Everything you need to know about finding the secret, hidden waterfall in Madera Canyon Recreation Area south of Tucson, Arizona.
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’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