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Flagstaff: The City of 7 Wonders

  Flagstaff, Arizona has been nicknamed “The City of 7 wonders” due to its’ close proximity to a number of fascinating natural wonders. Most of us that are familiar with the city associate it solely with the Grand Canyon, although there are a handful of diverse sights you will want to check out on your […]

10 Must-Do Daytrips from Flagstaff

Flagstaff, a small mountain town in the Northern Arizona region, is the gateway to many amazing national wonders, most notably the magnificent Grand Canyon which is just a little over an hour away. Asides from being an easy drive from one of the world’s most well-known wonders, Flagstaff offers a number of attractive amenities of […]

5 Amazing Sedona Hikes Under 5 Miles

Sedona, Arizona is a gorgeous Southwestern vacation destination, and by far, the most beautiful place to visit in Arizona (yes, above the Grand Canyon!!). Towering ancient red rock formations dominate the landscape, and through various means including scenic drives, hikes, spectacular overlooks, tours, and even restaurants & resorts, you will be able to enjoy these […]

Hiking Hotspot: A Stunning Climb Up Doe Mountain in Sedona

For the most spectacular 360 degree views of Sedona’s stunning red rocks, be sure to plan for a climb up Doe Mountain. Although it may seem like a big feat, the 0.7 mile climb up to the mesa of Doe Mountain features a series of switchbacks and just 400 feet in elevation gain, thus making […]

5 Places to Enjoy the Views in Sedona without Hiking

Sedona, Arizona is one of the most gorgeous vacation destinations in the Southwest, if not the entire country. With brilliant million+ year old rocks dominating the landscape, 100’s of miles of colorful red rock trails, and several healing vortex sites (more on vortexes later on), Sedona really is the perfect vacation choice for anyone seeking […]

7 Charming Small Towns in Arizona

Sprawled out cacti & palm tree loaded metropolises like Phoenix and Tucson usually come to mind first when picturing Arizona. While these 2 massive metros area take up the majority of the Southern portion of the state, there is another side to Arizona that many non-locals are unaware of. A number of charming small cities […]

Hiking Hotspot: The Teacup Trail in Sedona, Arizona

There are endless trails to choose amongst in breathtaking Sedona, some being quick in-town hikes that can be completed in an hour or so, while others are all day adventures requiring a bit of extra preparation. One thing all Sedona hikes have in common is tremendous views which you will not find anywhere else in the […]

Hiking Hotspot: A Quiet Nature Stroll along Sedona’s Wilson Canyon Trail

Wilson Canyon is one of 5 Sedona hikes beginning near Midgley Bridge off of scenic Oak Creek Canyon drive. Several trails including the easy & short Wilson Canyon trail, the moderately difficult Huckaby and Jim Thompson trails, as well as the strenuous Wilson Mountain North and South trails begin here. By far the easiest of […]

Hiking Sedona’s Oak Creek Canyon: The Spectacular Cookstove Trail

In terms of hiking in Northern Arizona, it doesn’t get much better than a day out exploring the beautiful scenery of Oak Creek Canyon, a unique area of Arizona home to dense green forests and towering multi-hue sandstone formations. A number of hiking trails are available to soak in the views of this incredible area, […]

Hiking Hotspot: Sedona’s Breathtaking Airport Mesa Loop Trail

The Sedona Airport Mesa Loop is one of the area’s scariest & most scenic hiking trails. Not only does this trail offer amazing views of many of Sedona’s most stunning red rock formations along a steep, narrow course, but it also happens to be one of 4 vortex hikes. Vortex sites are areas of enhanced natural energy […]