Arizona is well-known for its desert landscape and hiking trails, but it also offers some world-class kayaking opportunities.
Barnhardt Trail near Payson, Arizona leads you into an awe-inspiring red rock canyon with seasonal waterfalls and creeks.
Much of the Grand Canyon State is desert landscape, so chasing waterfalls requires a little work, or good timing. Here are some of Arizona’s favorite waterfalls.
Arizona is known for fabulous sunrises and sunsets. But this sunset image captured from a north Phoenix neighborhood on January … More
If you want to see the spectacular Massacre Grounds waterfalls in Arizona’s Superstition Mountains you’ll need to time your visit well. Water only flows for a short time after rain or snow showers.
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.
Check out a few of these trails and you’ll quickly see that you don’t need a permit to take a world-class hike in Arizona.
Sedona is well known for mysterious sightings and happenings: Red rock formations, vortexes and alien encounters for example. Add this peculiar Arizona Sycamore tree to the list.
While on a hike in Sedona, Charles Golson caught this spectacular image of a rock formation bearing a resemblance to a Kachina woman.
Although there are many ruins sites in Arizona, few are as easily accessible or well preserved as the Tonto National Monument cliff dwellings.
On June 30, 2013, Arizona lost 19 very special men in the Granite Mountain Fire near Yarnell. The tragedy gained nationwide attention and became the story line for the 2017 big screen movie: Only the Brave.