Before forcing it’s way to the Verde River, Parsons Creek meanders through a towering canyon abundant with obstructions. Rock ledges here and sharp-turns there.
There are so many amazing sights to see in Arizona. An organized tour can help you see more in a short period without the hassles of permits and planning.
A cross between a burro and a horse, the sure-footed mule is perfectly suited for navigating the long, steep trails … More
Along the South Rim of the Grand Canyon sits the El Tovar hotel, known by travelers around the world for … More
At a point high above an elbow in the Grand Canyon where the Colorado River shifts from south to west … More
Like an oasis for travelers, the Desert View Visitor Center awaits people arriving at the Grand Canyon’s south rim from … More
Of all the amazing sights to behold at the Grand Canyon, The Battleship rock formation is one of only a … More
There is so much more to explore in the Grand Canyon than first meets the eye. Many trails that take … More
There’s little doubt that the Grand Canyon inspires more artwork than any other Arizona wonder. And there’s a painting by … More
“Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in awhile, you could miss it.” ~ Matthew … More
The Wave is one of Arizona’s most popular hiking destinations requires advance planning and a permit.
Deep in a remote finger of the Grand Canyon is Supai, AZ – a tiny, antiquated village inhabited by a few … More