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15 Fun Facts About Northern Arizona You Probably Didn’t Know

Northern Arizona is a unique area of the country which offers a drastically different climate, geography, and culture than that found in the Southern portion of the state. Although the area is most widely recognized for being home to the Grand Canyon, there really is so much more to see and do. Northern Arizona is an […]

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 […]

10 Worthwhile Northern Arizona Attractions & 10 to Skip!

Northern Arizona is home to many of the state’s most notable attractions including The Grand Canyon, the majestic red rocks of Sedona, and the beautiful San Francisco Peaks (which at 12,633 feet are the highest mountain range in Arizona). As Flagstaff is located along both I-40 and Route 66, it’s the most popular road trip […]

Little Horse Trail: An Enjoyable Sedona Workout with Fantastic Views!

Little Horse Trail, one of the numerous hiking options within the Coconino National Forest, is a moderate trail which is suitable for hikers of all skill levels. Despite the short distance, it provides an amazing look into Sedona’s majestic red rock landscape. If you are new to the area, Little Horse trail is a great […]

13 Creek Crossings Along Sedona’s Magnificent West Fork Trail

Gorgeous views of Sedona’s red rocks, 13 fun and challenging streams to cross, and a diverse variety of trees (many of which turn a brilliant gold and red hue during the fall season), make the West Fork trail the most popular hiking choice within the Coconino County National Forest. There are dozens of fantastic trails […]

Fay Canyon Trail: A Peaceful Hike Through Sedona’s Gorgeous Red Rocks

Sedona is home to 100’s of scenic hiking trails, the majority of which offer spectacular red rock views. Fay Canyon, a short & scenic box canyon, is no exception: this beautiful, easy short 2 mile loop trail offers incredible views of Sedona’s red rocks for the entire 2 mile journey. Luckily, the trail is for […]