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2 hour Arizona Desert Guided Tour on Teryx UTV
"The guided UTV tour begins approximately 45 minutes north of Phoenix in the Sonoran desert near the Agua Fria River Valley. This area amidst the beautiful Bradshaw Mountains is perfect for off-roading. There are creek crossings and places for wash riding ghost towns and abandoned gold mines as well as gorgeous views of the Arizona landscape. You’ll be accompanied by a certified guide with a vast knowledge of the plant life wildlife history and climate of the area. You can hear stories about the Native Americans who once farmed
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3 hour Arizona Desert Guided Tour by Teryx UTV
"The guided UTV tour begins approximately 45 minutes north of Phoenix in the Sonoran desert near the Agua Fria River Valley. This area amidst the beautiful Bradshaw Mountains is perfect for off-roading. There are creek crossings and places for wash riding ghost towns and abandoned gold mines as well as gorgeous views of the Arizona landscape. You’ll be accompanied by a certified guide with a vast knowledge of the plant life wildlife history and climate of the area. You can hear stories about the Native Americans who once farmed
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3 Hour Arizona Desert Guided Tour by ATV
"The guided ATV tour begins approximately 45 minutes north of Phoenix in the Sonoran desert near the Agua Fria River Valley. This area amidst the beautiful Bradshaw Mountains is perfect for off-roading. There are creek crossings and places for wash riding ghost towns and abandoned gold mines as well as gorgeous views of the Arizona landscape. You’ll be accompanied by a certified guide with a vast knowledge of the plant life wildlife history and climate of the area. You can hear stories about the Native Americans who once farmed
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More Local Customs in Arizona

When driving, many of the...

When driving, many of the stops will have Navajo Indians selling some of their jewelry and clothing they just made. Some beautiful things to look at. Be careful in touristy outlooks not to pay too...
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nuker
Sep 07, 2002

When crossing from California...

When crossing from California into Arizona we were stopped at the border and checked for certain plants that we may be transporting into Arizona.I think they were checking for diseased plants and...
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miner
Sep 02, 2002

There are inspection stations...

There are inspection stations as you enter Arizona from the highways. They are looking for fruits and vegetables and plants. They will confiscate these. They are trying to keep some bugs and stuff out...
wantstocanoe
Aug 26, 2002

If you visit Tucson during...

If you visit Tucson during easter there is a tribe here called the Yaqui Indians that allow the public to come and watch their dances at their reservation right in town. Some of these dances go for...
wantstocanoe
Aug 26, 2002

Saguaro Cacti

It was just very 'western' as one would expect. The area is in the middle of a severe drought so things were quite dry. Nevertheless, it was interesting to drive around and enjoy the different views...
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Bwana_Brown
Aug 26, 2002

Its nice being in a place...

Its nice being in a place where I can use the word 'y'all' again. Short for 'you all' and pronounced yawl; the word can be used as a greeting in most of the south- 'How y'all doin'?', or 'What's up...
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Rude_boy22
Aug 24, 2002
 
 
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The cactus wren

The cactus wren is the official state bird. It grows seven to eight inches long and likes to build nests in the protection of thorny desert plants like the arms of the giant saguaro cactus. These...
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jedd43
Aug 24, 2002

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CAPITAL-Phoenix.POPULATION-4.428.068.NICKNAME-Grand Canyon state.MOTTO-'God Enriches'.SONG-Arizona March Song.BIRD-Cactus Wren.ANIMAL-Ring Tail.FLOWER-Blossom of the Seguaro...
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sabe
Aug 24, 2002

Be respectful of the natural...

Be respectful of the natural surroundings. Posted fines are everywhere for littering and it is enforced. Don't be Dork when it comes to your own waste. If you take it in, you take it all back out with...
seinna
Aug 24, 2002

Fat Tire is good beer

Fat Tire is not widely available, I believe it is only a few western states that carry this Colorado made beer. Luckily Arizona is one of them. It's one our favorites.
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kazander
Apr 21, 2004

Petrified wood

Petrified wood is the official state fossil. Most petrified wood comes from the Petrified Forest in northeastern Arizona. .
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jedd43
Apr 04, 2004

SNOW ON MOUNT LEMON

HEY!! Snow in Arizzona on Mount Lemon. They rent skies in winter.If you speak Spanish you can use it here however nearly everyone speaks English
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Simonneeddy
Oct 19, 2002

I didn't get much time to...

I didn't get much time to spend getting into the local culture, but the people I did meet were very nice! In Scottsdale it seems as though everyone had a shiny new car
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BizzareLove
Aug 26, 2002

We have a large number of...

We have a large number of Indian reservations here in Arizona...The culture is very wonderful if you get a chance to go to a pow wow..Do it..Dont forget your camara!
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Denise66_99
Aug 24, 2002

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100 Highway 64, PO Box 130, Grand Canyon, Arizona, 86023-0130, United States
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7000 North Resort Drive, Tucson, Arizona, 85750, United States
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301 L'Auberge Lane, Sedona, Arizona, 86336, United States
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5350 E Marriott Drive, Phoenix, Arizona, 85054, United States
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1 Main St, South Rim, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, 86023, United States
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2515 East Butler Avenue, Flagstaff, Arizona, 86003, United States
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Top Things to Do in Arizona

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Chapel of the Holy Cross

The Chapel of the Holy Cross was on my "Must See" list for our visit to Sedona, and it did not disappoint. There was quite a long line of cars to get to the parking lot, but once there we were guided...
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Mt. Lemmon

Mount Lemmon is located within the Coronado National Forest covering a vast portion of the National Forest. When you first start traveling to Mount Lemmon, the landscape is so dry and unfriendly until...
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Desert Botanical Garden

As i mentioned this botanical garden was something that was on my bucket list long before i knew I'd ever come to Phoenix. It was on a list of the countries top botanical gardens so I'd wanted to see...
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South Rim

The Abyss is one of the small pull offs, but well worth it. It is where it drops 3,000 feet down. It is from here you can see Tonto Plateau really well. It has some significant hand rails/guards and...
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Sunset Crater National Monument

Sunset Crater National Monument is only 20 miles north of Flagstaff along Route 89. The park offers a glimpse at a volcano that erupted 900 years ago, forcing out molten lava across the high plains of...
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Yuma Territorial Prison Visitor's Center

Long closed as a functional centre of incarceration, this is Yuma Territorial Prison (1875) , not a state prison - Arizona territory did not become a state until 1912, the last of the contiguous 48...
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Basaic

"Beautiful, Historic Arizona"
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madamx

"WALK IN BEAUTY"
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jumpingnorman

"Jumping Around Our Very Own State - ARIZONA!"
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traveldave

"Arizona"
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richiecdisc

"Raising Arizona to New Heights"
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