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Tonto Natural Bridge is believed to be the largest natural travertine bridge in the world.
Only two hours from Phoenix, Woods Canyon Lake Recreation area is in the middle of an outdoorsman’s paradise!
There are 13 different types of rattlesnakes slithering throughout Arizona, so it’s important for everyone to know what to do when crossing paths with a snake.
East of Mesa lies the Superstition Mountains, also known as the “The Superstitions.” The Superstition Mountain is the anchor to a beautiful, historically rich wilderness area with wide variety of trails to offer hikers with varying levels of difficulty.
Camelback Mountain is a world-famous icon that defines the northeast horizon of Phoenix. Camelback Mountain takes the shape of a gigantic camel that gently lays and touches the borders of Phoenix, Scottsdale and Paradise Valley. At its base is a blend of luxury homes, resorts and golf courses. For those who […]
The Piestewa Peak Summit Trail is is a heavily trafficked out and back trail located in Phoenix with an elevation gain of a little over 1,200 feet.
Tom’s Thumb is one of the best hikes in Scottsdale and a favorite amongst residents. Before heading out to Tom’s Thumb, it’s very important to know that there is absolutely no water at the trailhead, so be sure to bring enough with you for your hike. Dogs are allowed, but […]
Last time we checked in on the Mayor of Pinnacle Peak, we found him on the trail catching up with some of North Scottsdale’s local hikers. This past Saturday, the Mayor of Pinnacle Peak was checking in on the smart phone app Swarm for the 1000th time! The […]
Last time we checked in on the Mayor of Pinnacle Peak, we found him on the trail (pictured) catching up with some of North Scottsdale’s hikers that were visiting to cheer on North Carolina at the Final Four in Glendale as they hung with local North Carolina Legend and NBA […]