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Visit Arizona

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The Grand Canyon State is jam packed with elemental enthusiasm, from watching the sun rise over the Sonoran to roadtripping west from Prescott to catch a glimpse of the Colorado River. The only logical component worth questioning is which things to do outdoors in Arizona to tick off your list first.
Whether you and your sweetheart are road tripping through the Grand Canyon State, camping, trekking, or find yourself there by happenstance, there are plenty of places to enjoy daybreak and nightfall.
What outdoor enthusiast doesn’t love a good road trip? A cooler of libations and sammie ingredients. The fresh desert air fanning the pyre of adventure with every passing mile. Harmonic beats of the perfectly compiled playlist painting the backdrop of another epic outdoor adventure across the diverse topography of Arizona.

The Great Outdoors

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Let’s find out what’s so special about this corner of northeastern Arizona as we explore all your possibilities in Page.
With mild climate, scenic vistas, a bonanza of outdoor activities and tons of history, Prescott offers the amenities of a larger city with the down-home comforts of small-town life—whether you’re visiting for a weekend or planning to stay for a lifetime.

Hidden Gems

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From a vibrant arts and culture scene to a plethora of outdoor activities that everyone can enjoy, and a foodie scene that’s out of this world, Tempe has a lot going for it. Whether you’re visiting to explore the nearby Grand Canyon or to stroll the Pueblo Grande Museum, one of the highlights of your trip will undoubtedly be the food.
As opposed to her siblings Phoenix and Scottsdale, nearby Tempe has its own vibe and there’s a freedom to have whatever kind of experience comes your way. A college town home to Arizona State, the city is filled with the unique spots that title entails. Our 24-hour guide barely scratches the surface, but trust us—it will only take a day for you to switch Tempe from a ‘Never Been’ to a ‘Must Return.’


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Scottsdale’s thriving arts and entertainment, vibrant food and drink, and breathtaking desert landscape make it an easy pull for every type of traveler.


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Share on twitter Arizona has three national parks, one that most Americans have heard of—the Grand Canyon—and two lesser-known parks (Petrified Forest and Saguaro). Discover the best hikes in Tucson, here.


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For the snap-happy creatives, content creators, art aficionados or culture vultures, there is so much more to Phoenix than cowboys and canyons … The urban heart of the Southwest gives the photographer the best of all worlds: the opportunity to capture the magical Sonoran Desert light twice a day at golden hour, along with incredible street art, architecture, museums, and a more-than-decent cup of coffee. #phoenix #arizona #passionpassport
For accommodating people with physical disabilities, Phoenix passes with flying colors. From transportation and dining to trails and even a one-of-a-kind fitness center, the nation’s fifth-largest city has it all. #wheelchairtravel #accessibletravel #passionpassport
If you're planning a trip to Phoenix, catching the sunrise is an absolute must. We've rounded up some of the best spots for you to catch the rays first thing in the morning.


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