Whether you’re hiking through Northern Arizona or road tripping around the southern regions of the state, there are a number of picturesque spots to visit and immerse yourself in the beauty of autumn. Here’s where to see fall leaves in Arizona.
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We all know the song “(Get Your Kicks on) Route 66.” Williams, which is 40 minutes west of Flagstaff and among the most well-preserved stretches of the iconic national highway, has kicks aplenty to fill a long weekend, especially if a lover of nature and wildlife.
Last week, in honor of California Wine Month, we shared a curated list of vino-focused bucket list experiences across the Golden State. Today, we share part two of this deep dive into the wow moments, exploring even more of the epicurean adventures as well as the venues that put viticulture on the map in this country.
Did you know that September is California Wine Month in the United States? In honor of all things red, white and rosé ramping up at our sister state as its nearly 5,000 wineries begin harvest season, we wanted to share some extra-special experiences one can indulge in while in various California wine regions.
While the triple-digit temperatures in the Valley prevent it from feeling like fall, Great Wolf Lodge Scottsdale is putting us in the Halloween state of mind. On Oct. 1, the resort kicks off its month-long Howl-O-Ween celebration, with ghostly crafts, dance parties and, of course, trick-or-treating.
More than 120 wineries and tasting rooms can be found throughout the state, many of which are crafting award-winning reds, whites and rosés in picture-perfect settings. Here are 11 Arizona wineries and tasting rooms for making a day of sipping, savoring and swirling this fall.
Did you know that Arizona is home to more than 800 native bird, reptile and mammal species, ranking us among the top five states in the nation as a place for wildlife viewing opportunities? In honor of National Wildlife Day on Sept. 4, Arizona Office of Tourism is sharing a few of Arizona’s animal-inspired attractions and experiences.
XO, private aviation provider, has partnered with Andaz Scottsdale Resort and Bungalows to offer its members exclusive benefits and amenities during their Scottsdale stay (think dedicated VIP concierge, room upgrade and much more).
The Village of Oak Creek is just south of Sedona, about 90 minutes from the Valley via car. It is often considered “the start” of Sedona when driving in from the Valley because it marks the some of the most picturesque hiking and mountain bike trails in the region.
Jerome is a thriving arts and tourist community with dozens of restored historic buildings, specialty stores, galleries and restaurants. Here are some “musts” when making a weekend trip up.