I’m not a native Arizonan. But in a state of transplants, my nearly 30 years in the Grand Canyon state often make me feel like an old-timer, with the accompanying insight into the vernacular, culture, and natural treasures…. Read More
In my humble opinion, Sedona, Arizona is among the most – if not THE most – beautiful spots in the world. On a recent winter Sunday, I headed there and found temps in the 60s, stunningly blue skies, and of course, the main attraction – gorgeous rocks of red.
Hiking old abandoned railroad beds is a simple pleasure for me. I’m lucky to have several rails-to-trails options nearby, including Prescott, Arizona’s popular Peavine Trail.
Sheer drops on both sides make for a thrilling hike up Angels Landing in Zion National Park. Come prepared for some scary moments and even more spectacular views.
With its iconic rock walls and luminescent water, The Narrows hike in Zion National Park had long been on my must-list. I finally got there in the fall of 2015, and my most yearned-for hike did not disappoint!
In Arizona, there are few combinations that are more enticing than Flagstaff and autumn. Covered with massive stands of aspens, Flagstaff’s San Francisco Peaks literally glow in the fall.
With just two days to explore Yosemite, I needed to be strategic. I ended up taking in almost all of the amazing sights I set out to see, and I learned a few things along the way.