Truck Campers Traveling in Arizona

Grand Canyon – North & South Rim

One of America’s most iconic landscapes, the Grand Canyon, is enormous in size, colors, and erosional forms decorate the 277 river miles long, up to 18 miles wide, and a mile deep.

Grand Canyon

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Desert View vista looking beyond a foreground ridge line towards the Colorado River which is on the edge of a thunderstorm in the distanceColorado River as seen from Desert View Point

Hikers descending South Kaibab Trail  Hikers on South Kaibab Trail

Trail Courtesy Practices That Leave No Trace
With so many participating in a wide range of trail activities, it really helps wher2r-group_0222n we are considerate of each other. Trail Courtesy Guidelines help protect Grand Canyon’s plants, animals, and history and enhance everyone’s experience.

Visiting Grand Canyon with your pet? Things you should know…

Bottled water – in individual disposable containers – is no longer sold in the park.
Learn why

Petrified Forest National Park

The park offers a variety of off-trail and backcountry hiking among the remnants of a prehistoric forest of colorful specimens from small shards to massive trunks.

As the forest died or was knocked down by wind or water, many trees were carried downstream and buried by layers of sediment. The logs soaked up groundwater and silica from volcanic ash and, over time, crystallized into quartz.

Walnut Creek National Monument – Ancient Cliff Dwellings

In the densely wooded plateau country about 10 miles southeast of downtown Flagstaff, Arizona, there is a carved 600-foot-deep canyon. During the 12th to 13th centuries, cliff-dwelling Sinagua Indians constructed alcoves along the steep well-protected ledges in the sandstone.













An easy walking 0.9 mi long loop trail descends 185 feet into the canyon passing 25 cliff dwelling rooms, around a small butte before returning to the visitor center.



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