• Visit Antelope Canyon

    Antelope Canyon’s formation came from years and years of rapid flowing  water wearing away at the sandstone. Mother Nature eventually shaped the smooth edges and formed open slots that make the modern day pathways that we are able to walk through. There are two parts to the canyon — Upper and Lower Antelope Canyon. Lower

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  • Red Rock Jeep Tour

    The canyons, red rocks and expansive land draw in travelers to Arizona because they’re nothing short of natural attractions. With its alluring traits, Sedona has plenty of options for getting outdoors. Get a glimpse of the landscape with Red Rock Western Jeep Tour company. I highly recommend the Soldier Pass Trail tour. It’s the only tour company that

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  • Finding Coal Mine Canyon

    My girlfriend, Carrie Lippert, and I planned to get to Horseshoe Bend for the sunset. We had it all planned out – drink wine, capture the sunset, Instagram. With all good intentions to uphold our travel plans, we tried our best to get there. But it simply wasn’t going to happen. We failed our itinerary.

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  • Don’t Miss Horseshoe Bend

    While it’s neighboring the highly renowned Grand Canyon, many visitors miss out on heading to Horseshoe Bend. It’s a place you may not have heard of because the Grand Canyon always seems to trump. But if you’re looking to do more while you’re in northern Arizona, you should add this to your trip. It is

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  • Grand Canyon Day Hike

    The Grand Canyon is God’s gift of Earth’s natural beauty. Spanning over hundreds of miles, the view is just incredible from anywhere. If you’re visiting the canyon, there are many spots for photo opps that do not require hiking. But if you want to take your adventure to the next level, there are many different trails that

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