeep Tours offers personalized pickup services throughout the greater Bisbee area. Given that parking can be limited, we are more than happy to meet you at your location—whether it's hotels, Airbnbs, bed and breakfasts, or restaurants. Wherever you are, we'll come to you.

  • Juniper Flats Tour | Big Jeep ToursJUNIPER FLATS TOUR

    JUNIPER FLATS TOUR 1 Hours | Bumpy, Pavement & Offroad Travel $33 - Adults (18-54) $30 - Seniors (55+) $17 - Youth (13-17) $0 - Children (under 13) **** all prices include tax BIG JEEP TOURS IS RATED 5 / 5 ON GOOGLE , WIX , VIATOR , TRIPADVISOR , AND YELP Book Your Juniper Flats Tour Now Discover the Majesty of Juniper Flats Embark on a scenic tour through Bisbee, Arizona's northern mountains and discover the enchanting Juniper Flats. The journey takes you on rugged paths and up towering mountains, with a high point of 7,005 feet. Along the way, you'll visit an old monument above Mule Pass Tunnel, crafted by prisoners long ago. Keep an eye out for, including birds of prey and other native animals, and take in vast views stretching to Mexico and over the surrounding valleys at the summit. No Deposit Free Booking Changes Guest-Choice Pickup & Dropoff 60 minutes Explore Juniper Flats (mountaintop) Explore Juniper Flats (mountaintop) Juniper Flats offers an adventurous off-road journey to the mountain top. Once you reach the summit, you'll be greeted with spectacular panoramic views that extend for hundreds of miles in every direction. As you travel up the mountain, keep an eye out for the area's local wildlife, which may be spotted along the route. There’s also the fun opportunity to look for various minerals scattered on the ground, making this not just a scenic trip but also an engaging exploration of the natural environment. Photo exits Juniper Flats Towers Attractions along the way The Divide Turkey Vulture Continental Divide Marker Juniper Flats Road Escabrosa Ridge Coues Deer Microwave Towers Pets Welcome Private Tours Only Native-Born Bisbee Guide GUEST - CHOICE Pickup and Dropoff To accommodate Guest-Choice convenience, Big Jeep Tours offers personalized pickup services throughout the greater Bisbee area. Given that parking can be limited, we are more than happy to meet you at your location—whether it's hotels, Airbnbs, bed and breakfasts, or restaurants. Wherever you are, we'll come to you.

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    GIFT CARDS No Deposit Free Booking Changes Guest-Choice Pickup & Dropoff Pets Welcome Private Tours Only Native-Born Bisbee Guide WE MAKE BISBEE MATTER What to pack for Bisbee Layered clothing Although average temperatures are generally mild, variable wind conditions and differing tour start times could impact comfort levels. Sun protection The Bisbee sun is powerful because we are a little closer to the sun. Be sure to bring a hat, sunglasses, and high SPF sunscreen. Insect repellent Bisbee is known for its no-see-ums during its monsoon season. Bring along some strong insect repellent and bite cream to soothe any itchy bites. Comfortable shoes Whether you’re wandering the winding streets of Old Bisbee or the rocks of Juniper Flats, you’ll need a comfortable pair of walking shoes when you discover Bisbee.

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