An easy course with many points of interest including a wildlife water hole that attracts birds, elk and myriad little critters.
Arizonans need not travel to Hawaii or Iceland to get a look at bizarre volcanic geological formations
Munds Park has developed into a premier outdoor recreation destination with over 100 miles of shared-use trails.
For Phoenicians, in fact, it’s a prized commodity, something we aspire to after a long, triple-digit workweek. Fleeing the city for the cool, rarefied air of the high country, our mood rises right along with those green ADOT “Elevation” highway signs that whiz by. From fly fishing in the White Mountains to glamping near the GC, this 11-trip tribute to highness is your escape plan.
In the early 20th century, Phoenix’s Warehouse District was the economic and commercial heart of Phoenix.
Craft beer isn’t the only thing they do well, as it turns out.
America’s Finest City has it all for summer travelers: beaches, theme parks, restaurants, cultural attractions and hotels.
In this exclusive excerpt from his new adventure memoir Rim to River: Looking into the Heart of Arizona, longtime Valley journalist Tom Zoellner paints an evocative portrait of the Arizona Trail as it wends from the Grand Canyon across the Mogollon Rim.
This classic loop hike located just a few miles south of downtown Prescott winds through of broadleaf and coniferous forests with ever-changing vistas.
The keynote feature of this hike in Prescott’s Granite Mountain Recreation area is a lopsided stone perched precariously atop a massive granite boulder.
As might be expected, cows are the headliners on this hike that follows Forest Road 9650R north of Cordes Junction.