Kaiser Spring Wash is a scenic, moderate hike that’s close enough to do as a day trip from the Phoenix area. Bonus: There’s a mineral-rich hot spring to soak in. Get directions and tips to make the most of the experience.
Oatman, AZ has a burro problem. It started not long after the town’s gold mining operations were shut down by … More
Due to the wildly fluctuating water levels and temperatures in Arizona’s waterways, the fish population doesn’t exactly thrive. And when … More
So many amazing natural gems can be found in Arizona’s rim country – the part of the state situated on … More
Half way between Phoenix and Sedona, is a spot at the Badger Springs exit to pull off and stretch your legs. While you’re there, take a jaunt down the Badger Springs Trail to see petroglyphs and more of Arizona’s other amazing natural wonders.
A stroll up Oak Creek’s west fork offers one of the best hiking experiences in Sedona – an area already known as a hiker’s paradise. Steep canyon walls and shade trees make this a perfect trail if you’re looking to avoid the heat of the Arizona sun.
Photographers refer to golden hour as a period shortly after sunrise or before sunset, when daylight is redder and softer … More
Where else but in the Valley of the Sun would you expect to find America’s largest sundial? About 27 miles … More
Tucked deep in a canyon roughly 15 miles from the nearest paved road, the cool, clear water of Fossil Creek gushes down falls, over rocks and through natural pools on it’s way to the Verde River.
When many people hear the word travertine, they think of a type of beautiful, high-quality floor covering. Indeed, travertine is … More
Sedona has long been known as a unique placed steeped in mystery. One such mind-boggling phenomena is that of vortexes – spots on the globe where high concentrations of energy spiral toward or away from the earth’s core.
Planning a hike around the time of full moon offers a trifecta for the senses: cooler temperatures, a gorgeous sunset and a moonlit trail.