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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
From $222.00
 
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
From $222.00

Most Viewed Sports & Outdoors in Phoenix

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Superstition Wilderness

This is a difficult hike. Plan on a lot of time and an early start. I did this hike in a clockwise direction which really doesn't matter much but I recommend the direction to get that steepest part of...
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Weaver Needle

The Superstition Wilderness Area is about 40 minutes east of Phoenix. It is a beautiful area but very extreme as far as hiking and temperatures in the summer. One of the main features and most popular...
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The hole-in-the-rock hill

The "Hole-in-the-Rock" is a very popular spot for ppl who love climbing, hiking, walking, or taking their kids out there to the Papago Park. These rock formations are accessible (even while carrying a...
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The Arizona Cardinals at Sun Devil Stadium

Next season the Cardinals will be playing at a new, climate controlled stadium, so this tip will no longer be relevant.From the freeway, Sun Devil Stadium looks amazing, like it is built into the side...
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Freedom Trail-Circumference Around Piestewa

This hike is a connector to other trails along the bottom edge of Squaw/Piestewa Mtn. I goes for about 4 miles, but I took the 2 miles at the closest spot near the road. The hike was rather easy, and...
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Shaw Butte Hike in North Mountains

This hike was a bit easier than others. It starts out on a flat trail that continues for maybe 1 1/2 miles before climbing around the butte and traversing through a crevasse between some hills. I went...
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Lookout Mountain Hike

This mountain stands alone as an isolated pinnacle in the North Mountain area. It is close by Piestewa and Stoney Mtns. The hike was not all the far, but the last 200 yards was steep climbing up to...
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Golf at Troon

Troon Golf Course in Scottsdale was a real disappointment. The course is in great shape, but it is boring. The most interesting part of the course are the mansions along the fairways. If you want...
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Phoenix Coyotes

You like hockey, never been to a hockey game? Well if you're in the Phoenix area, and it's hockey season, try to make it to a Phoenix Coyotes game. They're now playing at the new state of the art...
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Bank One Ball Park/ Chase Field now

While in Phoenix we decided to catch a ball game. Too bad the Dodgers werent playing here. We saw the Angels vs the Diamond Backs. At first i wasnt too sure it would be a good idea. it was 117 degrees...
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NASCAR at Phoenix International Raceway

NASCAR now runs twice a year at PIR - a night race in the Spring and the traditional Fall race in November. The track is more or less a flat, one-mile oval, but with a weird dog-leg on the...
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Not all green fees break the bank

In Indian Bend wash which runs through the east side of Scottsdale, are a few golf courses which charge as little as $12 per round. Okay it's not Troon North or the Tournament Players Club, but it is...
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Bank One Ball Park

The stadium seats over 48,000 people and is air-conditioned for comfort. The building has a retractable roof, a natural grass field, and believe it or not a swimming pool in the seating area. It is...
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the outside life

Phoenix is certainly the place to get sporty.There are swimming pools, tennis courts, basketball courts, gyms. many people go to Phoenix on golf holidays.Hiking-there are so many mountains to hikes....
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Top Hotels in Phoenix

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5350 E Marriott Drive, Phoenix, Arizona, 85054, United States
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3333 East University Drive, Phoenix, Arizona, 85034, United States
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5200 East Camelback Road, Phoenix, Arizona, 85018, United States
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5594 West Wild Horse Pass Boulevard, Gila River Community, Chandler, Arizona, 85226, United States
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2400 East Missouri Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona, 85016, United States
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50 East Adams Street, (formerly Crowne Plaza), Phoenix, Arizona, 85004, United States
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Top Things to Do in Phoenix

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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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Phoenix Zoo

The Phoenix ZOO is smallish, but has a number of different 'Encounters' at specific times, such as the Giraffe Encounter and Petting Zoo, as well as a Safari Train, Monkey Village and Yakulla...
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Scottsdale's Art District and Old Town

The town has done a nice job of restoring the downtown to draw people to the large number of shops and places to eat in the old town sector. They have the area split up into sectors. A free trolley...
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Mountains

July 26, 2009 ---- Wow, this place just beside the Phoenix Zoo is just amazing -- it is a big HOLE in the middle of the a little mountain, and you climb up easily, and be up there in just 5 minutes...
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Taliesin West: Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright was a great architect, but the tour of Talieson West was somewhat ho-hum. If you like museums, architecture, and minimalist living then this tour is for you. If you like fast boats,...
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Heard Museum

In this museum you can learn how indian tribes lived many years ago here: in Arizona, Texas, Colorado, Nevvada, New Meico .... It deserves a visit and it takes around 2 hours. The Kachina room is very...
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dshinkle

"Beautiful Phoenix, Arizona!"
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BruceDunning

"VAlley in the Sun"
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"It's a dry heat!"
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