Arizona is well-known for its desert landscape and hiking trails, but it also offers some world-class kayaking opportunities.
If you’re looking for a nice, long hike with beautiful scenery on the Mogollon Rim, set out on the trail from Willow Springs Trailhead near the Sinkhole Campground.
Keyhole Sink is a unique site near Flagstaff with petroglyphs and a seasonal waterfall that’s fairly easy to get to.
The mountainous, northern Arizona landscape was created by volcanoes. At Sunset Crater National Monument, you can see one up close.
Great book for any Arizona explorer. Get tips on travel, planning and permits for the most amazing places to explore in Arizona.
Rock Art Ranch is a unique natural wonder about 20 miles southeast of Winslow. The highlight is a collection of some of the oldest petroglyph rock art discovered on Earth.
Instagram-worthy Emerald Cove gets its name from the brilliant, greenish hues that light up the water when the sun’s at just the right angle. Get tips on planning an epic trip to this Arizona wonder.
If you want to experience the iconic views of Sedona’s Cathedral Rock formation, head to Crescent Moon Picnic Area.
If you’re looking to experience Soldiers Pass in Sedona, and want to avoid the well-known hassles of accessing the Soldiers Pass Trailhead, consider starting at Jordan Road trailhead and hiking Cibola Pass and Jordan Trail to Devil’s Kitchen sinkhole.
World-famous Illusionist David Blaine pulled off perhaps his most death-defying challenge to date as he dangled from helium balloons nearly 18,000 feet above the ground over Page, AZ.
Few trails in the Sedona area offer as much variety with spectacular views of the famous red rock formations as Fay Canyon Trail. And it’s only about a mile long.
Grand Canyon is a sight to behold. One of the best ways to see it is to climb on a bike at the Grand Canyon Visitor Center near Mather Point and head west on Hermit Road.