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BIRDING in Southern Arizona: SIERRA VISTA is the HUMMINGBIRD CAPITAL of the US!
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Natural Wonders to Historic Highways
Vast canyons. Towering sandstone spires. Untouched forests. From the Grand Canyon and Monument Valley to the White Mountains – featuring the charming towns of Pinetop-Lakeside and Show Low, Northern Arizona dazzles at every turn – and offers countless ways to excite your spirit and indulge your soul. So grab your sense of adventure – and some good hiking boots or skis – and head out for one of these top destinations:
Most Popular Destinations
Nestled more than a mile high amid ponderosa pine forests, Flagstaff is a laid-back mountain town with an outdoorsy vibe and plenty of charm. The famed “Mother Road” Route 66 – winds through its old-fashioned downtown, featuring streets lined with classic diners and historic hotels, while the stunning San Francisco Peaks rise in the background, offering year-round recreation. Learn more about Flagstaff, Arizona >>
- Grand Canyon
One of nature’s most captivating creations, the Grand Canyon forms a colorful chasm more than a mile deep and 277 miles long. Featuring endless scenic vistas, rugged campsites and remote hiking trails, the Grand Canyon is more than a beautiful sight; it’s a destination that will leave you awestruck – and entertained – for days. Learn more about Grand Canyon vacations >>
- Monument Valley
Tranquil and secluded, Monument Valley – located on the Arizona-Utah border – is a testament to nature’s immense power. Sandstone pinnacles, arches and mesas in rich red and orange hues rise out of a barren, sandy landscape, creating postcard-ready panoramas at every turn. Learn more about Monument Valley, Arizona >>
On a picturesque mesa overlooking Lake Powell, Page, Arizona stands sentry to the sprawling Glen Canyon National Recreation Area – a playground for boaters, campers and nature-lovers that encompasses more than 1.2 million acres. Within the town of Page you’ll also find plenty of activities and charming hotels. Learn more about visiting Page, Arizona >>
The “Gateway to the Grand Canyon,” Williams, Arizona is perched at the end of the century-old Grand Canyon Railway line, which makes daily trips to the park’s South Rim. But Williams is also a destination in its own right, offering a hearty dose of Americana along a downtown dominated by old Route 66. Learn more about visiting Williams, Arizona >>