No experience that embodies the spirit of the American Southwest better than visiting a cliff dwelling formerly inhabit by native people. Many such sites exist in Arizona, but few are as easily accessible or well preserved as the two at beautiful Tonto National Monument near Roosevelt, AZ.
On the northwest side of the head section of Camelback Mountain, there is an interesting rock formation that people have … More
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Not far from Flagstaff, groves of quaking aspen trees amaze visitors each fall as they paint the hillsides gold in … More
If you wish to camp anywhere in the park, other than in developed campgrounds on the North Rim or the South Rim, you must obtain a permit from the Backcountry Information Center. Following is a breakdown of the guidelines for when a permit is required and when it is not.
In a state filled with world-class natural wonders, the massive sandstone buttes set Papago Park apart. The striking red rock … More
Recently, I had a chance conversation with Saija Lehtonen – the photographer who brought a well-timed shot of a desert … More
It’s big. It’s beautiful. It’s unmistakable. Bell Rock is perhaps the easiest to recognize of all named rock formations in … More
Deep in a remote finger of the Grand Canyon is Supai, AZ – a tiny, antiquated village inhabited by a few … More