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Leaf Peeping Near Tucson: Fall Color on Mt. Lemmon

Fall color in Tucson? Yes, it does exist, although not exactly within the city itself. There is no fall foliage to be found anywhere in Tucson, however, you can drive about an hour and a half outside of the city up to the high altitude trails of the Coronado National Forest to see the colorful […]

Hiking Hotspot: The Jim Thompson Trail in Sedona

The Jim Thompson trail is one of Sedona’s lesser known trails. This lack of tourist traffic makes this beautiful hike all the more appealing. Featuring amazing views of the Steamboat Rock formation, as well as a surprising amount of greenery for the area, it really is a nice little photogenic stroll. You’ll also find a […]

Arizona Snowbowl in the Fall: Shimmering Golden Aspens Everywhere

Flagstaff, Northern Arizona’s most populated high altitude city, is most well-known for being located in the world’s largest ponderosa pine forest. At 7000 feet in elevation, the scenery is quite different than the rest of Arizona. Tourists from Southern Arizona and all over the West flock here each summer to enjoy cool recreation in the […]

Northern Arizona Fall Foliage Gallery 2016

2016 was another amazing fall foliage season in Northern Arizona. Many may be surprised to find out that Northern Arizona, not to be confused with the mostly barren southern portion of the state, is considered to be one of the top destinations in the country for leaf peeping. This will likely really come as a surprise to […]

New England in Arizona: A Fall Hike Along the Colorful West Fork Trail

It’s no surprise that the leafy West Fork Trail in picturesque Oak Creek Canyon is one of the top trails in all of Arizona. Each summer, thousands and thousands of tourists and locals alike take the scenic drive down the canyon to enjoy the beauty of this unusual Arizona hiking trail. The West Fork Trail […]

Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party at Disneyland

Late September through October is the best time to visit Disneyland Park. Not only have the temperatures finally cooled down a bit, but there are also fewer crowds, especially  if you can get to the park on a weekday. To top it off, this is when the annual Halloween festival known as Mickey’s Not So […]

Bear Jaw: A High Altitude Adventure on the San Francisco Peaks

Bear Jaw is one of the most jaw dropping trails in Flagstaff, Arizona, an area known for its’ abundance of picturesque year-round recreational opportunities. As stunning as the scenery is, a hike along Bear Jaw is no easy feat. Starting at an elevation of 8550 feet, you will climb over 1000 feet to an ending […]

10 Fantastic Fall Foliage Destinations

It’s leaf peeping time! No matter where you live, you can typically find more than enough places to enjoy this favorite fall activity. Leaf peeping is a fun & enjoyable activity, not to mention one that gives you the opportunity to explore new areas and possibly even get a great workout in if you can find a great […]

27 Ways to Make it Feel More Like Fall in Hot, Humid Florida!

Sunny Florida…it’s a great place for a gorgeous beach vacation anytime of the year: a prime destination come winter for countless residents of the Midwest and Northeast who seek a sunny, warm escape from their cold and dreary climates. With Walt Disney World, white sand beaches, endless palm trees, and a relaxing laid-back vibe, it’s […]

9 Places to See Fall Color in Arizona

Surprisingly, Arizona is a hotspot for fall color. One usually thinks of Arizona as solely a hot desert destination without the slightest evidence of fall. On the contrary, Northern Arizona is home to a number of high altitude areas which see plenty of golden aspens and brisk temperatures this time of year. While temperatures in Southern Arizona cities […]



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