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In many ways, the beauty of Arizona is embodied by its most famous natural landmark, the Grand Canyon. Like the Grand Canyon, Arizona is vast and ancient, a panorama of stunning color and fascinating geology, with a history defined by American Indians and larger-than-life adventurers.
But there is so much more to the Grand Canyon State than the Grand Canyon itself.
To start with, there are 21 other national parks and monuments in Arizona. There are also 22 sovereign American Indian communities, 45 national historic landmarks, a UNESCO World City of Gastronomy and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Arizona is a place where it’s easy to combine outdoor exploration and urban culture. Experienced adventure companies and outfitters can escort groups to some of Arizona’s most beautiful places—from Jeep tours in Sedona to float trips on the Colorado River to horseback treks in Monument Valley. Such photogenic endeavors can be seamlessly augmented by museum visits and memorable meals in the cosmopolitan centers of Phoenix, Scottsdale and Tucson.
Arizona also caters to lovers of wine, golf, astronomy, Old West history, professional sports, luxury spas and shopping. Aficionados of the latter can peruse fashion centers, designer outlets, art galleries and vintage boutiques.
So, sure, the Grand Canyon—one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World—is something no visitor to Arizona should miss. But it’s far from the only thing that makes Arizona grand. Start planning your unreal Arizona getaway.
The center of the state is also the center of, well, everything. Mixing urban excitement with a relaxed sensibility, the Phoenix Metro area is home to world-class golfing, lively downtowns and plenty of outdoor adventure with multiple hiking and biking trails right in the city.
A region of ups and downs: from the floor of the Grand Canyon to the top of Humphreys Peak, the state’s highest mountain. Laid-back Flagstaff is a favorite for skiing, find skyscrapers of earth in Monument Valley, and splash into Lake Powell.
The region’s offerings make it hard to leave. Explore Tucson’s thriving downtown and world-class golf, Bisbee’s one-of-a-kind art and copper mines, discover Arizona’s wine country and watch out for Old West outlaws in Tombstone.
10 stadiums. 15 MLB teams. 75-degree temperatures. Follow your favorite baseball teams to Arizona for Cactus League Spring Training and catch all the big-league action you can handle. While you’re here, spend some time playing the Arizona outfield with incredible dining, shopping, and outdoor activities.
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