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Aqua blue waters of the LIttle Colorado River, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona | Patrick J Endres

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Meteor Crater- Up near to Winslow area, check out the crater and then visit the historic section of Winslow, Arizona!

Meteor Crater- Up near to Winslow area, check out the crater and then visit the historic section of Winslow, Arizona!

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Top Ten Things to do in Sedona, Arizona Hike to Devil’s Bridge: This two-mile round trip will put you on top of the largest stone arch in Sedona.


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Looking for an amazing time in Arizona? Look no further than my Arizona Bucket List!Arizona Bucket List1. Hole in the Rock at Papago Park - Have a picnic, take some pictures, impress your friends!2. Grand Canyon - I didn't learn this until I moved to Arizona, but the Grand Canyon isn't…

Looking for an amazing time in Arizona? Look no further than my Arizona Bucket List!Arizona Bucket List1. Hole in the Rock at Papago Park - Have a picnic, take some pictures, impress your friends!2. Grand Canyon - I didn't learn this until I moved to Arizona, but the Grand Canyon isn't…

*ARIZONA ~ JEROME ARIZONA GHOST TOWN:  Jerome is the largest ghost town in the U.S! In 1876 miners began extracting copper, silver + gold from the area + houses started to be built. By 1920 there were some 15,000 inhabitants in the area + the people of the town were making some considerable money. In 1953 w/the price of copper at rock bottom the last mine closed + the town became deserted.

17 Most Beautiful Places to Visit in Arizona

*ARIZONA ~ JEROME ARIZONA GHOST TOWN: Jerome is the largest ghost town in the U.S! In 1876 miners began extracting copper, silver + gold from the area + houses started to be built. By 1920 there were some 15,000 inhabitants in the area + the people of the town were making some considerable money. In 1953 w/the price of copper at rock bottom the last mine closed + the town became deserted.

Antelope Canyon, Arizona- After you squeeze into the canyon you're met with a metal ladder to help you get to the bottom. Before the ladder was installed travelers had to rappel to the bottom, and there wouldn't be any way to get out of the canyon at the opposite end without a ladder. Photo by Travis Burke.

Visit stunning Antelope Canyon

Antelope Canyon, Arizona- After you squeeze into the canyon you're met with a metal ladder to help you get to the bottom. Before the ladder was installed travelers had to rappel to the bottom, and there wouldn't be any way to get out of the canyon at the opposite end without a ladder. Photo by Travis Burke.

Devil's Bridge - Sedona, Arizona...reminds me of the one in Narnia...only without snow

Devil's Bridge - Sedona, Arizona...reminds me of the one in Narnia...only without snow

This entry is part 2 of 5 in the series Southwest National Parks Share Tweet + 1 Mail 6871 N. Highway 89A Sedona, Arizona ...

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