Northern Arizona is a treasure trove of natural wonders. Exploring these sites will leave you with unforgettable memories and a deep appreciation for the beauty of our planet.
Baaj Nwaavjo I’tah Kukveni – Ancestral Footprints of the Grand Canyon National Monument in Arizona incorporates the heritage of many tribes of ancestral people of the American Southwest.
When it comes to exploring the natural wonders of the United States, Arizona is a true gem.
My favorite way to experience Grand Canyon is avoid the main south rim entrance by driving Highway 89 from Flagstaff through Cameron, then come in the east entrance.
If you’re looking for an adventurous way to take in the sights of Fountain Hills, I suggest you set foot on the scenic 2-mile Lake Overlook Trail Loop.
Over the last year, I’ve featured the 50 must-see natural wonders highlighted in Arizona Bucket List Adventure Guide & Journal. … More
Montezuma Well is a unique geologic feature 18 miles south of Sedona, Arizona that refills with over 1.5 gallons of spring water each day.
When the blog editor for redfin.com asked me about hidden gem hiking trails in Phoenix. this one came to mind immediately.
At Wupatki National Monument you can walk among the ruins of dozens of preserved ancestral pueblos dispersed across dozens of acres.
Civilian Conservation Corps workers constructed trails, lookout points and shelters in many of the public land in the United States.
Arizona Bucket List Adventure Guide author Paul Fiarkoski makes a compelling case for why Watson Lake near Prescott is the best small lake for paddling in the United States.
Not too easy; not too hard: At three miles in length, the relatively short and moderately-pitched trail to Lost Ranch is just right.