Arizona Breakfast Weekend
Brit Floyd – Space & Time World Tour 2015
Christmas Cabin Guild Craft Show
Superstition Mountains Backpacking Adventure only $395
Enjoy this exciting all-inclusive backpacking trip. Guides will lead you on a multi-day adventure where we do the cooking and camp-set allowing you to enjoy the scenery and solitude of the wilderness.
Grand Canyon with Sedona and Navajo Reservation One-Day Van Tour
Visit the Grand Canyon with stops at spectacular viewpoints. Enjoy the Red Rocks of Sedona. See the Navajo Reservation. Price ranges from $64.00 to $128.00.
Skiing & Snow Sports
Who says there’s no snow in Arizona? While the Grand Canyon state is known for its deserts, Arizona is also home to countless snow-capped peaks, as well as developed ski areas for downhill skiers and snowboarders and natural areas perfect for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.
Downhill Skiing & Snowboarding
There are many places in Arizona where you can downhill ski and snowboard on challenging, beautiful mountain slopes – and enjoy crisp, sunny weather throughout the season. With ski resorts in Northern Arizona, Southern Arizona and North Central Arizona, a snowy getaway may be closer than you think.
Located on the San Francisco Peaks in northern Arizona, the Arizona Snowbowl is the state’s most popular ski destination. With over 32 runs of varied difficulty, the Snowbowl is ideal for families and ski pros alike.
Sunrise Ski Resort
Tucked away in the charming mountain town of Greer in north central Arizona, Sunrise Ski Resort features three mountains and 65 runs. There is also a separate snowboarding area, cross-country ski trails and a special childrens's "ski-wee" area.
Mt. Lemmon Ski Valley
Near sunny Tucson in southern Arizona, Mt. Lemmon Ski Valley features 21 ski trails for hours of family fun. With a tasty indoor restaurant and casual patio café, Mt. Lemmon Ski Valley promises a day full of excitement.
If your skills are more bunny hill than black diamond, don’t worry. Most Arizona ski resorts also offer lessons, and equipment rentals are available at multiple locations throughout the state.
Cross-Country Skiing and Snowshoeing
Enjoy the slow pace and untouched scenery of an Arizona cross-country skiing or snowshoeing trip. Many of the state’s best areas for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing are located in North Central Arizona, specifically the Flagstaff Nordic Center, with meandering trails and picturesque landscapes stretching for miles.
Lieutenant John A. Rucker, was a professional cavalry officer serving with the United States Army in Arizona Territory during the Indian campaigns of the 1870's. He was stationed at Camp Supply in 1878 when a drowning incident occurred in White River C
On the National Register of Historic Places, Colossal Cave Mountain Park is a 2,400-acre desert park. The Park showcases Colossal Cave and La Posta Quemada Ranch, a 128-year-old working ranch.
Colossal Cave was officially "discovered" in 1879,<
In the heart of Arizona's White Mountains in the charming town of Greer, Sunrise Park Resort is a snow paradise offering 65 runs througout 3 mountains, a separate snowboard area, cross-country ski trails and a ski area specifically for children.
Mt. Lemmon Ski Valley is located in Mt. Lemmon, Arizona, with 21 ski trails served by three lifts. Mt. Lemmon is located about an hour from Tucson and is typically open from December until mid-April.
Located on the majestic San Francisco Peaks, the Arizona Snowbowl lies 14 miles outside of Flagstaff, 2 hours from Phoenix, and 70 miles from the Grand Canyon. The resort opened in 1938 and operates from 9 AM to 4 PM daily.
Elk Ridge Ski Area is a family oriented ski, snowboard and tubing recreation area. Nestled at the southwestern entrance to the Grand Canyon, Elk Ridge offers spectacular views. From Elk Ridge, you are minutes away from the city of Williams, Arizona.
Tucked into the San Francisco Peaks 60 miles south of the Grand Canyon and about 15 miles from downtown Flagstaff, this cross-country ski center has a full 40km of trails that wind through some of the largest Ponderosa pine stands in the state.
Camping, RV Park, motel, restaurant, pool, bar, rodeo, airstrip, mini-mart, 5200' elevation, so cooler than most of Arizona. 800 acres, hiking, old but very nice, on route 66, very quiet.
Colorado River and mountain views. Open all year. Paved access roads.
SkyVenture Arizona is a state-of-the-art skydiving wind tunnel, located in Eloy, Arizona, halfway between Phoenix and Tucson. Designed for everyone, the facility completely immerses visitors in the world of high-adventure skydiving without ever having<
The trail's primary users are hikers, equestrians and mountain bicyclists (outside of wilderness or other specially managed areas).
Experience the vacation adventure of a lifetime on a Grand Canyon Colorado River rafting trip. Since 1970 Arizona River Runners has provided complete Grand Canyon white water rafting trips.
The Grand Canyon Lodge - North Rim, is the only lodging inside the National Park on the North Rim. Located at Bright Angel Point, the Lodge was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1987. Here you can enjoy the quiet serenity of the North Rim while<
Rainbow Ryders offers balloon rides every morning at sunrise year-round, weather permitting. Sunset balloon flights are offered during the winter months.
