Enjoy this look back at the most viewed posts of the year on AZ Wonders.
Arizona Bucket List Adventure Guide Journal author Paul Fiarkoski joined Kristen Keogh on the Here With Her podcast to discuss his book. Paul talks about a big move that inspired the book and shares five underrated experiences from the fifty must-see natural wonders highlighted in his book.
If you decide to go for a hike on the Arizona National Scenic Trail, it’s wise to get tips from somebody who knows it well. Sirena Rana Dufault does and she has a few insights for the rest of us.
Painted Rock Petroglyph Site preserves stories about the lower Gila River and the various Native American people who dwelled here for centuries.
In Arizona, few topics are as hotly debated as whether it’s okay to stack rocks. One Phoenix resident turned rock stacks (cairns) into an art form.
If you visit Casa Grande Ruins National Monument near Coolidge, AZ you’ll definitely see the “great house” and so much more.
At Walnut Canyon National Monument, southeast of Flagstaff, you can walk through one of the best preserved communities of cliff dwellings in Arizona.
Our annual look back at the posts that were most viewed by thousands of Arizona fans.
Wave Cave is one of the most photographed natural wonders in Arizona. Find out how to take your own wave cave pictures, get trailhead directions and a permit.
Intense sunshine and heat in Phoenix pose a unique challenge for gardeners trying to grow flowers and vegetables. One family has created a system for growing plants vertically on the block walls surrounding their property.
You can’t make this stuff up. A customer at a Mexican restaurant in Phoenix was served a chip bearing a striking resemblance to the state of Arizona.
Arizona is reportedly home to more ancient dwellings and ruins sites than any other state in the U.S.. Thankfully many of them are preserved and protected on land managed by the National Parks Service. Others, like the Mindelff Cavates are preserved primarily due to their remote location.