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The 7 Best Slot Canyons in Arizona That Will Blow Your Mind

You’ve probably seen photos of magnificent sandstone walls and deep crevices that seem to never end in the Southwest United States. This area of the country is famous for its unique landforms carved over millions of years by water and erosion. And Arizona happens to have some amazing slot canyons that you can hike through. …

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The Best Sedona Vortex Hikes for Experiencing Red Rock Energy

There’s something about the Sedona area that feels different from anywhere else. Some say it’s the red rocks dotting the landscape, while others claim it’s the powerful vortex energy present in the region. No matter what you believe, there’s no denying that hikes in the Sedona vortex are an experience like no other. If you’re …

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How Many National Parks Are in Arizona?

Arizona national parks are iconic landmarks of history and beauty. The Grand Canyon is world-renowned for its expansive vistas, with the Colorado River carving its way through it far below. Petrified Forest National Park offers glimpses into what the land looked like millions of years ago before the trees became stone through the ages. And …

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7 Easy Hikes in Sedona With Big Payoffs

Arizona, specifically Sedona, is well-known for its beautiful red cliffs and canyons. Along with great scenery, there are some amazing hikes to conquer. You may think you need hours of time and advanced skills to snag those great views and memorable experiences, but that just isn’t the case. If you want a more technical hike, …

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Avoid These Arizona Insects When Camping and Hiking

You have insects, and then you have Arizona insects. What’s the difference, you ask? Just the fact that Arizona has 50 species of scorpions is enough to make your skin crawl. Additionally, the state has over 600 other insects.  Fortunately, many aren’t poisonous enough to kill, and those that are, are pretty rare. Either way, …

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How to Plan an Epic RV Trip to the Grand Canyon

If you’ve never ventured to northern Arizona, it’s definitely time to schedule an RV trip to the Grand Canyon. This massive 277-mile long ravine will draw you in with fascinating sunsets over colorful mesas and canyon walls. Like the Colorado River carves its way into the earth, so too will your memories of the Grand Canyon …

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Lake Havasu, Take 2: Fireworks, Oatman & Sara’s Crack

Travel Stage: After Sedona, before San Diego areaDate Range: February 17 – 24, 2017Summary:  We leave Sedona and head back to Lake Havasu, with an overnight in Williams to hang out with some RVer friends. While in Lake Havasu the second time, we see the big fireworks show, visit Oatman and its famous burros, and …

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Sedona, Meteor Crater, Petrified Forest, and more!

Travel Stage: After Quartzite and Lake Havasu (take 1), before going back to Lake Havasu and SoCalDate Range: February 4 – 17, 2017Summary:  We pick up some friends who flew out to Phoenix from our homestate of Michigan and head to Sedona! After a quick overnight at Lake Pleasant, our friends Tyler & Jen and …

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Quartzsite, AZ – Xscapers RV Convergence

Travel Stage: After Palm Springs CA, before Lake Havasu and SedonaDate Range: January 13-27, 2017Summary:  We have an amazing, whirlwind, everyone-got-sick, made-lots-of-friends, energizing, inspiring, exhausting time at the Xscapers RV Convergence in Quartzsite, Arizona!​ ​We arrived in Quartzsite on a beautiful sunny day! The Xscapers group had chosen to set up camp near Dome Rock …

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