Let us put you on the water at Tempe Town Lake…the perfect escape. Tempe Town Lake Boat Rentals offers a variety of watercraft to choose from such as;
Enjoy the thrill of hot air balloon flight over the beautiful Sonoran Desert, complete with sit-down gourmet breakfast! You can meet us at our launch site or we can arrange for pick-up at many of Phoenix area resorts.
We bring the universe to you! View the wonders of the universe through large telescropes. Stargazing tours throughout Arizona.
Travel on the Sunset Limited between Los Angeles and New Orleans. Stops in Phoenix and Tucson. Enjoy the journey!
Experience the beauty, with Navajo guides, of spectacular Antelope Canyon. Mother Nature's work of art will leave you in awe.
Captain your own luxury houseboat or watercraft rental and soak up the solitude, discover Rainbow Bridge or play on the lake.
World-class Grand Canyon whitewater river-rafting adventures -- motorized and rowing. Three to 14 days. Ages 8-87! All Inclusive.
There is plenty to do on the beautiful Eastern Arizona reservation, Salt River rafting, fishing, camping, hiking, skiing, elk hunting or gaming.
Launch at the base of Hoover Dam aboard a smooth-water raft and float 12 miles downriver with a knowledgeable tour guide.
We offer a bar and grill, store, gas dock. Excellent drying camping; RV hookups with full service boat shop and launch ramps. Fishing, kayaking, jeeping!
Close access to Hoover Dam, Emerald Cave and secluded hot springs. Enjoy scenery and wildlife viewing by kayak, canoe or boat.
Bumble Bee Ranch is an adventurous dude ranch that caters to the young and young-at-heart. If you love horses, this is it.
Colorado River Discovery offers spectacular rafting trips on the mighty Colorado River. Trips depart from Page, Arizona, March 1 - November 30, 2011.
The most fun in Sedona! Renta a Tomcar or ATV for a self-guided tour of the Red Rock Country. For a good time, call...
The Hualapai Reservation area offers hunting, fishing, hiking and camping facilities. The hunting expeditions are world renown. Access into the Grand Canyon by car and tours to the western rim of the Grand Canyon and rivers rafting on the Colorado Rive
Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter is an exceptional science learning facility located at Steward Observatory's "sky island" observing site just north of Tucson, Arizona. The SkyCenter builds upon the uniqueness of the 9157 feet summit of Mt. Lemmon and on the ex
Experience the beauty of Arizona from horseback. Cowboy Way Adventures offers guided horseback trail rides in historic Wickenburg Arizona.
Taking its name from one of the longest living trees in the Arizona desert, the 129,000-acre Ironwood Forest National Monument is a true Sonoran Desert showcase.
Lake Powell Boat Rentals is the premier provider of luxury inboard competition dual purpose wakeboard boats - water ski boat rentals, guided chartered tours, and water sports lessons at Lake Powell.
With eighteen beautiful boating lakes in Arizona renting one of our boats is perfect for any water sport vacation.
Colorado River rafting through the Grand Canyon gives both guides and customers a chance to experience the true spirit of the Canyon, gain a new perspective on life, and connect with many others who appreciate this unique outdoor experience.
Offering Lake Havasu Boat Rentals and jet ski rental for your houseboating vacation at Lake Havasu City, AZ.
Set adjacent to Tempe's Mill Avenue District, Arizona State University and the 2,000 acre Papago Park, Tempe Town Lake embodies a unique vision for the future of the Valley. Town Lake is a regional and national destination, welcoming millions each year
Experience Arizona Adventure Tours Created Just for You! Arizona adventure tours by 360 Adventures takes the worry out of exploring so you can focus on having fun.
Speed Street Indoor Racetrack offers its guests an impressive over 1/3-mile technical road course.
Arizona Hot Air Balloons serving the Phoenix Metropolitan Area including Scottsdale, Tempe, Mesa, Chandler, Gilbert, Anthem, Cave Creek, Carefree, Apache Junction for over 10 years. Also, Sedona and the high country in the northern part of the st
Your pilot will provide you with whatever type of flight you wish whether it's a mellow soaring ride along the majestic Sierra Estrella Mountains or a wild and thrilling aerobatic ride.
The seasoned guides at Hike In Tucson lead groups of inquisitive hikers through safe and informative treks through the Sonoran Desert for a unique adventure.
Without hikes, humans would never know the joy of sunlight on skin, the caress of a breeze on the cheek, or the emotional power of audible coyote poetry.
The Boardhub - Wakeboarding Lessons
Discover this historic five-story Native American dwelling carved out of an ancient limestone cliff with twenty rooms. Begun during the twelfth century, it took about three centuries to complete.
This limestone sink was a water source for the Sinagua and Hohokam people who lived and farmed in this area thousands of years ago. Traces of their ancient irrigation ditches may be seen in the picnic area.